How Much are Eggs at Walmart? (Get the Best Deal!) 

Walmart sells seven different brands of eggs, although they may not all be available or in stock at every store.

The prices vary depending on what brand and how many eggs you buy. The price also varies depending on the size of the egg, although the most common are large and extra-large. 

Here is what I discovered when comparing the prices of eggs at Walmart…

How Much are Eggs at Walmart?

The price of eggs at Walmart start from 8.6 cents per egg when choosing the case of 60 large Great Value eggs. But for a dozen large Great Value eggs, it is 8.9 cents per egg. On the other end of the spectrum, the most expensive are the Great Day Farms hard-cooked eggs at $0.98, making these 49 cents per egg.  

As you can see, there is a huge difference in price depending on the name brand and the convenience.

The Great Day Farms eggs are already hardboiled, making them very convenient for those who need a couple of hard-boiled eggs in a hurry. But there are other things to consider.  

The Variety of Egg Products At Walmart

If you walk down the egg aisle in Walmart, you may be overwhelmed with the choices. From the traditional dozen large eggs to the cartons of liquid egg products

As we just mentioned, they even sell eggs already boiled for you. Out of the seven brands, you have the choice of 27 variants 

Bob Evans Eggs

Bob Evans only has one size and style of egg product. This is the Bob Evans Egg Whites in a 32-ounce carton. They cost $4.57, which means this kind of egg product is 14 cents per ounce 

Egg Beaters Eggs

Egg Beaters does not sell eggs, per se. They sell cartons of liquid egg products in two sizes and styles. These include: 

Size  Type  Price  Equal to  Price Per Ounce  Price Per Egg 
16 ounces  Original  $2.96  10 eggs  18.5 cents  29.6 cents 
32 ounces  Original  $4.96  20 eggs  15.5 cents  24.8 cents 
30 ounces  Southwestern  $4.96  18 eggs  16.5 cents  27.6 cents 

Eggland’s Best Eggs

Eggland’s Best is one of the more popular, but more expensive brands. They come in four different sizes and styles. These include: 

Size  Type  Price   Price Per Egg 
12 large  White original  $2.67  22.2 cents 
12 extralarge  White original  $2.82  23.5 cents 
18 extralarge  White original  $4.12  22.9 cents 
12 large  Cage free brown  $3.42  28.5 cents 

Great Day Farms Eggs 

Great Day Farms is another specialty egg product. Although they sell real eggs, they only sell hardboiled eggs, and they only come in two sizes.  

Size  Price  Price Per Egg 
2 large hardboiled  $0.98  49 cents  
6 large hardboiled  $1.98  33 cents 

Great Value Eggs

Eggland’s Best Eggs

The largest variety of eggs in any Walmart store will be the Great Value brand because they are the store brand. That makes them the least expensive by far. Here is a list of the Great Value choices and their prices. 

Number of Eggs  Price  Price Per Egg 
60 large  $5.14  8.6 cents 
36 large  $3.12  8.7 cents 
18 large  $1.57  8.7 cents 
12 large  $1.06  8.8 cents 
6 large  $0.57   9.5 cents 

Marketside Eggs 

Marketside is another specialty type of egg. They are not hardboiled, but they are brown, cagefree eggs. They also have organic, brown cagefree eggs.  

Number of Eggs  Type  Price  Price Per Egg 
12 large  Cagefree brown  $2.48  20.7 cents 
12 large  Organic  $3.52  29.3 cents 
18 large  Cagefree brown  $3.63  20.2 cents 
18 large  Organic  $5.74  31.2 cents 

The Fit Hen Eggs

The final brand of eggs is the Fit Hen brand. These are also large, brown, free-range eggs like those Marketside offers. However, they are a slight bit higher priced. You can get one dozen for $3.97, which makes these 33.1 cents per egg 

If you are ordering online at, you may want to read our guide on how to cancel a Walmart order if you have made a mistake or are not available for delivery or pickup.

Additionally, if you are shopping at Walmart, you may want to know where Walmart gets their chicken and beef from, as well as the Walmart food returns policy.

The Choice is Yours

There you have it. The seven brands of eggs with their descriptions and prices. As a Walmart shopper, you probably know that the brand with the most variety sells the best. In this case, the Great Value eggs are, indeed, the best price and the best seller. They are also the Walmart brand, which is probably why they are the best value.  

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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