20 Don't-Miss Deals to Kick Off Amazon Prime Day


Today’s the day! Amazon is hosting thousands (yes, really) of amazing deals exclusive to Amazon Prime members—and you don’t want to miss it because new deals are being offered every 10 minutes—All. Day. Long.

Anyone can sign up for Prime ($99 for a year; amazon.com), which boasts complimentary two-day shipping and unlimited streaming on music, movies, and TV, and score the better-than-Black-Friday deals. And eligible customers can register for a 30-day free trial at amazon.com/primeday.

Read on for a list of 20 deals that you won't want to miss and keep scrolling for the complete scoop on how to enter Amazon's giveaways (including trips, gift cards, and more):

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Here are some of the deals from the past

1. 30 percent off select clothing, shoes, jewelry, watches & more

2. Free luxury beauty sample box with $50 purchase of luxury beauty products, with promo code LUXSAMPLES

3. Chromebook laptop, only $199

4. Fire TV Stick, fastest selling Amazon device of all time, $15 off

5. Kindle, $30 off

6. Fire HD 7, $60 off

7. Fire HD 7 Kids Edition, $60 off

8. 32-inch LED TV, $75

9. 40-inch 1080p LED TV, $115

10. Brand-name 32-inch Smart HDTV, under $200

11. 50-inch 4K TV bundle, under $1000

12. Over 50 percent off two Nikon COOLPIX cameras

13. Bose headphones at the lowest price ever on Amazon

14. Up to 50 percent off any of the Harry Potter books

15. Save more than 70 percent on the Divergent series complete box set of books

16. Save up to 70 percent on select kitchen products from top brands like Cuisinart and KitchenAid

17. Road-trip-ready automotive products starting at 50 percent off

18. 60 percent off Amazon Elements Baby Wipes with code ELEMENTS60

19. K'NEX 2-in-1 Ferris Wheel Building Set (Amazon exclusive), $35

20. iRobot Roomba Pet Vacuum Cleaning Robot, under $300

Ready to shop? Head over to amazon.com.


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