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    Walmart Slashes Prices on Party Foods, Electronics

    Shoppers can now assemble a Super Bowl menu for under $50, and save up to $100 on select HDTVs.

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    In anticipation of the Super Bowl on Feb. 1, Walmart has introduced price cuts on the most popular food and electronics purchases made at this time of year, including $50 to $100 Rollbacks on select HDTVs -- savings the retailer says can be used to buy a complete football party menu at its stores.

    According to Walmart, its food savings will enable shoppers to put together a Game Time menu for 10 people for under $50. Among the bargains on offer are a Walmart Chicken Wing Basket for $8 average, or $5.24 per pound; a Walmart Fresh Vegetable Tray for $10; two DiGiorno 12-inch pizzas for $9.50; one 10-ounce bag of Ruffles potato chips for $2; a 16-ounce package of Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough for $2.48; and two two-liter bottles of Pepsi or Diet Pepsi for $2.

    The Rollbacks apply to such top TV brands and sizes as a Samsung 32-inch LCD HDTV at $498 -- the same price as on Black Friday -- and a Sony 46-inch $1,298 HDTV, which includes a $100 bonus Walmart Gift Card with purchase.

    Walmart is also offering the exclusive new Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Greatest Hits CD for only $10.

    Further savings across the store, along with budget-friendly party ideas, can be found at www.walmart.com. At www.walmart.com/gametime, customers can review creative ideas for a "Game Time Menu" and craft shopping lists based on the number of attendees.

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