Walmart shoppers rush to buy $460 outdoor summer essential which scans at register for only $160

WALMART buyers rushed to snag a parasol on sale for over 65 percent.

The outdoor umbrella was originally priced at $460 but is now available at Walmart for $160.

The parasol is offered with a discount of over 65 percent when purchased online


The parasol is offered with a discount of over 65 percent when purchased onlinePhoto credit: Walmart

However, buyers can only get the lower price if they buy the item online.

Look for the Serwall brand 10ft Olefin Heavy Duty Patio Hanging Offset Cantilever Patio Umbrella with Base.

Each umbrella is equipped with eight heavy-duty ribs that ensure stability.

Ribs are important to the umbrella as they give it structure and shape.

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Also, the fins are coated with an anti-oxidation spray that prevents rusting, chipping, peeling and corrosion.

It is made of 100 percent polyester and other materials that make the product water-repellent, UV-resistant, fade-resistant, windproof and abrasion-resistant.

Easy to install and operate, the umbrellas feature a crank handle for easy tilting, opening and closing.

Buyers can choose from seven different colors including beige, brown, grey, green, navy blue, orange and red.

Customers seem to love the product as it has a 4.6 star rating out of five.

One shopper reviewed the umbrella online and said, “If I could give this product 10 stars, I would.


Another product buyers are quick to pick up on is the 10-Piece Carote Pots and Pans Set for just $80.

White granite induction cookware, originally priced at $299, fell over 70 percent.

The non-stick pans are made of high-quality hard granite, which gives them a longer service life.

The set includes two frying pans, one 9.5 inch and the other 11 inch.

The retailer also sells a 20-piece Aqua Faberware kitchen set for just $79.

Customers have also rushed to scan a JeenMata necklace for just $69.

Originally priced at a shocking $559, it is made of moissanites and 18k gold over silver.

While the lower price only applies to those who shop online, the company offers a 30-day full refund policy.


Like many big retailers, Walmart wasn’t immune to the retail apocalypse.

Tons of closures are in the works, including nearly 10 stores this month.

Stores follow suit for failing to meet financial performance standards, the company said.

A Walmart in Everett, Washington, about 28 miles north of Seattle, will close on April 21 after the store was confirmed to be underperforming.

On the same day, another will close in South Bend, Indiana, according to the South Bend Tribune.

The closure of the South Bend location is also due to poor sales and will leave shoppers without their pharmacy of choice nearby.

Walmart has confirmed employees will be available to transfer recipes to nearby stores in the weeks leading up to the closure.

In addition to these closures, buyers in Honolulu, Hawaii; Pinellas, Florida; Washington, D.C.; and Forest Park, Ohio, have either closed or are scheduled to close.

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The US Sun reveals the product on sale for $198 upon scanning at checkout for just $39.

Also, the giant retailer is selling a $300 home appliance that is now on sale for just $98.

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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