Best vacuum deals: Save up to $222 on Dyson, Shark, and iHome vacuums at Walmart


Want to upgrade your floor-cleaning experience? Snag one of these vacuum deals at Walmart as of Dec. 9:

The holiday season is upon us, so it’s time to get your home ready for company. That includes that one family member who enjoys pointing out every speck of dust in your home. Don’t make it easy on them — upgrade your tools so your floors are clean enough to eat off of (figuratively, of course).

No need to break the bank — Walmart’s got you covered in the floor-cleaning department. As of Dec. 9, the big box retailer is offering major discounts on vacuums of all shapes and sizes. Here are our top picks for getting your home company-ready for the holidays.

Best handheld vacuum deal

Why we like it

For all the little crevices you’d never think to clean — corners, couch cushions, window molding, etc. — the Shark UltraLight definitely comes in handy. It weighs less than three pounds and is easy to maneuver around in just about any space. While it is corded, you’ll get 15 feet to work with and won’t be strapped to an outlet. Plus, you won’t have to worry about charging it. The UltraLight comes with an eight-inch crevice tool and a pet multi-tool to tackle all the tough spots. And at just $49, it’s on sale for 50% off just in time for the holidays.

Best robot vacuum deal

Why we like it

While it may not be as well-known as Roomba or Roborock, the iHome AutoVac Eclipse Pro(opens in a new tab) checks all the right boxes for a budget robot vacuum. App connectivity? Check. Home mapping technology? Yep. Strong suction power? It clocks in at about 2,200pa (about the same as the Roborock S5). Self-empty base? Yes, and it holds weeks of debris. Throw in its 120-minute runtime and anti-collision sensors and we’ve got ourselves a competitor. Just two weeks ago, it was listed at $198, but as of Dec. 9, Walmart dropped the price even lower to just $178 — that’s a savings of $221.99.

Best cordless vacuum deal

Why we like it

Walmart often has some of the best deals on Dyson vacuums, and this deal on the Dyson V10 Absolute is no exception. It’s currently sitting at $449.99 on the Dyson website(opens in a new tab), but if you go the Walmart(opens in a new tab) route instead, you’ll pay only $399.99. In the classic Dyson cordless style, the V10 Cyclone Absolute is lightweight, can quickly transform into a handheld, and packs multiple suction modes to get all the dirt, dust, debris, and hair out of sight. The battery will last you up to an hour before you’ll have to hang it back up on its dock, but that offers plenty of time to freshen things up.

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