The chocolates have been eaten, the roses are wilting and Walmart's Valentine's Day deals have now evolved into President's Day deals. We're still seeing a handful of solid discounts on products that are at or near their Black Friday prices. And since we first posted this article, Walmart has further lowered the price of two featured items. We've updated the pricing accordingly below.
Below are the five best deals from a sale that truly runs the gamut. There are a few big TVs, a pair of slightly older iPhones, a Wi-Fi system and a gaming laptop. Have at it.
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The 65-inch TCL 4-series is already sold out, but Walmart has marked down a similar 58-inch Sharp model. We haven't reviewed it, but we love the simple interface and extensive streaming app support of the Roku smart TV operating system that powers both TVs. Read the CNET review.
Apple stopped selling the iPhone 6S in September, but Walmart has the 32GB edition for $199 -- with a prepaid plan from Straight Talk or Total Wireless. That's $250 less than the least expensive model in Apple's current lineup, the iPhone 7. And the iPhone 6S (and 6S Plus) have one great distinction: they're the last iPhones to have a built-in headphone jack. Read the CNET review.
Similar deal here with the iPhone 6S Plus, now selling for $100 off with a prepaid plan from Straight Talk or Total Wireless. Read the CNET review.
MSI's lightweight and attractive GF63 usually starts at $999. But Walmart has discounted a higher-end configuration by $300 -- you get an eighth-gen Core i7 CPU, 256GB SSD and a 1TB hard drive. The Nvidia graphics card isn't the newest version, but the overall package delivers solid value for anyone playing, say, Fortnite or Apex Legends. Read the CNET preview.
Hands-down, this is the best Wi-Fi system on the market. Easy to use, a breeze to set up, Google Wifi delivers wide coverage and fast speed. It was cheap before this discount -- at $100, it's a no-brainer. The smarter play for anyone with a decent-sized house, though, is to get the 3-pack for $249. (It's widely available elsewhere, including Amazon, at the same price.) Read the CNET review.
Originally published on Feb. 12.
Update, Feb. 15: Confirmed that all deals are still active.
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