Walmart (WMT) will take on its retail rival, Amazon (AMZN), with a head-to-head sale that will run alongside Prime Day, offering what it said will be “Black Friday-like savings.”

Walmart will hold its annual Deals for Days sale June 20-23, offering discounts on everything from electronics to fashion and beauty products, toys, and home goods items, CNET reported.

The Deals for Days sale will run consecutively with Amazon’s Prime Day sale, which is slated for June 21-22. Amazon’s Prime Day sale is offered for Prime members, which pay a $12.99 per month or $119 per year membership with the retailer. Amazon also offers a 30-day free trial membership for those who want to try Amazon Prime.

Walmart also has a subscription program offered under Walmart+, which provides free shipping with no order minimum and free next-day and two-day shipping from Walmart-com with no order minimum. The membership also provides free same-day delivery on orders of $35 or more and fuel discounts. A 15-day trial of the membership is available to interested customers. Cost of the Walmart+ membership is $98 a year.

With Walmart’s Deals for Days sale, many of the savings offered from the retail giant will be featured online only while others will only be offered in-store, CNET said.

Deals announced already, according to CNET, include discounts on the Hisense 40-inch Class FHD Roku Smart LED TV, which is on sale for $178, down from $288, and the HP 11.6-inch Chromebook with 4GB RAM, which is on sale for $159, down from $179.

The Prepaid Straight Talk A32 5G Phone is selling for $199, down from $299, while the iHome Nova Auto Empty Mopping Robot is selling for $299, down from $599. The Tobi Robot Smartwatch for kids is also on sale for $24.50, down from its original price of $49.

The news of the Walmart Deals for Days sale comes as the company announced that it was extending its store hours to 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. at all locations unless local or state regulation dictated otherwise. Walmart has also rolled back its mask mandate for fully vaccinated shoppers.

Shares of Walmart were trading at $141.10 as of premarket hours on Thursday, down 25 cents, or 0.18%. Shares or Amazon were trading at $3,206.00, down $27.99, or 0.87% at the same time. 

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