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We're almost at Halloween now, which means November is just around the corner ... and with November comes the fun of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and holiday shopping! Lest you think we're getting ahead of ourselves, know that we — and you — don't have to wait until after Turkey Day to start taking advantage of the biggest sales of the season. Walmart has already begun dropping massive deals across every category to whet everyone's appetites for festive-season savings. We're talking bestsellers like a Vizio smart TV for over $70 off, a highly rated pair of Bluetooth headphones for 80% off, and the perfect sweatshirt to wear with leggings for just $10. The list goes on and on, and we have all the best picks here for you to cross off your list and add to your cart.
Keep on scrolling for the best savings at Walmart this weekend!
We're all guilty of letting the dust bunnies pile up from time to time, especially when we're too lazy to lug that heavy vacuum around. Well, it's time to revolutionize your cleaning experience. Right now the Shark Navigator Lift-Away XL Upright Vacuum is just $97 at Walmart — more than $100 off — and it's just what you need to make your chores less ... chore-ish. The Navigator is très lightweight, so you can take it with you from room to room without it feeling like a workout session. Oh, and when you have to get into those hard-to-reach spaces like stairs, furniture and your car, the lift-away detachable pod will allow you to make them spick-and-span lickety-split. Based on what five-star reviewers are saying, it'll be the best $97 you've ever spent: "We have four dogs and three cats in our home, so it can be a challenge to keep up with the shedding," shared one reviewer. "We recently tried the Shark Navigator XL vacuum, and I am very impressed. This thing managed to suck up all kinds of dirt and hair my other vacuum left behind! The filter also seems to work better on this vacuum, as I find myself not needing to dust as much."
All those summer blockbusters you missed? They'll be coming to a streamer near you any day now, and you'll want to be ready with a multiplex-worthy TV. You won't do better than this shiny 50-inch set from Vizio — and this $248 sale price is absurd. Its vibrant 4K picture quality will make it feel like you’re living out each scene in real time. It also includes Dolby Vision HDR, which boasts incredible brightness. In addition to its crisp, clear display, this comes with the brand’s SmartCast, which streams thousands of movies and shows. “Great product. I’ve always loved Vizio, and this TV most certainly did not disappoint! Amazing picture, works great with the soundbar, and gaming on it is insane,” reported a happy user.
Hit mute on the outside world and press play on exactly what you want to hear with the Vilinice Noise-Cancelling Headphones — a Walmart bestseller, for good reason. This pair will completely transport you into your favorite audiobooks, music and podcasts, thanks to their sound-enhancing technology. Plus they have memory foam padding that keeps your ears comfy for hours. Have we mentioned they're almost 80% off? "Use them every day!" reported a thrilled shopper. "I'm autistic, and being in the world can be too loud and overwhelming. These headphones, even without music playing, muffled the extra noise."
As the temps outside begin to drop, the best place in the world is curled up in a toasty, cozy space. Whether you've decamped to the couch or stayed snuggled in bed, the 50-by-60-inch Maxkare Electric Heated Blanket will swaddle you in warmth and comfort (and potentially help you save big on your heating bill). It offers low, medium and high temp levels and is currently on sale for just $32 (60% off!). The reversible design features one fluffy flannel side and one that's velvety smooth to the touch. "I absolutely love this heated blanket," wrote a Walmart shopper. "It’s so soft and gets super warm and stays on for five hours. My cat and dogs love it too, so I bought two more for the living room for all to share."
High-quality nonstick granite coating make this Carote Cookware Set a great option for whipping up any meal your heart desires. These pans are compatible with all types of stoves, even induction models, and the detachable handle makes it super easy to store them in any cabinet. Their smooth, rivet-less interior is also much easier to clean than your average pot or pan, and with no PFOS or PFOA in the construction, there are no toxic substances in their raw materials — just high-quality cooking goodness. More than 2,700 five-star Walmart shoppers adore this Carote cookware set too. "It's absolutely perfect! I love it so much!!!" exclaimed one happy home cook. "It doesn't stick and I can change the handle to any pans or pot I want, and if I don't want to use the handle I don't have to put it on! It definitely makes my cooking a lot more easier and fun."
Your leggings have met their new best friend in this Time and Tru High Low Pullover Sweatshirt, which you can score now for just $10 in a variety of sizes and eye-catching colors! Designed with a relaxed fit and a classic crew neck, this super-soft cotton-blend knit sweatshirt has a high-low hem perfect for covering up what needs to be covered. There are also airy side vents for supreme comfort and ease, making it a great option to wear with jeans, leggings and joggers. "Best top!" raved one Walmart wearer. "Very comfortable. Fits to size. I bought every color. Love!" At this price, you can bring home every color too!
Brushing your teeth is, of course, essential to your oral health. If your current brush isn’t cutting it, grab the bestselling Fairywill Electric Toothbrush, on sale for just $19, which delivers up to 40,000 plaque-slaying strokes per minute. Its sonic technology helps to lift stains and food particles more effectively than a manual model. It’s also rechargeable, so you’ll never have to go a day without it. “My teeth never felt cleaner!” raved a shopper with pearly whites. “I feel like I’m getting my teeth professionally cleaned.”
If the kiddos in your life are interested in STEM, you can encourage their expanding minds with this magnetic building tiles set from Bmag! These hands-on building tiles help jump-start children's imaginations and creativity, along with assisting the development of design, social and thinking skills. These blocks can be assembled into pretty much anything they can dream up — cars, bridges, castles, houses, planes and so, so much more. They're made of premium plastic to conform to all U.S. safety standards, and the rounded corners of each piece are perfect for little hands (though they shouldn't be given to kids under 3 years old). "My kids love these, myself included," shared one satisfied parent. "They are fun to build with and sturdy. My kids are rough with toys, and these are holding up well. My girls like designing homes for their LOL Dolls. Definitely going to buy more shapes for our collection."
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An adult man once hailed as a child prodigy in China has decided to depend on his parents and live his entire life without a regular job. Rise of the “prodigy”: Born in 1995, Zhang Xinyang first gained acclaim as the “little prodigy” when he was 2.5 years old for being able to read over 2,000 Chinese characters. At age 5, Zhang was enrolled in a primary school but was bumped to second grade in less than a month.
The Japanese man who made headlines throughout the year for chronicling his journey as a “dog” has apparently flunked an agility course. What happened: The man, known to his followers as Toco, posted a series of photos on Instagram this week showing what appeared to be moments of failure in a Crufts-style agility course. About Toco: Toco rose to fame in 2022 after commissioning Zeppet, a Japanese model and sculpture company, to create a hyperrealistic rough collie costume for 2 million yen (around $16,000 at the time).
The Russian missile ship the Askold, which was destroyed on Nov. 4 after a Ukrainian missile struck the shipyard in Kerch, on the east coast of the occupied Crimean peninsula, will not be repaired, a Telegram news channel has claimed.
A woman in China received an unexpected 430,000-yuan (approximately $60,300) restaurant bill after she inadvertently shared the ordering code online, leading others to place food orders using it. What happened: The woman, surnamed Wang, mistakenly posted her table’s ordering QR code on her WeChat page while intending to share food photos of the hotpot restaurant she visited with her friend on Nov. 23, according to South China Morning Post. Despite limiting the post’s visibility to only her contacts, many people had scanned the code and placed fake orders, later resulting in the $60,300 bill for 1,850 portions of fresh duck blood, 2,580 portions of squid and 9,990 portions of shrimp paste.
So much for Pep Guardiola’s insistence at the start of the season that Manchester City are heading to their fourth successive title. After a comprehensive defeat by a magnificent Aston Villa, his side have slumped to fourth place in the table, six points behind the leaders Arsenal. Here’s how much they are drifting off the pace: Manchester United – a side who have spent much of the season serving up fodder for comedy writers – are now only three points behind them.
Yang Guang's rise from a village farmer to an Audi-driving businessman with two properties hinged largely on one of the most coveted documents in China: an urban hukou, or residency permit. The 45-year-old who lives in the central city of Zhengzhou likens the permit - which typically ties a person's access to health, education, loans and other services to their birthplace - to a "cattle ear-tag the state clipped us with". When Zhengzhou in the early 2000s temporarily allowed those who bought an apartment to also qualify for a city hukou, Yang seized the opportunity, allowing him to register a business and open stores across Henan province's capital, transforming his fortunes.