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    31 Gifts From Walmart That Are Both Practical And Under $100

    Because there is nothing more practical than saving money.

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    1. A Keurig K-Classic because what better gift to give someone than the gift of ~caffeine~. How else are we supposed to stay awake during our Zoom meetings?

    A red Keurig K-classic pouring coffee into a mug

    Promising review: "I love the classic Keurig because of its options of sizes. This is my second Keurig. My first classic Keurig lasted 10 years and poured quite a bit of coffee. My new Keurig is lightweight and not loud at all! I'm a very happy camper with my new Keurig!" —Chris

    Price: $79 (originally $89, available in six colors)

    2. A Dollar Shave Club bundle to not-so-subtly hint to your BIL that his mustache is just...not it. These 4-blade razors will ensure the cleanest shave so there won't even be a trace of it left. Ya look weird, Dave.

    A razor on a bathroom sink

    Promising review: " Handle is very sleek and sturdy. Nice nonslip grip and the blades are very high-quality steel with an aloe strip. I shave my head as well as my face, and am very impressed with the close shave! I normally use disposable, but I'm spoiled by how good these are and have now subscribed to receive more!! " —Walmart customer

    Price: $9.88

    3. An automatic feeder so they no longer have to deal with their pet sitting on their chest every morning until they wake up to feed them. "Nothing like fishy breath in your face to really get you going for the day."—No one. Not one person.

    A cat is eating food from an automatic feeder
    Premier Pet

    Promising review: "This is an amazing purchase!! Now instead of waking us up at 5 a.m. our older dog just sits in the kitchen and waits for the lid to open. Who said you can't teach an old dog new tricks?" —Walmart customer

    Price: $12.96 (originally $22.98)

    4. A Wi-Fi connected robot vacuum that will clean hardwood to medium-pile carpet because haven't we dealt with enough this year? Let's let technology do a chore or two. I'm tired.

    The black robot vacuum

    Promising review: "It picks up my long hair, cat litter, and my cat's fur that she leaves behind and cleans under the couch or bed. It also has the option to set up a schedule to clean but my personal routine is all over the place. The vacuum is also Alexa-compatible and makes for a perfect addition to my smart home." —Trevor

    Price: $99 (originally $179.88)

    5. A 6-quart 4-in-1 air fryer to fry, roast, bake, and reheat whatever their heart desires. Fries? Yes! Chicken nuggets? You betcha! That cold pizza slice they left out on the coffee table overnight when they fell asleep bingeing Schitt's Creek? Probably.

    A black air fryer surrounded by food and with fries inside its basket

    Promising review: "I love this air fryer. It's so easy to use and it has ample space. For example, you can put a whole Totino pizza inside. Perfect for my teens. They can put a whole bag of pizza rolls in and just shake every five minutes. Comes out perfect every time. I have recommended this to all of my family and friends. We all have one and we love it." —Aliska

    Price: $89 (originally $99)

    6. An instant warmer for baby bottles so your parent friends have one less thing to worry about with their baby. They got 99 problems but warming their bottles with warm water that is dispensed on-demand while also maintaining the desired water temperature all day and night ain't one.

    Person is dispensing warm water into a bottle

    Promising review: "I bought this when my son was 2 weeks old and I’m so thankful I did! He never has to wait for a bottle and it’s so easy to maintain. I also love that it doesn’t take up too much counter space. I love this product! Highly recommended for formula-fed babies!" —Adrian

    Price: $45.21

    7. A Google Chromecast that allows them to stream from their phone to their TV. All they have to do is plug the Chromecast into their TV's HDMI port! The best part? They can still swipe aimlessly on Tinder on their phone while watching The Office.

    A TV casting with a Google chromecast

    Promising review: "I got the Chromecast so that I could cast my Android phone to my big TV. It was easy to install and fast to set up. I am also casting other news stories and even downloaded books, so I can read on the TV screen. I think it is a good value for the price point." —Gramsy

    Price: $29.98

    8. A portable propane gas stove for that friend who just really loves camping. They keep inviting you, but you're just ~so~ busy with things and stuff that don't include mosquitos and wildlife.

    The propane gas stove

    Promising review: "Great little tabletop two-burner propane stove. Fairly light, efficient high-speed burner flame that is resistant to wind, has a windshield too. Cooked on it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for three days and used one 1-lb propane bottle." —Tomasz

    Price: $43.88 (originally $84.79)

    9. An infrared electric fireplace because winter is coming *cue Jon Snow* and we could all use a little bit of extra warmth when cozying up on the couch. By "we" I mean "me." I'm cold.

    The infrared fireplace in a living space

    Promising review: "I love this fireplace. It has a nice remote with it. It heats up the room very nicely. You can have both the heat and flame on or just enjoy the flame only to create a nice ambience in the room. The flame looks pretty realistic. Not bright orange like some. Another nice feature is the wheels on the bottom to be able to move it from room to room." —Kailo

    Price: $99 (originally $199)

    10. A 6-piece copper nonstick bakeware set to upgrade from their 15-year-old pan with questionable stains that just won't seem to go away. It adds ~flavor~.

    The copper pans

    Promising review: "This copper set is phenomenal: nothing sticks. The muffins pop right out of the pan, and the cakes do, too! So easy to wash!" —Jad

    Price: $13.49 (originally $19.99)

    11. A weighted blanket because let's face it—we all have anxiety this year and deserve one of these. They come in multiple weights and somedays I can't even function without it.

    Model is lounging in a grey weighted blanket

    Promising review: "This is great for a lot of conditions! My mom has restless leg syndrome and I had her try it while she was visiting. She said it really helped her a lot. I suffer from anxiety and I use it nightly to help me relax and sleep. It's very helpful!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $39.97 (originally $49.97, available in four weights)

    12. A bathtub caddy tray so they can really practice self-care with bubbles, a glass of champagne (because why not?), a good book, and snacks. AKA The Best Day Ever.

    Model is in a bathtub watching a movie on her tablet on a bathtub caddy

    Promising review: "Item is beautiful and expands. It has everything you need!" —Diane

    Price: $34.99 (originally $50.39)

    13. A Bissell portable spot and stain cleaner that will get rid of any mess you could think of. I have this cleaner and three cats who are just so gross. I don't think I could survive without it.

    Model is using a green portable stain cleaner on a chair

    Promising review: "I really loved this vacuum cleaner! I tackled my sofas first that were in dire need of a clean. They look brand new after I cleaned with my little green. I loved that it came with a small bottle of cleaning solution." —Lourdes

    Price: $79 (originally $110)

    14. A sparkling water maker for that person who, like, really loves seltzer. La Croix who? Nah, it's SodaStream.

    The SodaStream

    Promising review: "I never thought how convenient it is to be able to make my own sodas until I tried this. All you need is cold water and flavoring and you have soda without going out to buy it and carry home heavy cases of soda cans or big bottles of soda that go flat after you open them. I now have fresh soda anytime. Not to mention the storage space I am saving." —Walmart customer

    Price: $69 (originally $89.99, available in four colors)

    15. A pack of hand warmers so winter doesn't have to be ~that~ miserable. They provide 10 hours of consistent warmth—simply open the package, shake the warmers to activate, and place them in your gloves or pockets.

    Person is holding a packet of hand warmers

    Promising review: "I like these items. I use them to put in my packages for the homeless around Christmas. Been buying these for years and the folks really like to use them" —Walmart customer

    Price: $19.88

    16. A 215-piece mechanics toolset for that friend who is really into repairing cars. "No, I didn't buy you this set so you could fix my car for free! Who would do that?? Anyways, so my car makes a weird noise.."—you, definitely.

    The tool kit next to a person fixing their truck

    Promising review: "Wow! This tool set really does come with everything you need! Perfect to have to work on anything that needs fixing around the house or in the garage. Easy to remove and place back all pieces and tools in the toolbox. All slots are labeled, so you will never have to wonder where pieces go." —Walmart customer

    Price: $98 (originally $148)

    17. An iHome mirror with Bluetooth audio, LED lighting, Siri and Google support, and if that's not enough it also comes with a bonus 10x magnification. "Hey Siri, play Disney Hits on Spotify, thanks."

    Person is applying makeup while looking into an iHome mirror

    Promising review: "Sexy little addition to my bathroom counter. The lighting is great, charges my iPhone, and plays my music. Rocking out in the mornings before work is awesome!" —Shirah

    Price: $49.88 (originally $79.99)

    18. A mattress protector that will protect their mattress from leaks, messes, bed bugs, and possibly even the monster under the bed. If the monster is my cat, then yes.

    Person is showing the mattress under the mattress protector

    Promising review: "Fully encloses the mattress to protect it from all sides. It doesn't have the crunchy plastic sound some protectors have." —Rebecca

    Price: $36 (originally $42.49, available in six sizes)

    19. A luxurious robe because we all deserve to feel pampered and this robe does exactly that. Picture this: drinking coffee in the morning in this robe and their cozy pajamas. Topped with the fuzziest slippers they own. ~Ahhh, the height of luxury, I'm sure~.

    Model is wearing patterned Christmas pajamas under a black fuzzy robe

    Promising review: "This item is so warm and soft. It's the type of rope that you cuddle up in on a cold winter day with a cup of hot chocolate and watch your favorite movie, I really mean this. I purchased one too large for me by accident but it's okay because for me this robe is like my close friend it hugs me when I put it on with all it's fluffiness and makes me feel good!" —Virginia

    Price: $21.73 (avalable in sizes S-3X and nine colors)

    20. A two-pack electric toothbrush set that may come across like you think they have bad breath, but oral hygiene is important! And they just eat too many onions.

    Model is brushing her teeth with an electric toothbrush

    Promising review: "Feels like a massage to your teeth and gums. Since buying these for husband and me, I have been brushing more, and both our dental health has improved! Easy to use, durable, and the charge actually last longer than instructions say. It's easy to clean and I'm very proud of my purchase." —Walmart customer

    Price: $74.97 (originally $89.97)

    21. A gaming chair so your kid, friend, or partner can game comfortably. Rocket League isn't going to play itself, ya know?

    Model is sitting on the red and black gaming chair while talking on their phone

    Promising review: "Serves its purpose. It's comfortable and better for his back, he was always laying down on his bed. Best purchase I've made in a long time." —Walmart customer

    Price: $35 (originally $45, available in five colors)

    22. A cold brew coffee maker because cold brew is an amazing way to get rich-tasting iced coffee without having to worry about that burnt, bitter taste you can get from regular hot coffee sometimes.

    The cold brew maker next to a glass of iced coffee

    Promising review: "I used to make my cold coffee using the instant coffee in a blender but that "kick" used to be missing from the coffee. It's very easy to use and doesn't take much time except to wait for the coffee granules to settle down for about 10 mins before you can strain it and drink. The straining cup works as expected and you won't find any granules in your drink." —Walmart customer

    Price: $67.89 (originally $79.99)

    23. A two-pack of smart light bulbs that can be customized to match whatever situation you have. Using your smart phone, you can control the hue of the light to either be bright enough to keep you focused with work are dim enough to help you slowly wake up. 50 Shades of Grey? Nah 50 thousand shades of white.

    Model is lounging on the couch with dim lighting

    Promising review: "I've been looking to add to my Smart Home arsenal and was pleasantly surprised to find these." —Walmart customer

    Price: $49.99

    24. A gel and aloe-infused memory foam mattress topper to make even the firmest bed just that must more comfortable.

    The mattress topper on top of a bed

    Promising review: "It's very comfortable to lay on and springs back into shape when you get up. It also has small holes in it, probably for ventilation. I really love this pad and would recommend it to anyone with a hard mattress or an uncomfortable one." —Brink

    Price: $59.97+ (available in six sizes, and three heights)

    25. A water flosser that will give them no excuse to not floss their teeth. It cleans deep between teeth and below the gum line where traditional brushing and flossing can't reach, using a unique combination of water pressure and pulsations. Honestly, it sounds like a massage for your gums and I'm here for that.

    Model is flossing teeth with a water flosser in a bathroom

    Promising review: "I just had a lot of dental work done, and my dentist recommended ended I get a Waterpik. It's the best thing I have ever done for my teeth. I love it! I use it three to five times a day." —Walmart customer

    Price: $55.99 (originally $64.97, available in two colors)

    26. A sherpa throw blanket because you can literally never go wrong with gifting someone a blanket. It's practical, they'll use it all the time, and who doesn't want to be cozy?

    A red plaid sherpa throw blanket draped on a bench

    Promising review: "This blanket is so soft and cozy! It came in the mail and my son instantly claimed it as his own. It is of great quality and both sides are super soft. It will be highly sought over in the winter months to come. There were other patterns to choose from and any would be a great addition to our home." —Walmart customer

    Price: $14.93 (available in 10 colors)

    27. A flat-iron with anti-static technology so they never have to worry about that frizzy floating hair that happens when there is too much static. AKA a hat day.

    A before and after photo of wavy hair and straight hair

    Promising review: "I was a little weary of the claim of it being 'anti-static,' but worry no more: It is true to its word. It also heats up quickly within 15 minutes to reach 410 degrees. My hair is fairly thick and wavy and I have to do a couple of passes per chunk for my hair to straighten." —TerriLynne

    Price: $17.84

    28. A Google Nest Hub to basically have their own little personal assistant at home. They can pull up recipes to cook, watch YouTube videos, play music, or even use it to display photos. now if only it would fetch us a coffee.

    Model is chopping vegetables while looking at a Google Nest Hub on the counter

    Promising review: "After a year of use...I can't imagine not having it. I use it to cook (pull up recipes). The family uses it to dance to. We all enjoy the photos all day." —Cambria

    Price: $89.98

    29. A Ninja single-serve blender with Auto IQ technology so it blends with one button. I have had this blender for over five years and it's been absolutely delightful. The single-serve cups make it easy to make a personal smoothie to take quickly. I even bought the pitcher that you can use for bigger recipes.

    Model is pressing a button on a Ninja blender with veggies inside

    Promising review: "This blender works great! Best thing I've bought this year! I highly recommend it. I make a smoothie every morning and it does a good job." —Jude

    Price: $69 (originally $139)

    30. A 7-piece wash and shine kit for that person who always needs to have their car looking ~so fresh and so clean, clean~. They definitely wouldn't have Dunkin Donut wrappers on the passenger seat floor from who knows how long or mud from last year's winter. It's me. I'm talking about me.

    Person is washing a car

    Promising review: "Great value. Also provides all necessary items needed for car detailing." —Richard

    Price: $39.88

    31. And a pair of moccasin slippers with indoor and outdoor soles so they can walk outside to grab the mail in utter ~comfort~.

    Model is wearing black slippers with pajamas and a robe

    Promising review: "They are very comfortable slippers with excellent tread. Highly recommend." —William

    Price: $20 (originally $40, available in sizes 7-14 and two colors)

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    You, watching them open their practical gift.


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