20 Things from Walmart That Cost More Than Your Last Paycheck
Price: $25,000 | Buy it
Whether you want exercise or relaxation, this 16-foot, 72-jet spa has you covered. Powerful resistance jets let you get a great workout while swimming in place, while six seats and a full-length lounger make it easy to relax with friends. Multi-color mood lighting and a digital sound system add to the wow factor.
Price: $4,681.19 | Buy it
This 8-by-20-foot greenhouse is all your green thumb needs to flourish. It features a weatherproof resin frame, automatic vent openers, and a barn-style, UV-protected roof that means you won't have to stoop. Included are six two-tier plant benches, five drip irrigation kits, a trellising kit, and four hanging and anchoring kits.
Price: $5,430.45 | Buy it
Grill masters, pick your jaw up off the floor: This convention grill features five stainless-steel burners and a heavy-duty centrifugal fan that will help distribute up to 100,000 BTUs over the 1,000-square-inch grilling area. The knobs even light up for easier (and more impressive) nighttime grilling, and there's a glass window that makes it easier to keep tabs on dinner.
Price: $11,115 | Buy it
Need a "Jurassic-sized" dinosaur statue? Walmart has you covered. This 418-pound behemoth is hand-painted and made of high-quality resin and real crushed stone. If you're not into Postosuchus, you can also snag an Allosaurus, Parasaurolophus, or Triceratops for a mere $2,000 to $4,000 each.
Price: $11,014.11 | Buy it
The biggest lawn is no match for this commercial-grade zero-turn mower, powered by a 31-horsepower Kawasaki engine. Mow at speeds up to 10 mph while three mulching blades leave grass trim and tidy. Other features include electric deck-height adjustment, LED headlights, and heavy-duty tires that keep rolling on tough terrain.
Price: $5,999.99 | Buy it
If you're ready to drop thousands on your next TV, this Samsung claims "an unbelievably brilliant picture" thanks to its proprietary Quantum dots. No matter where you are in a room, wide-angle viewing isn't a problem. The integrated smart hub keeps streaming services and other content and apps easy to access.
Price: $16,000 | Buy it
We wouldn't recommend swinging from this chrome and glass chandelier, but you can certainly gawk at it. It uses 18 50-watt bulbs to create a dazzling effect when light bounces off the rainbow-glass bubbles, and you won't miss it – it's 4 feet wide and dangles a whopping 20 feet.
Price: $9,246.57 | Buy it
Area rugs can get expensive, but this 8-by-10-foot Art of Knot rug takes it to another level. Handcrafted in India, it's made of 100 percent silk with an eye-catching design that straddles contemporary and modern. Want to spring for a bigger rug? The 9-by-13 fetches $14,876.
Price: $5,075 | Buy it
Play shuffleboard in style with this hardwood 16-foot professional-style table, made with a weathered black finish meant to simulate years of natural wear. The playing surface is made of solid Canada Maple butcher block and is surrounded by carpeted gutters and walls.
Price: $9,799.48 | Buy it
Psst …. wanna buy a $10,000 watch? This Omega DeVille has an 18-karat rose-gold and stainless-steel case and bracelet, and a shimmering mother of pearl dial. Diamond-set indexes and a date window round out the face, and a transparent case back offers an unexpected touch.
Price: $22,531.65 | Buy it
The next time you have to print, copy or scan something big – and we mean really big – why not skip the print shop and go pro on your own? Print images up to 42 inches wide, scan at up to 6 inches a second, and take advantage of 320 GB internal printer storage. An included touchscreen computer makes it easy to preview or enhance images.
Price: $3,269.57 | Buy it
Rock out like the professionals with this anniversary-edition Ovation guitar, featuring a solid spruce top, curly maple neck, ebony fingerboard, and brass side markers. It's also embellished with a gold-leaf epaulette and phoenix inlays near the 12th fret.
Price: $3,765.52 | Buy it
If you're serious about your vino, this wine refrigerator will hold a whopping 131 bottles at the perfect temperature on one side, and up to 450 bottles or cans of other drinks on the other side. Features include hardwood and chrome shelves, high and low temperature alarms, and lockable doors to keep your friends out of your prized collection.
Price: $3,185.08 | Buy it
Scorch those s'mores in style with this 55,000-BTU hexagonal dining-height fire pit, which comes with lava rocks and a log set to keep your patio warm even on chilly evenings. Made of two-tone porcelain tile and a stone base finished with stucco, it has a stainless-steel door that can hide a propane fuel tank.
Price: $3,009.94 | Buy it
This sauna for four is made of Canadian hemlock and has a dozen infrared carbon heaters that allow temperatures up to 140 degrees. It's easy to automatically start and preheat for a set time, and has plenty of bells and whistles including Bluetooth audio, LED chromotherapy lighting, and an aromatherapy system.
Price: $4,299 | Buy it
Why trek to the playground when you can bring the playground to your backyard? This cedar playset offers three slides, a climbing wall, two ladders, swings, a sandbox and even a built-in picnic table, among other features. (Just be sure to set aside 16 to 18 hours for assembly.)
Price: $5,610.76 | Buy it
Make your house the summer party house with this 41-by-21-foot oval swimming pool. It's 54 inches deep and features durable resin top rails, thick-gauge steel walls, a decorative tile liner and UV inhibitors to protect it from the sun. A resin ladder, wide-mouth skimmer, and sand filtration system are included.
Price: $3,799 | Buy it
Walmart doesn't sell a ton of high-end furniture, but this classic sofa made from top-grain leather is an exception. Perfect for an office or a library, it features deep diamond tufting, hand-applied nail heads, brass-studded rolled arms, and brass wheel legs that make it easy to move.
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