Happy Prime Day!
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July 16th at 3 pm EST/12 pm PST marks Amazon’s 4th annual Prime Day event. This year’s Prime Day will last 36 hours, which means endless deals for all Amazon Prime members. Essentially, it is Amazon’s virtual version of Cyber Monday, but in the middle of the year.
Last year, Prime Day lasted for 30 hours, and because of all the records they broke, they extended it 6 hours. According to their website, you can expect to see deals on Amazon products and other vendors. Here is what we know so far.
- $2 Movie Rentals- An incredible deal, considering renting most movies start at $4.99.
- 3 Months of Audible for $4.95/month meaning those who take advantage of this deal will be saving $30 as the monthly service usually costs $14.95.
- 3 Months of Kindle Unlimited for $1- With over a million book titles to pick from this Prime Day deal is totally worth the money. If you don’t have a kindle, you can get the latest model, Kindle Paperwhite for $80, the lowest price ever to be offered for this device.
- 4 months of Amazon Music for $1. This is an incredible deal; it cannot be matched by Spotify or Apple Music. To think, back in the day we thought .99 cent songs on iTunes was a bargain.
Discounted Amazon Products such as Amazon Alexa, Amazon Fire Stick and Amazon Fire Tablets.
If you are not a prime member, you can sign up to take part of some of these amazing deals. If you are not a prime member some vendors will still be offering discounts and deals to take advantage of. Currently, Prime costs $119/year or $12.99/month. If you’re in college, Prime runs $49/month and $6.49/month.
If you’re gonna indulge in Prime Day, do it smart.
Don’t overdo it. Some items are always on sale, and just because its Prime Day doesn’t always mean it’s the best deal. Keep in mind that Prime Day is 36 hours, which means tons of different deals and offers, make use of the Watch Deal button.
The feature will watch the item you are interested in and notify you when the price drops or the product goes live. There is an online app and Google Chrome plugin called Honey, that scans the Internet to ensure you’re getting the best deal possible. Hopefully, this Prime Day won’t break the bank too much. Happy Shopping!
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