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The end of the year is a time to get reflective, to think about what has been done over the last 12 months.

Walmart is doing that, too, and they’ve tallied up all the purchases to find out which products were the top sellers in every state. It’s pretty freaking amazing.


Technology rules in Florida, Delaware, New Hampshire and California.

The top-selling item in Florida and Delaware was the Google Chromecast, while New Hampshire bought up Dell 15.6″ HD Touch Screen Laptops — fancy!

The Nintendo Switch console dominated sales in California.


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Instant Pot was the hottest item in Arkansas, Hawaii, Iowa and Utah.

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Crayola Crayons dominate the South.

There’s a whole lot of coloring going on in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Virginia and Illinois.


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Washington uses a lot of toilet paper.

That was their No. 1 best-selling product. Similarly, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island all had paper towels as their go-tos.

Kentucky made disposable washcloths its top Walmart item.

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New Mexico loves its mason jars.

Other seemingly random top purchases included the Avengers: Infinity War Blue-ray in Connecticut, toilet bowl cleaner in Indiana and Easy-Bake Oven refills in Idaho.


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Nevada has a serious Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Puffs addiction.

A bunch of other states had food-related top products. Alaska likes to get tropical with their purchases of coconut milk, Oregon buys up the pure cane sugar, Washington D.C. is all about the Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa, and Vermont gobbles up Del Monte creamed corn.



Tumblers and can coolers were popular all over the place.

Ozark Trail — Walmart’s outdoorsy brand — was a big name this year in seven different states. The 20-oz. tumbler and the 12-oz. can cooler made the top of those states’ lists.


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