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Walmart has $57 heated mattress pads on sale for $23 right now

Posted at 2:50 PM, Jan 30, 2020

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January may be almost over, but that doesn’t mean we should expect warm weather to return anytime soon.

Perhaps we’ll know more when Punxsutawney Phil looks for his shadow on Superbowl Sunday, but for now, you can likely assume you’re in for at least another month or so of chilly temperatures.

That means it’s not too late to stock up on warm weather gear and essentials, like heated mattress pads, which Walmart is having a great deal on right now.

Now for a limited time, you can get a Sunbeam heated mattress pad for as low as $23. The twin-sized mattress pad is regularly $57, so you’ll be saving around $34.

You can also get a queen-size mattress pad for $35 (a $45 savings) or a king-sized mattress pad for $38 (a savings of $62).

Regardless of size, the mattress pad fits mattresses up to 16 inches deep and is machine washable as well as dryer safe. It includes an easy-to-use controller and has five personalized heat settings and a 10-hour auto-shutoff.

You’ll get free delivery on orders of $35 or more or may be able to pick it up for free at your local Walmart.

The lowest price for similar mattress pads at both Target and on Amazon is around $35, so this sale at Walmart seems to be the best deal you’ll find right now.

If you want to step it up a bit, however, Walmart does have other, more expensive mattress pads that offer additional features, like being waterproof for any spills or accidents that may happen in bed.

This mattress pad, also from Sunbeam, is water-resistant and on sale for $51.20 for a twin and $56 for a full. It fits mattresses up to 19 inches deep, includes a 200-thread count cotton cover and has a 10-hour auto-shutoff.

Do you have a heated mattress pad or have you thought about picking one up?

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