Just $23.87 (30% off) Mainstays Hugger 42" Indoor Ceiling Fan

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Walmart offers the Mainstays Hugger 42" Indoor Ceiling Fan with Light in White for $23.87. Choose in-store pickup to dodge the $5.99 shipping charge. Its features include a 42" ceiling fan with lighting, reversible blades, fit for low ceilings, and comes with a single light.

It is also easy to assemble.
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