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Ozark Trail 2-Pack Black or Stainless Steel 40oz Tumblers, Wal-Mart In-Store Only, $10

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Was in Wal-Mart today and saw that they had the 2-pack on sale. If I'm not mistaken, this is the cheapest they've been without being on clearance. I checked their website and it said they only had 5 black ones left at my Wal-Mart, but I was in the store and they had a lot more than that. Item will not come up when searching in their website, I had to scan the bar code on the app. Here's the link:

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OP please add the store name in the title
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I have a bunch of these, and while I prefer the 20oz ones, they are every bit as good as the overpriced Yeti. The lids are interchangeable with Yeti if you want to use the neat magnetic cover too.

This is a great deal if you need a few for this summer!
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EDIT...Found what I needed.
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These are great. They preform like more expensive brands without the markup. Great deal for cool beverages during summertime.
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These work great....
I've got 5 30oz. To me, the 40oz is too big, gaudy.
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Ozark Trail tumblers are great. There's been testing that shows they work at least as well as Yeti tumblers. But--these are the wrong size. I guarantee once you see it in person you will think it is too big. The typical size that everyone has is the 30oz.

I could see using this size if you work out in the sun all day though.
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These are NOT great. I've tried these multiple times, they don't keep beverages cold nor hot for long. The first few times you use it there is a metallic taste. Also, to top it off, the lid leaks. Hard pass.
The 40oz are much less efficient. The more full the mug is, the longer it holds the temperature. So unless you have 40oz of liquid inside its going to change quicker than you want. Try out the 20 or 30oz and see if it makes a big difference. I have left my 20oz full of ice in a closed car for a full day and still had ice when I came back.
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the shape looks different that older models? I have one of the very first batch that walmart made and they just dont fit into cupholders very well.
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My mickey's fit perfectly in here.
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Do the lids leak if the tumbler isn't kept upright?
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Guess I'm going to get a few new of these for work! I need a new lid and am not paying $4 for one when I can get one and a new cup for $5.

Amazon has the handles for these too. I strongly suggest getting a rubber one that slips on it and do not get the velcro one that is 2 for $10. I've broke 3 of those and the 4th was broke out of the box.

edit: Thanks for the posting. They had the ones at my store on the bottom shelf behind a lot of stuff. It took me 20 minutes looking for them but managed to get a couple packs.
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