Walmart shoppers rush to buy $300 kitchen essential scanning for $53 at register – the exact place to purchase
BUYERS snap up a kitchen set that’s over 80 percent off at Walmart.
The FETERVIC Knife Block Set is the item that is currently only sold online at Walmart.
Originally $300, the 16-piece set is only $53.
This makes the offer over 80 percent cheaper than what you can find at other retailers.
In fact, Amazon sells the exact same set for $145.
The knife set is of professional quality, has ergonomic handles and comes with all the tools for slicing, chopping, slicing and dicing.
Customers who purchase the set have 90 days from delivery of the item to make a return.
The whole set includes:
- An 8 inch chef’s knife with an 8 inch cutting knife
- A 6 inch boning knife with an 8 inch bread knife
- A 7.1″ Santoku knife with a 3.5″ paring knife
- A 7.9″ sharpening rod with 3.7″ kitchen scissors
- A 5.1 inch utility knife
- Six 5.1 inch steak knives
- A premium knife block
- A knife wipe and a nice gift bag
MORE WALMART SALES
Walmart has countless other deals on everyday items for shoppers who shop on its site.
The retail giant also sells the Hamilton Beach Smoothie Electric Blender for just $23.
Originally, each blender is $45, 10 speeds, 56 ounces, and BPA-free.
With 650 watts of peak power, the Ice Saber blades can blend tons of ingredients for smoothies, shakes, ice cold drinks, salsas and more.
Also, the Wave Action System features a special hopper and blade system designed to continually push the mix down into the blades.
This ensures a perfectly smooth result with every use.
There was another great offer on the beach towels from the Kaufman brand.
Originally priced at $84, shoppers can now snag the six-pack of quality towels for just $30.
Each is made from 100 percent cotton and measures 30 inches by 60 inches.
Also, each pack contains six in different colorful patterns.
IN THE NEWS
Four Walmart stores in Chicago will close this month after reporting low sales.
In fact, the big retailer announced that its annual losses have doubled over the past five years, prompting closures.
The company said in a statement that the four sites were losing tens of millions of dollars annually.
Walmart, which first opened in the Chicago area over 17 years ago, has faced many challenges — despite investing $70 million in recent years.
The money was for upgrading stores, building two new Walmart Health facilities, and building a Walmart Academy training center.
Separately, the following four stores will all close on Sunday April 16:
- 5781 Chatham Supercenter, Walmart Health Center and Walmart Academy, 8431 S. Stewart Avenue
- 3166 Kenwood Neighborhood Market, 4720 S. Cottage Grove Avenue
- 5645 Lakeview Neighborhood Market, 2844 N. Broadway Street
- 5646 Little Village Neighborhood Market, 2551 W Cermak Road
Just be aware that pharmacies at these locations will remain open for up to 30 days.
Customers may see higher prices the next time they shop at Walmart.
Also, The US Sun breaks down the four Walmart changes happening this month.