I’ve found toys up to 50% off at Walmart – the end cap can help find the perfect gift

A DEALS expert has revealed there are a number of toys up to 50 percent off at your local Walmart this holiday season.

Oftentimes the location can get you bargains, such as in the end cap of an aisle.

This dinosaur toy was more than 50 percent off at Walmart


This dinosaur toy was more than 50 percent off at WalmartCredit: superunsexy/TikTok

TikTok user SuperUnsexy, also known as Sean, has 170,000 followers who know him for his content on Walmart deals and trade secrets.

He recently took to the platform to share some Offers You won’t want to miss it anymore.

You get 50 percent off the toy you buy at Walmart and it’s a lifesaver for Christmas gift shopping.

Entering his local Walmart store, Sean spotted some toys that had just gone on sale even though Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday are over and many would stop looking.

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He found the toys at the end of the aisle, also known as the end cap.

That included some monster truck toys, which went down from $30 to $15, $50 to $25, and $60 to $29.

These are 50 percent discount offers that parents should not miss if they are looking for the perfect Christmas present for their child this year.

If trucks are less your thing (or your kid), there were also giant dinosaur toys that originally cost $70 for only $25.

How to find deals at Walmart

Even if it’s not a big savings period like Black Friday or Cyber ​​Monday, Walmart will sell items at extremely low prices.

You just have to pay close attention to the labels and look at the items that are placed in less busy areas of the store.

However, it is very common for Walmart clearance items to be untagged.

To get around this, consider using the “Check Price” feature in Walmart’s app.

This often shows that a product has a much lower retail price than what is advertised on the label.

Some of these secret clearance deals are up to 95 percent cheaper, with prices dropping to just pennies.

It’s important to note that most of Walmart’s big clearance savings happen in the first few days of each month, so that’s when you should be on the lookout for these deals the most.

In December and July in particular, toys are expected to achieve record deals with a 75 percent discount.

And after the holidays, you’re guaranteed to find seasonal items like Christmas decorations and lights at discounts of up to 90%. So this is the perfect time to snag some new decorations for next year.

Other ways to save money

Especially when shopping for groceries, you get lower prices if you buy items just before their sell-by date.

If it’s something you can easily freeze, like meat, stock up now.

You can also save money by using cashback programs like Ibotta and Rakuten, which give you cashback refunds on many of the products sold at your local Walmart.

You can also match the price of items in store to the price online by showing your cashier the product listing on your phone.

Choosing grocery pickup or delivery also means you’re less likely to go over budget because there are fewer temptations to distract you from your grocery list.

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Another Walmart superfan has revealed how he found a $149 toy that was reduced to just $17.

The Sun also reported on recent comments from Walmart’s CEO, who said many stores could face price hikes or closures if theft isn’t brought under control.

https://www.the-sun.com/money/6880664/walmart-toys-clearance-items-end-cap/ I’ve found toys up to 50% off at Walmart – the end cap can help find the perfect gift

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