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Sunbeam Heated Fleece Throw - $15 at Walmart B&M only YMMV

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My local Walmart for some reason had this heated throw at $15. If not the other ones were $19.96. But below you will see a link for it being $17 on the Walmart website. Ask associate to price match. YMMV

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sunbea.../362313688

Brickseek link:
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv.../362313688

SKU: 362313688

You might be able to get a Walmart associate to price match the Walmart site. Online it says $17. Here is a link. Click on the grey picture.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sunbea...w/54063256

Sorry if this doesn't work for all of you. First time poster.
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Literally just got this alert checking out at Walmart and went back to the blankets to see one hidden for $20. Thanks!
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Does anyone know what the wattage is? It didn't state it on the specifications section. I'm basically wondering if it would be more cost efficient to use this heated blanket or a small room heater.

* I just googled the answer and apparently it's much more energy efficient to use a heated blanket. They tend to use 100 w vs 700-1400w for a heater.
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Does anyone know what the wattage is? It didn't state it on the specifications section. I'm basically wondering if it would be more cost efficient to use this heated blanket or a small room heater.

* I just googled the answer and apparently it's much more energy efficient to use a heated blanket. They tend to use 100 w vs 700-1400w for a heater.
Yeah way more efficient. Besides I used to use a space heater and by the time it actually heated up the room it was already on a very long time and had used up a lot of energy. You just snuggle up with this throw and get warm fast, and save a bunch of money too
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I purchased several of these on clearance a few years ago. Some were DOA, the others barely got warm.
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Anyone got Zip code that has it for 15$?
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Mine are $20. 72034
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$19 near me
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I purchased several of these on clearance a few years ago. Some were DOA, the others barely got warm.
I've purchased 2 Sunbeam items on clearance for $10 over the last 2 years - a heated throw that was missing the controls, and a blanket that the controller was dead. By the time we went to use them and found out, it was too late to return or replace them. I just purchased the controllers from ebay for both costing about $28. With our little cold snap here in Florida, I wanted to use these instead of the house heater at night.
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We bought two of the sunbeam brand throws and neither of them get very warm. But the sunbeam full sized blanket we got gets very warm, IMO you're better off getting a full sized blanket.
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I bought one if these last week for $20. It does the job as a one-person blanket (it's not very big) and gets you reasonably warm. My feet become ice cubes at night so I use it under my comforter for that extra layer of warmth.

The controller also gets warm even while the blanket is not heating (3-hour timer) so remember to unplug the blanket when not in use.
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YMMV on a $15 item is usually a complete waste of time.
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I've purchased 2 Sunbeam items on clearance for $10 over the last 2 years - a heated throw that was missing the controls, and a blanket that the controller was dead. By the time we went to use them and found out, it was too late to return or replace them. I just purchased the controllers from ebay for both costing about $28. With our little cold snap here in Florida, I wanted to use these instead of the house heater at night.
Why didn't you call their customer service? They have 1 year warranty..
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Just got back from walmart. brickseek said they were 19.99 but they rang up 69.99. This happens to me everytime i try to get a brickseek deal. Out of 5 times I got a brickseek deal once. The price is always wrong on that site.
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YMMV on a $15 item is usually a complete waste of time.
Maybe, but I'm stopping at walmart for something else today so might keep my eyes peeled for one of these.
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