Who doesn’t love the Pioneer Woman and her eclectic, vintage style?
Lucky for us, Walmart is having a sale on select Pioneer Woman kitchen items.
As you can see below, we found these discounts online—it’s not clear whether you’ll find the same discounts in your local Walmart store.
However, some of the items listed below are available for for free in-store pickup, so you can order online and then drop by your local store to grab them! Many also come with free shipping.
Below is a sampling of some of the Pioneer Woman kitchen items that are on sale now.
A quick note: These are selling out fast, so you might click on a link and see that some items have gone out of stock since we first published this story!
Pioneer Woman Country Garden Nesting Mixing Bowl Set
Pioneer Woman Country Garden Nesting Mixing Bowl Set (traveling vines pattern) — $27.78 (regularly $49)
Pioneer Woman Flea Market 25-Piece Pantry Essential Set
Pioneer Woman Flea Market 25-Piece Pantry Essential Set — $69 (regularly $89)
Adeline 2.1-Gallon Glass Drink Dispenser
Adeline 2.1-gallon glass drink dispenser — $21 (regularly $28.67)
4-Quart Timeless Floral Casserole Pot With Lid
4-quart timeless floral casserole pot with lid — $16.72 (regularly $19.72)
Leaf Scallop Kitchen Towel Set
Leaf scallop kitchen towel set — $9.49 (regularly $20.25)
Adeline Embossed Bowls
Adeline embossed bowls (red) — $27.70 (regularly $37.99)
Who Is The Pioneer Woman?
The Pioneer Woman is a woman named Ree Drummond, who started a blog in 2006 that turned out to be the launching point for a multimillion-dollar empire, including books, a lifestyle magazine, a restaurant and retail store, and a Walmart home collection of kitchen, cooking, dinnerware and bedding products.
It also turns out the Food Network star is also one of the biggest land owners in the United States. To be precise, according to a list released by the Land Report, Drummond holds the 23rd spot.
Old photo of me, circa 2008. But here are my reflections. 1) Jean size was still a single digit. Oh well! Why have one digit when you can have two? Ha. 2) What oh what ever happened to this shirt? Gone from my life and I need it back in order to be truly happy again. Dang, I loved that shirt. And the best part, 3. The barn nails in the foreground that cows clearly used to scratch their backs through the years. Classic. Guess I need to stop looking at old photos! These reflections take up way too much time!
Despite her extreme popularity, Drummond has found a way to stay humble.
“I think people are drawn to ‘The Pioneer Woman,’ not because I am some fascinating person, but because I present things that a lot of people can relate to,” Drummond told the Daily Mail. “I’m not a chef, and I’m not an expert at anything. I’m just a wife and a mom.”
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