The 10 best deals under $50 in the Walmart Black Friday sale

Looking for a great deal without spending too much? These Walmart Black Friday deals are perfect for holiday gifts or self gifting

Walmart Black Friday deals under $50
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There's a lot of great deals to be had at Walmart this Black Friday and with that comes the temptation to blow your budget. But there are some really great deals that can be found under $50, so you can still get a good discount without racking up the credit card. 

These lower-priced deals are also ideal if you've already started shopping for holiday presents. At these prices, you can get something for your family members that would have cost much more – making you look extra generous this year. 

To help you find the best affordable deals, we've done the digging for you. You can still browse for yourself in the Walmart Black Friday sale, but to save you the trouble, you'll find our selection below that is bound to please. 

Looking for more great deals? Take a look at out best Black Friday deals hub for all the best prices or get ready for the weekend with our best Cyber Monday deals

AICOK Juicer machine:  was $89.99, now $44.99 at Walmart

AICOK Juicer machine: was $89.99, now $44.99 at Walmart
Save $45 (50%) on this three-speed intelligent juicer. It features a 400W motor with settings from 12,000 to 18000rpm for soft and hard fruits.

Roku Ultra LT:  was $69, now $35 at Walmart

Roku Ultra LT: was $69, now $35 at Walmart
Save $34 (49%) on the Roku Ultra LT streaming box. Featuring 4K HDR streaming, a remote for TV control and a choice of Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection, this is an affordable way to get all the channels you want this holiday.

Runmus gaming headset:  was $68.99, now $22.99 at Walmart

Runmus gaming headset: was $68.99, now $22.99 at Walmart
Save $46 (67%) on this gaming headset. Suitable for games consoles and PC, this 7.1 surround sound headset features a noise-canceling mic and LED lights. It uses a wired connection for any device with a 3.5mm jack port.

Catan strategy board game:  was $54.97, now $22 at Walmart

Catan strategy board game: was $54.97, now $22 at Walmart
Save $32.97 (60%) on this strategy die-based board game. It feels a little like Monopoly but trading across an island.

Google Nest Hub 2nd Gen:  was $99.98, now $49.98 at Walmart

Google Nest Hub 2nd Gen: was $99.98, now $49.98 at Walmart
Save $50 (50%) on the Google Next Hub 2nd gen. This updated version includes sleep tracking and a 50% more powerful speaker.

Bower 12-inch RGB ring light studio kit:  was $39.88, now $20 at Walmart

Bower 12-inch RGB ring light studio kit: was $39.88, now $20 at Walmart
Save $19.88 (50%) on this ring light studio kit. Perfect for bloggers or anyone that loves a selfie, this kit includes a phone mount, tripod and RGB ring light with 12 different colors and three white modes.

X Rocker Solo gaming chair:  was $70, now $39.88 at Walmart

X Rocker Solo gaming chair: was $70, now $39.88 at Walmart
Save $30.12 (43%) on this leather rocker gaming chair. It features an integrated speaker system that can connect to your TV or gaming system and a faux leather finish.

Smart holiday lights:  was $79.99, now $47.49 at Walmart

Smart holiday lights: was $79.99, now $47.49 at Walmart
Save $32.50 (41%) on these smart LED holiday lights. This 35ft string features 100 LED lights and can be controlled via Wi-Fi. Decorate your tree with these and change the lights using an app.

Contixo robot dog:  was $79.99, now $42.99 at Walmart

Contixo robot dog: was $79.99, now $42.99 at Walmart
Save $37 (46%) on this robot dog. Perfect for a dog-loving child, this radio-controlled dog can learn tricks, respond to voice commands and even sing.

Calming donut dog bed:  was $49.99, now $29.99 at Walmart

Calming donut dog bed: was $49.99, now $29.99 at Walmart
Save $20 (40%) on this donut dog bed. The shag fur finish is designed to be walking and calming for dogs. It even features a water-resistant lining for any accidents. Comes in three sizes.

Mat Gallagher
Mat Gallagher

As T3's Managing Editor in the US, Mat has his finger on the pulse for the latest advances in technology. Originally from the UK, he has written about technology since 2003 and after stints in Beijing and Hong Kong, is now based in Chicago. He’s a true lover of gadgets, but especially anything that involves cameras, electric cars, musical instruments or travel.