Walmart shoppers rush to buy $198 furniture that ‘secretly’ scans for just $49 – the receipt is proof it’s possible

WALMART shoppers are rushing to their local stores when they learn a $198 piece of furniture is selling for just $49 at the bargain dealer.

Walmart is already known as the go-to place for affordable groceries and unbeatable deals on home decor and personal items.

The futon is only $49 compared to the online price of $198


The futon is only $49 compared to the online price of $198Credit: TikTok/extremewalmartclearance

But clever shopper TikToker @ExtremeWalmartClearance I didn’t expect to find a couch from him that was a whopping 75 percent cheaper latest video.

@ExtremeWalmartClearance regularly creates content on savings and deals at the retail giant for a million followers.

Initially, the shopping guru was intrigued by an air fryer for a bargain price of just $20.

The Air Whirl Crisper was originally priced at $59.88, but @ExtremeWalmartClearance said that wasn’t actually a good deal since he saw the device was cheaper.

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“I saw these for $5, so we’re passing that on,” said the buyer.

In fact, it was in the futon area that all the magic happened.

“It’s pretty empty, but the first thing that came to mind was they must be somewhere in the back,” the TikToker said.

It turned out, however, that the futons were still fully wrapped and lying in plain sight on the sales floor.

“Now I’ll wait for someone to come and help me, or do it myself… It went without saying,” said @ExtremeWalmartClearance while bringing the furniture forward to scan the prize.

The Memory Foam Futon is a full size sofa that converts to a bed when needed.

The camel-colored futon also features two fold-up armrests for versatile use.

“It’s a pretty good size,” the TikToker said. “Now we just scan it and calculate the price.”

In the moment of truth, the entire couch was only $49.

Buyers would have no idea the futon was so cheap if they didn’t know the secret to Walmart’s hidden sale.

Specifically, customers can get even better deals on a store product’s marked price by scanning the item’s barcode in the app.

Shoppers have found huge bargains this way, with some items costing as little as pennies.


Walmart regularly offers great home items at near-unprecedented discounts for shoppers willing to shop for them.

Parent buyers will be delighted with some of the affordable options for their kids.

Originally priced at $120 for a playpen product, the price is now discounted to $49 for online Walmart shoppers.

This corresponds to a total saving of 58 percent.

Meanwhile, a TV stand has been discounted by 70 percent.

The stand comes from the popular Walmart own brand Mainstays and is suitable for TVs up to 54 inches.

The stand was originally priced at $92 and sold for just $27.

Those looking to do some spring cleaning are in luck, too.

Available for just $96, the Anker Eufy branded robot vacuum was originally priced at $250.

It has WiFi connectivity and three brushes for different soil textures.

Due to the Wi-Fi capability, the robot can remember a room for maximum cleaning performance.

Thanks to the lithium-ion batteries inside the robot, it can also clean floors for up to 100 minutes.


Many of the deals mentioned were discovered through Walmart’s hidden sharing.

All you need to explore the deals is your phone and the Walmart app.

In the Walmart app, you will find the Check Price icon.

Once you click on it, you can scan an item’s barcode and then a price will be displayed.

Remember to make sure your location service preference is turned on and you’re selecting the correct business location.

Shoppers can also use the app to find the location of items in the store and make a purchase.

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Walmart is making several changes to its stores, and shoppers will appreciate the increased selection and lower prices.

In other sale news, buyers spotted a lawnmower that originally cost $460 for just $260.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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