Instead, some Walmart stores will carry a new line of wax melts made by MVP Group International (see my reviews), the company that makes Mainstays wax melts. The new MVP Group wax melts are not available at many Walmart stores, and they cannot be ordered online. The few members of our Facebook group who have found them said they were mixed in the "wax bins" or on end caps in various areas of the store, rather than shelved in the candle or seasonal aisles.
Last year Better Homes & Gardens Christmas/Holiday scents came out in early to mid-November, but as of December 11, 2021, most Walmarts are not even carrying older Better Homes & Gardens Christmas/Holiday wax melt scents. So the majority of Walmarts have NO holiday wax melts this year, which is very disappointing.
This is the first year that Rimports (the company that makes ScentSationals and Better Homes wax melts) has come out with ScentSationals holiday wax melts for Walmart. They are available as a 10‑pack of new "red label" holiday scents (2 each of 5 scents) on the Walmart website, but will not be in stores. They're also available to purchase individually on the ScentSationals website.
Other ScentSationals red label Christmas/Holiday wax melts (which includes both new and old scents) will be available exclusively on the ScentSationals website (not at Walmart stores or on the Walmart website).
Rimports 2021 holiday scents are still available at Bed Bath & Beyond (AmbiEscents), Kroger (Oak & Rye brand), Meijer (Fusion brand), and H-E-B (ScentSationals).
Walmart hasn't carried Mainstays holiday wax melts since 2018, so it's unlikely they will this year.