Walmart (WMT) is pushing back at Amazon’s (AMZNPrime Day even more by extending its rival The Big Save sale on its website beyond the July 17 deadline it initially promoted. With Amazon announcing record sales for the two-day event saying it was larger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, Walmart isn’t ready to stop offering deals just yet.

The retailer’s The Big Save sale still has plenty of tech products on sale from Apple, Samsung, HP, Dell, and Bose, to name a few. Here are the top deals that shoppers still have time to cash in on.

Apple

Walmart is offering the Apple Watch Series 3 with GPS for $199. The watch is normally priced at $279, offering an $80 savings when bought online during The Big Save Sale. The watch has a fitness tracker and a swim-proof aluminum case.

Headphones

Bose headphones are also on sale on Walmart’s website, including the SoundSport In-Ear headphones for Apple devices. The headphones incorporate Bose’s TriPort technology and have acoustic ports and hydrophobic cloth to keep rain and sweat away. Normally priced at $99, Walmart has rolled back the price for the Energy Green models to $39.

Laptops

Several laptops are on sale at Walmart.com including the 15.6-inch HP laptop with 4GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. The laptop has a 2.4 GHz 7th generation Intel Core i3 processor and 620 graphics processor. The price tag on the laptop is $269, down from its regular price of $399.

Looking for a Dell laptop? Try the 15.6-inch Dell Inspiron 15 5000 AMD Ryzen-powered laptop. The laptop has a 3.6 GHz AMD Ryzen 5 CPU with Radeon Vega Graphics processor. It also has a 1 TB hard drive and 4 GB of RAM. Walmart is selling the Dell laptop for $370 – a price cut from the $499 price it typically sells for.

Tablets

Tablet buyers can cash in on the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet with Wi-Fi. The tablet is powered by a quad-core processor and has a 1280 by 800 display with up to 11 hours of runtime. Walmart is selling the tablet for $98, down from its regular $128 price.

Shares of Walmart stock were down 0.62 percent as of 10:04 a.m. ET on Thursday while shares of Amazon stock were down 0.78 percent at the same time. 

Walmart A shopping cart sits outside of a Walmart store in Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 11, 2018. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images