Amazon Prime Day Less than a month to go until the official event. Of course, it’s never too early to start preparing – and writing down your wish list for the big sale.
Read on to find out what we know about Prime Day 2022 so far and everything you can do now to make sure you’re ready when prices finally drop.
Prime Day is Amazon’s annual sale event exclusively for Prime members. It usually has a day or two of special savings on thousands of items across all product categories.
Amazon announced Prime Day will take place on July 12 and 13 this year. Early trades will begin on June 21.
In previous years, Prime Day took place in July, but the sale was delayed in 2020 due to the pandemic, instead taking place in October. In 2021, Prime Day is celebrated at the end of the month. 6, go back to the regular timeline in summer.
First things first: Make sure you actually have Amazon Prime member. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial here, then your membership will cost $14.99 per month or $139 per year (prices went up this past February from $12.99 monthly and $119 annually) . In addition to fast, free two-day shipping, you’ll also get access to Prime Video ad-free music streaming, unlimited photo storage, and unlimited reading. Many of the best Prime Day deals, including Lightning Deals (we’ll get to that in a moment), are available to Prime members only.
Once your membership expires, it’s also a good idea to take some time to make sure your payment methods, including default 1-click and delivery settings, are up to date so you can close deals your wishes in a timely manner.
Amazon hasn’t officially announced any specific deals yet, but last year we saw savings ranging from electronics and large appliances to small household items.
We expect similar products to go on sale this year. Pay attention to the above transactions Amazon Devicesconsists of Fire fighting tablet and TV streaming stick, Echo smart speaker and Kindles. There may also be several transactions on Apple products; Smart TV; play games and toys; smart home productsconsists of home security and smart lights; vacuum cleaner, included Dyson and Roomba; Instant Pot and other necessary kitchen equipment; and clothes from top brands like Adidas and Calvin Klein – to indicate a few categories.
Don’t forget: Amazon Prime Day isn’t the only big sale worth noting. Other major retailers, including Walmart and Targetmay be holding their own, major, competitive sales events, although those have yet to be announced.
You will want to bookmark Amazon deals page, where all the items included in the sale will appear. Be sure to check in early and often on the big day; Prime Day deals are known to sell out quickly, and new deals are likely to be added during the sale.
You’ll also find Amazon’s popular Lightning Deals on the aforementioned page (you can filter your view to only see Lightning Deals using the panel on the left side of the page).
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