The Best Walmart Deals Right Now: QLED TV at New Price Low

Walmart is renowned for offering some of the biggest tech bargains around, but finding those deals isn't always easy. So we're digging deep into the retailer's website unveiling those hidden gems on the gadgets you want.

Just keep in mind that these deals could expire or sell out at any moment, so don't hesitate too much if you spot something you like.

Microsoft Xbox One S + Fallout 4 for $199 ($15 off): Outside of Black Friday, the Xbox One S never sells for $199. This deal includes not only the console, but a copy of the Editors' Choice Fallout 4 as well. Should you need a new controller, Walmart again has the Microsoft Xbox One Wireless Controller for $46.87, which is $13 off its list price. 

Microsoft Xbox One X Consolefor $449 ($50 off): The Xbox One X is Microsoft's premium console delivering 4K gaming with HDR support. Although it's been cheaper — it hit $368 last month — at $449 it's still a solid deal and the best offer at the moment. (It likely won't hit $368 till Black Friday if at all).

Samsung 49-inch 4K QLED Smart TV for $797.99 ($502 off): Now that you've got your new console, it's time to hook it up to a new TV. Walmart has the Samsung 49-inch 4K TV (QN49Q6F) for $797.99. The TV is normally priced at $1,299.99 and some retailers have it for $799, which makes Walmart's offer the lowest price around.

Bodum Cold Brew Coffee Maker for $10 ($10 off): Summer is here and that means one thing — cold brew season has arrived. The 1.5-liter Bodum ice coffee maker works like a traditional French press and lets you be the barista every morning, thus saving you money. The device makes 12 cups and is BPA plastic free.   

TCL 55-inch 4K Roku Smart TVfor $379.99 ($100 off): The TCL 55S450 is one of our favorite big-screen TVs. It offers solid 4K resolution, Roku's easy-to-use smart TV interface, and HDR support for half the cost of competing TVs. There is no Dolby Vision support and no voice search — those features can be found on TCL's pricier sets — but you still get plenty of TV for comfortably under $400.

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