I'm a Walmart superfan – the chain is now selling three NSFW items and they're all under $20 | The Sun

WALMART is now selling three NSFW items all for a low price on their online store.

The mega-retailer introduced Justin Sayne’s Fetish Mafia line to their customers to increase consumer awareness of the brand.

The three products being sold are “Weinerschleiden” and “d-AZ” lubricants, “Body Bags” condoms and “Insanity” male enhancement pills.

Each item is being sold for under $20, ranging between $.799 and $19.99

“The reason I am on Walmart.com is to increase brand awareness in order to support the many brick and mortar retailers I have for my products,” Justin told AVN.

“I intentionally priced everything at MSRP – or manufacturers suggested retail price – and did not lower my prices in order not to compete with brick-and-mortar stores. 

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“The sheer visibility of Fetish Mafia products on the website reaches millions of people which, in turn, supports consumers who may also shop at local adult stores.”

Sayne said he’s been making more money because of Walmart than he has directly from the retailer due to the exposure the brand is getting.

Sayne created the Fetish Mafia Brand, which is based in Arizona, in 2018.

On the brand’s Facebook page, it describes itself as selling “top shelf leather products, for every level of lifestyle.”

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Walmart sells other NSFW items outside of the brand such as condoms, sex toys and lubricants as well and all for low prices.

The retailer has a wide variety of each of those products from several different brands.

So far, it seems the Fetish Mafia products are only being sold online, but it's unknown if they will be sold in-store.

The Sun has reached out to Justin Sayne and Walmart for comment.

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