The big shopping event is just a few weeks away, but shoppers can already snag discounts on electronics, kitchenware and office supplies.
Officially runs on June 21st and 22nd, but discounts started rolling out earlier this month. With other retailers like Target and Walmart announcing their own sales events, Prime members can now take advantage of a handful of Amazon deals available.
Streaming platform Twitch, which Amazon acquired in 2014, will be in the limelight during Prime Day this year. Deals have already been rolled out in the Twitch Merch store, and Amazon is continuing to offer members 50% off their first Twitch channel subscription.
There are many ways to save. Check out our quick guideFor the best ways to get ready. On the Amazon homepage, members can take advantage of Lightning deals available for a limited time. There are promotions for small businesses too – a $10 credit for spending $10 on small business products starting June 7.
If you have an Alexa-enabled gadget, you’ll be able to get some special deals just by using your voice to place orders. Amazon’s other devices — Echo speakers and displays, Fire TV streamers, Eero Mesh routers and so on — will also have big discounts, many of them hitting Black Friday (or even? We’ve got some predictions for that). did, so make sure to take a look if you were planning to buy one. It can certainly pay to wait.
Now what about deals? The Fitbit Sense was recently flagged for its lowest price on record — $240 — andWas on sale for $69, which ties in with the lowest price we’ve seen (during Black Friday 2020).
We expect the best pricing of the year (or close to it) on things like Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones, Apple iPads and AirPods, Fitbit fitness bands, Instant Pot cookers, TVs, exercise gear, and more. A little advance planning can help you save even more, so see below for some Prime Day money-saving tips. and be sure to checkfor updates.