Amazon Prime Day is Tuesday and Wednesday and here is what you need to know:
Amazon is holding its annual Prime Day on Oct. 13 and 14 this year, after the pandemic forced it to postpone the sales event from July. It's the first time Prime Day is being held in the fall, and Amazon is positioning it as a way to get people to start their holiday shopping.
PC Magazine says this year will be different because instead of buying for themselves, customers are saying they will buy gifts for others.
The top searched items include streaming devices, tablets and e-readers.
You can find discounts now, including a 55 inch 4K TV for almost half of its original price and mini security cameras for $25.
One thing that is getting a lot of attention right now is wearable tech.
Amazon already has Apple watches on sale ahead of Prime Day, so the savings on those items could be extreme.
Here is more to check out:
- Save 60% on their most popular smart speaker, Echo Dot (3rd Gen), just $18.99
- Save up to $80 on Echo Show devices. Get the Echo Show 5 for $44.99, Echo Show 8 for $64.99, and Echo Show (2nd Gen) for $149.99
- Take Alexa on the road with $30 off Echo Auto, now with Auto Mode in the Alexa App and Start My Commute features, just $19.99
- Fire TV Edition Smart TVs start at just $79.99. Plus, get the Insignia 32-inch Smart HD Fire TV Edition TV for $109.99 and the Toshiba 43-inch Smart 4K UHD Fire TV Edition TV for $209.99
- Save $40 on Fire TV Cube and use your voice to control your entertainment experience, just $79.99
- Save 36% on 12 Month Nintendo Switch Online Family Membership + SanDisk 128GB Memory Card
- Save up to 33% on select Nintendo Switch titles
- Save up to 33% on DJI Mavic Mini Drone and Osmo cameras
- Save up to 35% on Nixplay WIFI digital frames
- Save up to 40% off on Panasonic cameras
- Save up to 46% on Garmin GPS units and smartwatches
- Save up to 30% on Classic Brands, Furrino, and Sauder furniture
- Save up to 30% on Zinus furniture
- Save up to 30% on Casper mattresses
- Save up to 35% on Bissell floorcare