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    IT'S TIME to forgo the fidget spinner, there’s a new viral toy in town and it's captivating tots and twenty-year olds alike. If you’ve ever spent a questionable amount of time popping bubble wrap, you’ll be obsessed with the latest craze of Pop Its.   What is a Pop It? This colorful, silicone rubber fidget toy made its name on TikTok (where the hashtag #PopIt racked up more than 2.5 billion views) and has been dominating the supermarket and toy store shelves ever since. The toy simply involves poking out individual bubbles until there are none left, then you flip and repeat. Available in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and styles - from hexagons to avocados, rainbows, and unicorns - they’re not only fun to play with but have sensory-friendly and stress-relieving benefits, too. Most read in Sun SelectsJust Chill 8 best portable air conditioners you can buy in 2022I'VE GOT CHILLS 11 Best Cooling Mattress Toppers for 2022CHILL OUT 11 Best Cooling Mattresses for Hot SleepersROBO SCOOP iRobot Roomba j7+ review: Is this robot vacuum cleaner...
    Another user stated, "So now we got Juneteenth as an official holiday, a flavor of great value ice cream, & party decorations. Chile they trying to give us everything but reparations." Writer Michael Harriot chimed in, "I actually tried the Juneteenth ice cream. It tastes like dirty foot bottom, All Lives Matter and interracial relationships. Just kidding...I’m lactose intolerant. I don’t taste color." What happened then?A spokesperson for Walmart told The Hill that the company decided to cancel the campaign after backlash across social media. “Juneteenth holiday marks a celebration of freedom and independence,” the spokesperson said. “However, we received feedback that a few items caused concern for some of our customers and we sincerely apologize. We are reviewing our assortment and will remove items as appropriate.”
    WALMART announced a widespread expansion of its drone delivery services on Tuesday. The big-box retail chain began offering delivery via drone last year to select shoppers in Arkansas and North Carolina through a partnership with DroneUp. 1Walmart is expanding drone delivery to six states Building on that infrastructure, Walmart is planning to add drone delivery to 34 more locations by the end of the year. The expansion would allow more than 4million customers in Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Utah, Texas, and Virginia to order drone delivery. Shoppers will be able to order thousands of products for air delivery for a $3.99 delivery fee. And since your delivery driver is a robot, you won't need to tip on top of the fee. READ MORE ON WALMART BARGAIN HUNT I'm a Walmart superfan - I got $140 of toys for $20 in a secret clearance saleLAST CHANCE Target & Walmart's discontinued products are still available - where to look Drone-delivery eligible items include over-the-counter medication, food, condiments, and household essentials like diapers. Orders can be fulfilled in as little as...
    In this article ANF WMT TGT Jay Laprete | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesRetailers are missing and missing big. It started last week with the Walmart and Target results which showed big inventory builds and the need for markdowns, and it's been followed up by weak earnings and outlook from Abercrombie & Fitch which sent its shares tumbling in a similar fashion to what the big box retailers experienced. Is retail the canary in the coal mine for the market? There's good reason to pose the question, though it remains harder right now to answer it in the affirmative. Let's start with the best-case scenario: the consumer is shifting in their spending habits from goods to services, and while the retailers got caught with the tide going out on their pandemic strength, the recent string of results are not the sign of a weakened consumer — it's the preferences that are changing. Remember, no matter how much lower-income Americans struggle with inflation — trading down in grocery store shelves from premium to private-label and steak to ham, a shift that...
    New York (CNN Business)Walmart's attempt to commemorate Juneteenth with a new ice cream didn't go over so well.The company is apologizing for selling "Celebration Edition: Juneteenth Ice Cream," under its Great Value label. The branding sparked a backlash with many people on social media. "Share and celebrate African-American culture, emancipation and enduring hope," the label on the red velvet-flavored ice cream read. Juneteenth ice cream found in a Walmart store in North Carolina."Juneteenth holiday marks a celebration of freedom and independence," a Walmart spokesperson said in a statement. "However, we received feedback that a few items caused concern for some of our customers and we sincerely apologize. We are reviewing our assortment and will remove items as appropriate."Other Juneteenth-themed items that appear to be on sale include party plates, according to a tweet.Read MoreOne critic on Twitter said the ice cream highlighted why it's "important to have diverse voices at the table when making strategic business decisions. When you don't, you end up making costly, foolish mistakes," the tweet said.Others on Twitter are encouraging shoppers to buy Black-owned Creamalicious...
    Retail giant Walmart was forced to pull its special Juneteenth ice cream flavor from shelves after critics called it an inappropriate marketing scheme. The Juneteenth ice cream flavor is comprised of red velvet and cheesecake flavors, according to a report. DESANTIS BEATS TRUMP IN NEW GOP POLL FOR 2024 NOMINEE "Share and celebrate African-American culture, emancipation and enduring hope," the label said. Many on social media called out the store for using the holiday as a marketing scheme. Oddly, I’m more offended at the four fingers. How Imma rock my panky ring if I ain’t got a pinky?!!! pic.twitter.com/0B3OkVkOBG— Snack Turner (@roywoodjr) May 22, 2022 "Juneteenth holiday marks a celebration of freedom and independence," Walmart said in a statement. "However, we received feedback that a few items caused concern for some of our customers and we sincerely apologize. We are reviewing our assortment and will remove items as appropriate." We got Juneteenth ice cream y’all. Still waiting on reparations though. Sigh pic.twitter.com/T9jGTr0kwK— Delegate Marlon Amprey (@marlonamprey) May 22, 2022 CLICK HERE TO...
    FINDING those discontinued products on clearance at Target or Walmart can often be a hassle for patrons, but that's because you may be looking in the wrong places. When it comes to shopping at Target or Walmart, shoppers can often find bargain deals on various items or merch throughout the stores. 2The US Sun shows readers how they can find discontinued products at Target and WalmartCredit: Reuters 2Shoppers can find marked-down discounted items by looking for endcap displaysCredit: Getty Target offers customers a dollar section where they can find dozens of items priced as low as $1. Meanwhile, at Walmart, patrons can often find items and food products priced well below compared to their local supermarkets. However, those patrons looking to strike a deal on discounted items may not know that Walmart and Target keep those items camouflaged within their halls. To find marked-down discounted items, customers should look for endcap displays, which are often located at the end of each aisle. Read more on TargetBULLSEYE Target shoppers can save money with simple trick and won't need to look elsewhereHAPPY...
    A TIKTOK user and shopping expert said a huge, recurring clearance sale is coming back to Walmart soon. Kiersti Torok, @torok.coupon.hunter on TikTok, posted a video sharing some info about the "secret" sale at the big box retailer. 2Kiersti Torok spread word of Walmart's sale on toys 2Her discount buys included this doll for just $3 According to Kiersti, Walmart significantly marks down prices on its toys twice each year - in January and July. In some cases, toys are discounted by more than 70%. Even before the 2021 sale kicked off in earnest, Kiersti snagged more than $100 worth of savings from the Walmart toy department. However, this semiannual clearance sale is not widely advertised. READ MORE ON WALMARTSAVVY SHOPPER I'm a money savings expert - here's how to get huge discounts in WalmartCAUGHT RED HANDED I worked at Walmart - Here's how they catch self-checkout thieves Prices throughout the store get slashed relatively quietly, and shoppers need to scour shelves to find the best deals on their own. Late last June, Kiersti said she was able to land...
    Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Walmart has pulled a Juneteenth-themed ice cream from their shelves after the desert kicked up backlash on social media, according to a new report. The label for the ice cream said it was meant to “share and celebrate African-American culture, emancipation and enduring hope.” In a statement this week to Fox, the company acknowledged their ice cream had caused “concern” among customers. Photos of the packaging for Walmart’s holiday-themed treat sparked backlash on social media over the weekend, with the business being accused of exploiting the holiday. Among the critics was comedian and The Daily Show star Roy Wood Jr., whose tweets kicked off much of the attention Walmart received. Oddly, I’m more offended at the four fingers. How Imma rock my panky ring if I ain’t got a pinky?!!! pic.twitter.com/0B3OkVkOBG — Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) May 22, 2022   Would you like some Juneteenth Ice cream on a Juneteenth plate as you sip your beer in a Juneteenth Koozie? pic.twitter.com/VCDpfOgYro — Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) May 23, 2022 “Juneteenth holiday...
    In this article WMTWalmart is expanding drone deliveries to select stores in six states. That will make it possible for more customers to get diapers, groceries or more delivered by air.WalmartWalmart is expanding drone delivery across six states this year, making it possible for many more customers to get a box of diapers or dinner ingredients delivered in 30 minutes or less. Through an expansion with operator DroneUp, the big-box retailer said it will be able to reach 4 million households in parts of Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Texas, Utah and Virginia. The deliveries by air will be fulfilled from a total of 37 stores — with 34 of those run by DroneUp. It announced its plans for growth on Tuesday in a blog post. Walmart currently offers drone deliveries from a few stores near its headquarters in northwest Arkansas and in North Carolina. Walmart has been testing how the small, unmanned aircraft could change the game for retail, drive e-commerce growth and turn its stores into a way to outmatch Amazon on speed. Two years ago, it struck deals with...
    A Baltimore woman has been arrested for an attempted assault on several police officers that ultimately ended in her crashing into a police cruiser, authorities said.  A’Keirra Patrice Dana Smith, 22, was driving recklessly at the Walmart located at 7081 Arundel Mills Circle in Hanover around 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, Anne Arundel County Police said. When officers arrived, Smith intentionally drove toward and almost hit several officers before crashing into an occupied police cruiser, police said.  Smith and the struck officers were taken to a local hospital for injuries described as non-life-threatening, police said. Smith was also charged accordingly. 
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore woman was charged with attempted murder after she allegedly sped her car toward police officers and then crashed into an occupied police car Saturday in Hanover, Anne Arundel County Police said. She and an officer were injured in the incident. A’Keirra Smith, 22, is charged with attempted first-degree murder, reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and a slew of related charges in the incident, according to electronic court records. READ MORE: Hogan Calls On Franchot To 'Halt Or Minimalize' Pending Gas Tax IncreaseOfficers responded around 7 p.m. Saturday to the parking lot of the Walmart at Arundel Mills Circle for reported reckless speeding vehicles. Police said while officers were trying to disperse the crowd, Smith allegedly intentionally drove toward officers and nearly hit them. While fleeing the parking lot, Smith crashed into an occupied police vehicle, police said. Smith and an officer were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. READ MORE: 2 Marylanders Face Federal Charges For Impersonating Deputy US MarshalsSmith is being held without bond, according to court records.   MORE NEWS: Maryland's Sen. Van Hollen Returns Home...
    CUSTOM floor mats can heighten your car’s aesthetics—but it’s not always easy to find a design you like. TikTok user @kay.waii gives drivers a way to personalize their floor mats with a $4.95 Walmart product. 2Kay’s spray paint she uses to turn her clear Walmart floor mats pinkCredit: TikTok The $4.95 product is a clear floor mat that you can trim with scissors to fit your vehicle’s interior dimensions. Clear floor mats allow you to use spray paint that changes the mat’s color. Kay begins her custom car mat tutorial by placing her mats face down on ground-protective tarp. Kay spray paints her mats and emphasizes the importance of letting the paint dry between coats. READ MORE ON CAR HACKSDOUBLE UP I’m a car expert - your driving style can help avoid record-breaking gas pricesNAVIGATING INFLATION I’m a personal finance expert - the week’s cheapest days to buy gas She notes that she let her paint coats dry for 24 hours before placing the mats in her car. The paint that TikTok Kay uses is “Rust-Oleum® American Accents® 2X...
    THE maker of Jif peanut butter issued a voluntary recall over concerns of salmonella contamination. J. M. Smucker Co. and the US Food and Drug Administration announced Friday that consumers should not eat any Jif products with lot code numbers between 1274425 and 2140425. 1Multiple Jif peanut butter products are being recalled due to an outbreak of salmonella linked to a Lexington, Kentucky manufacturing facility. Health officials are currently investigating five cases of salmonella that may be linked to Jif products produced at a Lexington, Kentucky facility. Salmonella symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps, and symptoms typically begin within 72 hours of consuming infected food. If you have any affected products, you should throw them out immediately. The FDA also recommended sanitizing and washing any surfaces or utensils that may have come into contact with the peanut butter. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and...
    A WALMART worker has claimed customers can sometimes make things worse when they try to help staff. Employees at the supermarket giant say they don’t like shoppers putting items on the wrong shelf or trying to clean up spillages. 1A Walmart worker has revealed customers can sometimes make things worse when they try to help staffCredit: Getty A Walmart worker, known only as Canbeanoob, asked fellow employees if they appreciate it when customers clean up messes that don't belong to them. One commented: “I appreciate it, but the only thing I want from customers is for them to put something back where it goes when they change their mind, and not leave a mess and just be kind.” While another Redditor, who claims to work at Walmart, said: “We appreciate the effort, especially with spills, but most people when they put stuff back put in the wrong spot, that does get annoying, we have someone who comes through specifically to fix it.” Employees said shoppers shouldn’t feel "obligated to do anything extra" while at the store. read more on...
    THERE is an everyday item you probably have in your bag you right now that can get you huge discounts while shopping at Walmart. The one gadget you need to score major savings at the Walmart checkout counter is your phone, according to a money savings expert. 2One of the best ways to save money at Walmart is by using a gadget that almost everyone has in their bagsCredit: Getty 2According to a money saving expert, accessing the Walmart app on your phone is a great way to get discounts while shopping in personCredit: Getty Walmart has an app that can help you get the best deals whenever you shop in the store, says The Pricer CEO Alec Pow. So if you want to start taking advantage of the helpful cost cutting tip, all you will need to do is grab your cell phone and download the app. “One small trick I use to always get the best deals at Walmart is to shop with the official Walmart app opened on my phone,” the money saving expert told GoBankingRates.com.  Read...
    RUBY is leaving London, but on her last night in the capital she meets Nic, who’s just arrived in the city. The chemistry crackles between them for one night only, and then they embark on the next chapter of their lives – but can they forget about each other? 110 lucky Fabulous readers will win a copy of this new novel in this week's book competitionCredit: supplied Cute, romantic and brilliantly uplifting.  10 lucky Fabulous readers will win a copy of this new novel in this week's book competition. To win a copy, enter using the form below by 11:59pm on June 4, 2022. For full terms and conditions, click here. Most read in LifestyleNO PRIVACY I worked at Walmart - there’s an employee you'll never see, but they’re watchingSHOW OFF I’m a keen gardener - Dollar Tree has a cheap way to protect your plantssource hacks I'm a Dollar Tree super fan – my 5 best shopping hacks everyone needs to knowPRICED TO SELL I'm a Walmart worker - stores are cutting prices on items...
    SHOPPERS are trying to outwit a popular retailer by using its return policy. Bath and Body Works shoppers have tried to get their favorite items for free under part of the store's return policy. 1The popular retailer offers great coupons and sales Mercedes Angel alleges to be a former employee who shared the secret on TikTok. In the since-deleted video, Angel explained the store's "equal exchange" policy. She claims this policy allows shoppers to return any item — even if they used some of it — for another equal item. Angel said people have returned near-empty candles and been given new ones under this return policy. Read more on shoppingFINDERS KEEPERS You can save up to 50% at Aldi every week by knowing which deals to grabSAVVY SHOPPER I’m a budgeting expert - my easy trick to get two free items at Walmart Although she admits it feels wrong, she said "tons of people" do it. In reality, Bath and Body Works has stated on their website this tactic should not work. On the website, it says: "Our...