Here’s How to Score Amazon Deals Before Prime Day Officially Begins
Amazon's shopping event starts Tuesday, but big discounts are available now
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Prime Day starts on October 13. So says Amazon.
But the deals have actually started now, if you know where to look (and what to ask). A few pre-Prime discounts of note:
- Beginning Sunday, Prime members can get early access to select deals on devices. Just ask, “Alexa, what are my Prime Day deals?”
- Don’t have Prime? You can join now and get that early access and/or start a free 30-day trial at amazon.com/primeday.
- Through Monday, Amazon is offering a $10 credit to use on Prime Day to members who spend $10 on items sold by select small businesses in Amazon’s store
- Now through Wednesday, Prime members can “Spend $10 to Get $10” when shopping in-store at Whole Foods Market, Amazon Fresh, Amazon Go or Go Grocery, Amazon Books or Amazon Pop Up and Amazon 4-star stores; from there, shoppers can earn up to $50 in credits to use on Amazon.com during Prime Day.
For a preview of the sales that’ll hit starting on Tuesday, you can check out Amazon’s list here; it’s heavy on Echo and Fire devices, electronics, toys and home goods.
Meanwhile, early deals — again, mainly on Amazon devices and the company’s own clothing lines — can be found here.
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