Walmart Is Selling Color-Changing Cups for Less Than $16 Right Now

Walmart color-changing cups always sell out fast!

Color-changing cups are back at Walmart—and this time, you can pick up a set in both hot and cold styles. Since the Starbucks color-changing cups seem to sell out faster every season, heading over to Walmart seems like the next best option. Especially if you plan to use them to create your own custom cold cups.

What Colors Are Available?

Walmart has your bases covered with color-changing tumblers for your cold drinks and color-changing cups for your hot drinks. (No, they aren’t interchangeable.) The cold color-changing cups feature hues like mint, lemon, tan and pink, with contrasting lids. The patterned cups feature bright colors with geometric designs, animal prints and clever sayings like “Ice Ice Baby.” Of course, the magic is that each of these cups change colors when filled with cold beverages.

The hot cups, on the other hand, more closely resemble the to-go cups you see at Starbucks. The color-changing base comes in shades of gray, tangerine, cornflower blue, violet and a soft pink. The changes in color for these are quite vivid, with the tangerine-colored cup turning to a bright yellow when a hot drink is poured into it, and the pink shifting to a pretty ocean color.

How Much Do They Cost?

The hot and cold color-changing styles are sold in four and five-packs and with to-go lids. The tumblers for cold drinks also come with four straws. A pack of the hot color-changing cups costs $11 while a pack of the cold cups costs $16, so we’ll totally be buying both packs. It’s advance planning: hot cups for our favorite winter-weather drinks and cold tumblers for refreshing summer drinks.

These cups always sell out super fast at Walmart, so be sure to grab a pack—or two—when you see them!

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Lauren Naru
Lauren Naru writes about gift guides, sales, and must-have items for the kitchen and home. She loves a good deal is and is always on the hunt for super-savings and products that solve cooking problems. In her spare time, you’ll find her creating custom cookies for friends and family. Lauren lives and works in New York's Hudson Valley region.