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Retailers Are Saying To Be Prepared For Huge Discounts This Holiday Shopping Season

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With it still being 930º outside, it hardly seems possible that Christmas is just a few months away. But, it will be here before you even know it.

I can’t even believe that we are already talking about Christmas gift shopping, but here we are.

Don’t worry — this is good news on the Christmas shopping front.

The holidays are usually a time when retailers offer deep discounts to encourage shoppers to spend their money, and this year it looks like we are going to see even MORE discounts than usual.

Retailers are already spilling the tea on their outlook for the Christmas shopping season, and it’s looking mighty good for shoppers.

Between inflation strangling our pockets and stores stockpiling more inventory than they know what to do with, stores are prepared to pass the savings on to consumers this year.

We expect it to be more competitive, more promotional this year than it was a year ago.

Scott Settersten, Ulta beauty finance chief to CNN

Walmart seems to be leading the way to a Christmas filled with deep discounts this holiday season.

They just released their Top Toy List for the holiday 2022 season, and they are saying that we will see even more “Rollbacks” than in previous years.

Good news for all the shopping we have to do for the kids in our lives — they are prepared to offer more gifts under $25 and $50 than we have seen in recent years.

We know our customers are shopping early, and finding the lowest prices on toy gifts is a priority for many families this year — We’re excited to help our customers as they start their holiday shopping by announcing our Top Toy List today and providing them with a fantastic selection of toys in stores and on Walmart.com at low prices only Walmart can deliver.

Laura Rush, Senior Vice President, Electronics, Toys and Seasonal, Walmart U.S.

Thank goodness, right?!? With prices skyrocketing on everything from meat to gas, we could really use some savings on things that aren’t really necessities.

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