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Just in time for the Fourth of July, you can find water balloons at a discount. And thankfully, the Bunch O Balloons from the Zuru brand are far from your average water balloon. Instead of having to fill balloons with water one-by-one, these Zuru balloons come packaged as bunches of 35. The bunches are connected, so you can attach one nozzle to the water supply and fill up all 35 balloons at once. Talk about simple!
The brand boasts that “you can spend less time prepping and more time enjoying the water fight.” Since they’re so easy to fill and detach, your job will be as simple as fill, aim and fire away!
You can find the balloons on sale for just $3 at Aldi now. So not only have water fights never been this easy to pull off, they’ve never been more affordable, either.
The Hip2Save Twitter account posted an image of the deal on Aldi store shelves:
— Collin (Hip2Save) (@Hip2Save) June 28, 2019
The balloons were originally priced at $6.79 for a package of 100 balloons, but if you can find these in stores, you could be in for a discount.
If there’s no Aldi location near you, you can also find this Zuru product online through retailers such as Amazon, Target and Walmart.
A package of 100 water balloons will run you $9.68 on Amazon, and since the balloons are also Prime-eligible, you can also score two-day shipping for no extra charge.
You can find these Zuru balloons sold as a three-pack at Target for just $7.89. So, if you’re hoping to have a large water fight, this could be the route to go. If you go with this option, you’ll get a total of 300 balloons with your purchase!
And if you’re hoping to stock up on your water balloon supply for the entire summer, Walmart is the place to shop. You can find anywhere from 350-840 water balloons per package when you buy in bulk. Depending on how many you purchase, it could run you anywhere from $27.99 for 350 balloons to $49.99 for 840 balloons. But considering all of the fun this will bring you and the family, it’s totally worth it:
At the time of publication, there were only three packages of the 840-count of balloons available, so if you’re hoping to purchase enough water balloons to last you through summer, you’ll have to make a purchase sooner rather than later.
Anyone else predicting lots of water balloon fights in their future? Now’s the time to shop and save on these easy-to-fill water balloons for even more summer fun!