Best Walmart deals under $25 — 19 sales I’d shop now

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Christmas is fast approaching, and there are precious few weekends left for holiday gift shopping. If that's not enough to light a fire under you, I've found something else that might: Walmart's offering some of our favorite tech products for under $25. Because after all, giving the perfect gift doesn't mean you need to break the bank. 

It's all part of Walmart's huge holiday sale, which includes hundreds of deals on toys, kitchen appliances, 4K TVs, and everything in between. Here at Tom's Guide, we pride ourselves in our knack for shopping advice, which also means we know a thing or two about gift-giving. That made rounding up a collection of top-notch gifts under $25 a breeze. 

Whether it's the latest gadget for the budding technophile, tools to help keep your house organized during the chaos of the holidays, or a treat for yourself in these busy times, this list features plenty of affordable gifts ideas that we'd be happy to receive ourselves.

See all the best gifts under $25 below. And for more ideas, be sure to check out our best tech gifts list. 

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Walmart deals under $25

Lego sale: deals from $6 @ WalmartPrice check: deals from $20 @ Amazon

Lego sale: deals from $6 @ Walmart
Let your child's imagination run wild with a new Lego playset. Walmart has various models on sale from $6.99. The sale includes Lego Star Wars, Lego Harry Potter, Lego Super Mario, and more. Note that Amazon has a similar sale (albeit on different models) with prices from $20.
Price check: deals from $20 @ Amazon

Board games: deals from $7 @ Walmart

Board games: deals from $7 @ Walmart
As part of its holiday deals event, Walmart has select board games on sale from $7. The sale includes popular titles like Operation, Monopoly, Pictionary, Uno, and more. 

Christmas decor: deals from $8 @ Walmart
It's time to deck the halls! Walmart has a wide range of Christmas decor on sale from $8. The sale includes small pre-lit trees (a la Charlie Brown) as well as ornaments. It's one of the biggest sales we've seen from any retailer. Pictured is the Hallmark Grogu Greetings Ornament for $16 (was $23). Note that Amazon has a similar sale with deals from $12.
Price check: deals from $12 @ Amazon

Christmas decor: deals from $8 @ Walmart
It's time to deck the halls! Walmart has a wide range of Christmas decor on sale from $8. The sale includes small pre-lit trees (a la Charlie Brown) as well as ornaments. It's one of the biggest sales we've seen from any retailer. Pictured is the Hallmark Grogu Greetings Ornament for $16 (was $23). Note that Amazon has a similar sale with deals from $12.
Price check: deals from $12 @ Amazon

Crocs sale: Crocs from $9 @ WalmartPrice check: 60% off @ Crocs.com

Crocs sale: Crocs from $9 @ Walmart
Walmart's massive Crocs sale is continuing through December. As part of the sale, Walmart is knocking up to 50% off select men's, women's, and children's Crocs. After discount, deal prices start from $9. The sale includes all-terrain clogs, slip-resistant clogs, sandals, and more. In most cases, it beats the direct sale from Crocs.com which knocks 60% off select styles.
Price check: 60% off @ Crocs.com

Reebok: deals from $12 @ Walmart

Reebok: deals from $12 @ Walmart
Restock your workout and winter wardrobe during Walmart's holiday sale. The retailer is discounting men's, women's, and kids' Reebok gear. After discount, prices start as low as $10. Pictured is the Reebok Men's Hooded Sweater Fleece Jacket for $19 (was $50).

Vonmay Women's Fuzzy Slippers: was $32 now $14 @ Walmart

Vonmay Women's Fuzzy Slippers: was $32 now $14 @ Walmart
Keep your feet toasty this winter with the Vonmay Women's Fuzzy Slippers/Booties. The house shoes are made with high density memory foam along with an anti-shock layer. A rubber sole keeps you from slipping whereas its foldable collar cover keeps your ankles warm and cozy.

Spider-Man Miles Morales: was $49 now $19 @ Walmart
Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales is a spin-off from 2018's Spider-Man on PS4 and follows teenage Miles Morales as he looks to prove his superhero credentials by taking on a dangerous new enemy that is threatening to destroy New York. It's the perfect web-slinging package to hold you over until Spider-Man 2.
Price check: $39 @ Amazon

Spider-Man Miles Morales: was $49 now $19 @ Walmart
Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales is a spin-off from 2018's Spider-Man on PS4 and follows teenage Miles Morales as he looks to prove his superhero credentials by taking on a dangerous new enemy that is threatening to destroy New York. It's the perfect web-slinging package to hold you over until Spider-Man 2.
Price check: $39 @ Amazon

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (Nintendo Switch): was $59 now $19 @ Walmart

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (Nintendo Switch): was $59 now $19 @ Walmart
The sequel to 2017's Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Sparks of Hope once again reunites the residents of the Mushroom Kingdom with the zany rabbids. This time the unexpected allies are venturing into the stars for an intergalactic adventure. Offering colorful strategy combat, and plenty of planets to explore, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is one of the best Nintendo Switch games you can play right now. 

NBA 2K23: was $69 now $12 @ Walmart

NBA 2K23: was $69 now $12 @ Walmart
The most authentic sports game steps back onto the court for another year in NBA 2K23. Whether you're a basketball fanatic or not, this sports game is the ideal pick for gatherings of friends and family. Plus, the deep single-player and online modes will keep you on the court for dozens of hours. 

TopVision Wireless Bluetooth Headphones: was $99 now $23 @ Walmart

TopVision Wireless Bluetooth Headphones: was $99 now $23 @ Walmart
If you're looking for a solid pair of workout headphones for cheap, you can't do much better than these. TopVision's wireless headphones use bone conduction technology that doesn't block or cover your ears, so you can stay alert and aware of your surroundings while jamming out. Right now you can snag a pair from Walmart for just $23; that's a savings of $76 off their full retail price.

JLab Go Air Pop Bluetooth earbuds with charging case: was $29 now $24 @ Walmart

JLab Go Air Pop Bluetooth earbuds with charging case: was $29 now $24 @ Walmart
JLab's Go Air Pop ranks among our list of the best cheap wireless earbuds on the market. These earbuds pack water resistance, a choice of EQ settings and even a case with a built-in charging cable for a fraction of the price. The default sound has plenty of bass, and the battery life is good too: expect about 7 hours of normal use per charge.

ETEPEHI 3-in-1 Charging Station: was $59 now $18 @ Walmart

ETEPEHI 3-in-1 Charging Station: was $59 now $18 @ Walmart
This 3-in-1 charging station from ETEPEHI is an excellent way to keep your Apple devices juiced up. Charge up to three devices to top off your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at once. Its small footprint makes it perfect for decluttering that tangled collection of cords on your nightstand or desk. 

SanDisk 128GB ImageMate Pro Memory Card: was $26 now $18 @ Walmart

SanDisk 128GB ImageMate Pro Memory Card: was $26 now $18 @ Walmart
Walmart's marked down SanDisk's 128GB microSD to just $18 ahead of the holidays. It's perfect for upgrading the storage on your Android phone or Nintendo Switch, and features offload speeds of up to 200MB/s and write speeds of up to 90MB/s.

DuraPro Tilting Wall Mount Kit: was $24 now $12 @ Walmart

DuraPro Tilting Wall Mount Kit: was $24 now $12 @ Walmart
Mount even the largest TVs with the DuraPro Tilting Wall Mount kit, which can handle up to an 84-inch, 132-pound TV, providing horizontal tilt adjustment. Accommodating between 100 x 100 millimeters and up to 700 x 400 millimeter VESA mounting patterns, it will work with pretty much any TV. Walmart has it for 50% off.

VEATOOL Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds: was $79 now $17 @ Walmart

VEATOOL Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds: was $79 now $17 @ Walmart
Walmart's offering a killer deal on these Bluetooth true wireless earbuds from VEATOOL, marked down to $17, for a $62 savings. With a 300 mAh charging box, solid call quality, and an IPX7 waterproof rating, they're a solid pair of earbuds for the gym or wearing around the house. Especially at this price. 

Durecopow 20,000mAh Solar Phone Charger: was $49 now $16 @ Walmart

Durecopow 20,000mAh Solar Phone Charger: was $49 now $16 @ Walmart
Keep your phone topped off with this pocket-size, durable solar charger from Durecopow. With a capacity of 20,000mAh, not only can it charge your phone via a power adapter, but it also packs a solar panel to juice up your phone using the sun's rays. It also features a handy flashlight with an illumination range of up to 40 meters.  

Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter: was $19 now $14 @ Walmart

Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter: was $19 now $14 @ Walmart
Apple's transition from Lightning to the more USB-C charging standard made headlines this summer. Right now, Walmart's taking $5 off this 20W USB-C Power Adapter from Apple, making it easy to save on charging up the best new iPhones

Bower 12-inch LED RGB Ring Light Studio Kit: was $29 now $10 @ Walmart

Bower 12-inch LED RGB Ring Light Studio Kit: was $29 now $10 @ Walmart
Bower makes some of the most affordable ring lights out there, perfect for the aspiring TikToker on your holiday gift list. Walmart is slashing 65% off Bower's 12-inch model, which features an RGB LED ring light with nine different RGB light colors, three white light modes, seven special effect modes, and adjustable brightness. And it comes with a handy stand that fits just about any phone. 

Logitech Wireless Mouse: was $12 now $9 @ Walmart

Logitech Wireless Mouse: was $12 now $9 @ Walmart
Wireless mice may be a dime a dozen these days, but you can't go wrong with Logitech. This model packs a whopping 18-month battery life, a 10-meter wireless range, and 128-bit encryption between the mouse and the receiver. Just note that its small size may end up feeling a bit cramped for larger hands.

Alyse Stanley
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Alyse Stanley is a news editor at Tom’s Guide overseeing weekend coverage and writing about the latest in tech, gaming and entertainment.

Prior to joining Tom’s Guide, Alyse worked as an editor for the Washington Post’s sunsetted video game section, Launcher. She previously led Gizmodo’s weekend news desk, where she covered breaking tech news — everything from the latest spec rumors and gadget launches to social media policy and cybersecurity threats.  She has also written game reviews and features as a freelance reporter for outlets like Polygon, Unwinnable, and Rock, Paper, Shotgun. She’s a big fan of horror movies, cartoons, and miniature painting.