Waking up can be one of the hardest parts of the day, but the Philips Wake-Up Light with Sunrise Simulation Alarm Clock is designed to make things much easier. Now that it's back to the lowest price we've ever seen it reach, getting your hands on one is much easier too. While supplies last you can pick one up for just $34.99 at Walmart, saving you nearly $15 off its usual cost. This deal was available at Amazon earlier today, though it's already sold out there. There might not be much time left at Walmart for this offer either.

Better ZZZs

Philips Wake-up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation

This unique light is designed to improve your sleep by gradually increasing the light it gives off starting at 30 minutes before your chosen wake up time, so you'll begin to gently wake up rather than being suddenly woken up by an alarm.

$34.99 $49.00 $14 off

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This light therapy lamp has been clinically proven to assist in improving sleep, energy, and well-being of its users. Waking up to natural light is much more soothing than being jolted awake by a sudden, annoyingly-loud alarm. The Philips Wake-Up Light simulates sunrise which begins 30 minutes before your set wake up time. This feature helps gently prepare your body to wake up over time and can make a huge difference in how you feel for the rest of the day. At your chosen alarm time, a "gentle" beep helps ensure you are awake.

The Philips Wake-Up Light also has a Tap-to-Snooze button and big, digital clock numbers to make them easily visible even while you're sleepy. You don't have to just use it for waking up either; the light can function as a bedside reading lamp and features 10 brightness settings.

Shipping at Walmart is free on orders totaling $35 or more, and since this item is $34.99, you are only 1 cent away from that free shipping minimum. Rather than paying any shipping fees, it'd be wise to add another item to your cart instead to have them both shipped for free. You could even pick something super inexpensive like some pencils.

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