Amazon Prime Day is here! through tomorrow (7/16). You can check out the best deals that I've found on Amazon or you can visit Amazon directly to see all that's available.
I love Amazon Prime Day, since Amazon offers tons of great deals and I've gotten some good buys over the last couple of years (like a Ring camera for over my garage, my Echo, and some great grocery deals). My 6-year old Kindle Paperwhite broke while on vacation a week or two ago, so I've been waiting (not so) patiently for Amazon Prime Day to buy another one.
I will be posting lots of Amazon Prime Day deals on my site on 7/15 and 7/16, so check there frequently for the best deals.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is a two-day shopping event starting at midnight PT on Monday (7/15) and runs for 48 hours through 7/16 with more deals than Black Friday. Prime members can shop exclusive deals from electronics, toys, video games, movies, clothing, patio, lawn and garden, sports and outdoor items and more. There will be Lightning Deals running all day as often as every 10 minutes (and starting at midnight PT) – and only for Prime members.
Deals that start now include:
- Toshiba 43-inch 1080p Full HD Smart LED TV – Fire TV Edition – $179.99 ($120 savings)
- Amazon Prime Pantry – $10 off a $40 purchase
If you plan ahead for Christmas or birthdays, this might be a great time to get some great deals on items.
What if you're not a member of Amazon Prime?
If you're not a member of Amazon Prime, you can sign up for a FREE 30 day Amazon Prime trial to take advantage of Amazon Prime Day. Of, if you've already done a trial in the past and you're not eligible, you can upgrade to an Amazon Prime membership for $99/year (which works out to only $8.25/month).
What are some Benefits of Amazon Prime?
- FREE 2-day shipping (and 1-day shipping for only $3.99)
- FREE Unlimited Cloud Photo Storage
- Prime Instant Video – watch unlimited movies and TV shows
- Unlimited music streaming
- Early access to Lightning Deals
- Access to over 500,000 FREE Kindle books
What do you think about Amazon Prime Day? Are you excited about it?