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The items you should only buy at Walmart

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Our digital world is filled with online marketplaces. As individual retailers step up their online and e-commerce game, it is beginning to feel as though you can search various sites, like Target or Amazon, and find similar items across the board. This makes it hard to decide where to buy each item, whether there are differences between the items, and where you can get the best deal.

As one of those predominant retailers, Walmart’s marketplace has seemingly endless options in all shopping categories. And with so many options, it's worth it to purchase product protection along with your items. You never know when an accident might happen, so it's important to be protected when it does. Shop with the Mulberry browser extension to see all the available product protection plans on your purchases.

In this article, we'll help guide you through some of the items that you should only buy at Walmart.

For your bedroom

Even though mattresses are an infrequent purchase, they can put a dent in anyone’s pocket when it comes time to buy a new one. Allswell mattresses have become a top performer in the budget mattress space, and their hybrid structure makes them optimal for comfort.

Additionally, for those who are moving to a new home, the option to get the mattress delivered in a box makes it easy to transport and ship. The memory foam and gel layers help to keep you cool at night. If you're looking for a new mattress, make sure you purchase your Allswell items from Walmart. They offer low pricing, financing options, and fast, affordable shipping.

For your kitchen

We've all become aware of how much money we spend when we buy coffee from a café every morning. But, when homemade drip coffee doesn’t compare to the taste and quality of the lattes at the local coffee shop, it can be hard to stick with an at-home coffee routine.

Nespresso Vertuo machines make that easier. Their wide range of options for coffee and espresso flavors allow you to personalize your coffee experience. This item is an upfront investment, but certainly pays off in the end. If you're looking to purchase one, Walmart is the place to do it for their lower pricing and fast shipping. Plus, if you want to create lattes that rival those of Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts, try the Nespresso Frother, which can give your coffee that professional finish. Order them together through Walmart.

Finally, when it comes to buying a quality set of pots and pans, The Pioneer Woman Cookware series is a viable option that is not only functional, but aesthetically pleasing. Available in bright colors, Walmart sells comprehensive combo sets or individual items.

For your baby

Hello Bello is a favorite brand among new parents. With bundled items and delivery options, the brand has thought of everything to make their products affordable and convenient. Their boxes even turn into toys that your children can enjoy to reduce waste.

They carry items like multivitamins, baby shampoos, wipes, and more. Hello Bello diapers are also a customer favorite, and the subscription option helps you reduce errands. Walmart carries the full range of Hello Bello products, offering competitive pricing across the board.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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