Amazon Prime Day can be an overwhelming shopping experience with a mass array of deals in all categories. That’s why we decided to put together the Ultimate Amazon Prime Day Guide for next year.
Amazon Prime Day Deals
Check back next year, July, 2020, to see amazing Amazon Prime Day Deals!
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is an exclusive sale for Prime members. Similar to Black Friday or Cyber Monday, there are a number of deals that go live. You can expect almost every product category to have products that drop in price, so make sure to create lists for those items you have been eyeing to see if they go on sale.
The global sale has different types of sales like the Prime Day deals and the lightning deals. You can watch the deals you like a week in advance to prepare.
When is Prime Day 2020?
Amazon Prime Day was on Monday, July 15th and Tuesday, July 16th of 2019. Expect Amazon Prime Day to be in July around the same dates next year for 2020!
What Kind of Deals Can I Expect?
All Amazon devices will be on sale, as well as every single category on their site. It isn’t promised that the exact products you have been wanting will be discounted, but there is a good chance you can find something similar. To help you find the best deals, we will be updating this page with different product offerings on Amazon.
Do I need to be a Prime member to get Prime Day deals?
Absolutely. The great thing is that you can sign up for a free 30-day trial and be eligible for all the deals.
What Other Retailers Will Have Sales on Amazon Prime Day?
Just like Black Friday or Cyber Monday, other retailers are jumping on the coat tails of Amazon by providing deals to compete. Walmart, Ebay, Target, and Best Buy are the main retailers to check on, since they might have the items you want at a better price. Do your research, but do it quick, since the deals don’t last!
How Fast Do the Items Ship?
Almost all of the Amazon Prime Day deals will be eligible for prime free 2-day shipping, and some will even have free 1-day shipping! This means nearly instant gratification for your shopping experience.
Avoiding Bad Deals
Not everything that is advertised as a deal on Amazon Prime Day will actually be a good deal. Sometimes these items are significantly cheaper at other retailers, and the discount may only apply to an already high Amazon price tag for an item. Additionally, if the item is offered by a third party seller rather than Amazon, be ware. Some third party sellers use the madness of Amazon Prime Day to appear to be selling very inexpensive items, but they may not be well established and could have bad intentions. As a general rule of thumb, just stick to products offered directly by Amazon when shopping for deals on Prime Day.