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4 Tips to Better Deals on Amazon Prime Day

by Kurt Knutsson

It’s huge. Amazon Prime Day sale runs for 36 hours with price drops of more than 1 million products. First, you gotta’ be prepared.

In order to get Prime Day deals, you have to be an Amazon Prime member.  Here is a trial link that will work to activate a free trial of Amazon Prime during Prime Day.

Top Amazon Prime Day deals that start the sale.

Toshiba 50-inch 4K TV $289.99 – 28% savings

Echo (2nd Generation) Smart Speaker With Alexa Charcoal Fabric
Amazon Echo smart speaker $69.99 You save $30 and it comes with 6 months free of Amazon Music Unlimited during Prime Day

Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones For Apple Devices Black Wired, 3.5mm
Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones will discount from $279 regular price to $125


Amazon’s Prime Day splash start page

How to Get the Best Bargains on Amazon Prime Day

1/ Download the Amazon app

Amazon Shopping App is one of the best ways to create and track a wishlist to alert you when items you want get discounted. You can set up your own list of items to watch.

First launch the Amazon app and then click Settings from the menu, choose notifications and turn on alerts for “Your Watched and Waitlist Deals”. To put something on the wishlist, select “Watch this deal” button from the product page. From your mobile browser click to download free Amazon mobile app.

2/ Download Amazon Assistant for your browser

When you add the Amazon Assistant tool you will automatically turn your browser into a shopping machine that will watch deals and give notifications when discounted prices go live.  Amazon Assistant also brings common shortcuts together including a quick way to track shipments and compare products.

3/ Ask Alexa

Amazon Echo devices offer earlier access to Prime Day specials. Say “Alexa, what are my Prime Day deals”

4/ Check Amazon Price History

To find out if you are paying the lowest price, you can check the independent site that tracks price history on all products available on Amazon. CamelCamelCamel.com also has an easy way to set bargain alerts when prices drop to what ever number you decide to set.

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