HERE you can find the best deals & discounts for AMAZON PRIME DAY! LIST IS UPDATED EVERY SECOND.
When Is Amazon Prime Day 2017?
This year’s mega-sale, which some might say is Christmas in July for Amazon Prime members. The deals start at 9pm EST on Monday, July 10th and will end at 3am EST on Wednesday, July 12th.
To take advantage of Prime Day, you must be an Amazon Prime member but you can get a free 30-day trial membership which gives you access to all the deals (sign up link). You will also still have the option to cancel the membership after 30 days even if you used the benefits of Amazon Prime Day.
If you haven’t already signed up, you can take advantage of a 30-day free trial here. If you cancel before the trial period is over, you won’t be charged.
There are also deals, days before Prime Day. So, take advantage before it’s too late.
- Get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99.
- Earn a $10 credit when you stream a Prime video for the first time on your television.
- Get a Kindle Unlimited subscription for up to 40% off for a limited time.
- Get 40% off a six-month subscription to Audible and also get TWO FREE AUDIOBOOKS.
- Starting July 8 through Prime Day: Take an additional 20% off select brands like Sonos, Le Creuset, Crock-Pots, Samsung TVs, Amazon Tap and Fire HD Tablets and more on Amazon Warehouse Deals
New deals start as often as every 5 minutes for 30 hours straight.
Note too that Amazon tends to run two types of deals on Prime Day: Traditional deals last all day, while lightning deals expire after a set amount of time—or when stock runs out.
Lightning deals are time-limited discounts that appear on Amazon every day, but they’re especially abundant on Prime Day. They can offer deep discounts on a specific item, and each deal lasts for a set amount of time (usually a few hours) or once stock on that item runs out, whichever happens first. Once you claim a deal, you have a certain amount of time to purchase before your claim expires.
If a deal is sold out, you should join the waitlist (if it isn’t already full), because you might have another chance to claim the deal if another buyer’s claim times out. The good news: Lightning deals can offer deep discounts you wouldn’t otherwise see. The bad news: The better lightning deals get snatched up within minutes, and you have to sift through thousands to find them.