Prime Day is in the second day, which means the clock is ticking. At midnight tonight, PST. Prime Day 2021 will be history. So if there were or are deals you’ve been considering, now’s the time to decide. We’ve seen a few products sell out — and the number is growing. So you haven’t got long at all to grab some amazing bargains. With Amazon going all out with Prime Day 2021, you’ll need to be fast to get the best deals in time.
This year’s Prime Day deals continue to grab our attention in both the size of the discounts and the wide variety of products on sale. Other retailers have major sales coinciding with the Prime Day festivities, as well, including Best Buy, Walmart, Wayfair, and many others.
Prime Day is a shopping event exclusively for Amazon Prime subscribers.
New members can snap up a bargain on Prime Day 2021 without handing over a dime for a Prime Day subscription, though: Sign up for a one-month free trial today, and you’ll be able to shop the Prime Day deals for the low, low price of absolutely nothing. Just remember to cancel the Free Trial membership before the month is up.
On Prime Day 2021 new subscribers can start an Audible audio books subscription with 53% savings in the first four months. On Prime Day, Amazon offers enticing subscription deals for Amazon Music with four months free membership.
There are so many great sales on must-have products like Instant Pots, iPads, iPhones, and Ninja Foodis happening right now. We’ve cataloged all of the best deals you can shop today below. Remember, Amazon isn’t the only one hosting some amazing deals! You may also want to check out Walmart, Best Buy, and even Whole Foods, Amazon’s grocery arm.
Amazon will be running Lightning Deals for the rest of the day. If you’re not already familiar, Lightning Deals are short-term extra-special deals on brand name products. The deals don’t last long, so if you want to score, you’ll have to act fast. Some are live for a few hours, others are live for the whole day, but they don’t last forever.
We encourage checking out Lightning Deals, because the savings can be extraordinary. However, we also suggest caution. Lighting Deals require fast action, but it’s not a great idea to skip your research and assume any and every deal is a good deal. It doesn’t always work that way.
Clearly Amazon’s 2015 experiment with a mid summer sale was a huge success. There’s no better measure of success in retail or many other things in life than when competitors blatantly copy the original. Walmart, Best Buy, and many other big box and online merchants began having their own summer sales on or around the same dates as Prime Day. They may call the sale something other than Prime Day, but the timing is obvious and it benefits Amazon as well by building more excitement around Prime Day. Walmart’s Sales for Days promotion is a perfect example. Participating merchants include Walmart, Best Buy, Home Deport, and Lowe’s, and many many others.
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