Attention, shoppers: Amazon Prime Day is coming back this summer! And exact dates have just been released — the mega-retailer confirmed that Amazon Prime Day 2022 will be on Tuesday, July 12, and Wednesday, July 13 in more than 20 countries, returning to its customary month after two years of pandemic-related shifts. It's time to start thinking about the Prime Day deals you can score during one of the biggest shopping events of the year!
Keep in mind that technically, Prime Day is just for Amazon Prime members. But, if you’re not a Prime member and you want to participate in the shop-a-thon (plus score year-round deals and perks), there’s still time to sign up and take advantage of the savings. Prime plans are $14.99 per month (or $139 per year), and you get a free 30-day trial at signup.
Even though it's a secret which items will be on sale for Prime Day, there are impressive discounts happening right this very second. While you're waiting for Prime Day to hit, check out these current deals — they're too good to pass up.
Need a new TV? You can get one at an impressive discount right now — and historically, some of the biggest Prime Day deals are on TVs.
Amazon has plenty of devices to help make your life easier — and they're all on sale. These are virtually guaranteed to have their prices slashed for Prime Day.
Earbuds and Headphones
A good pair of earbuds or headphones is a must — and big brands are typically mega discounted for Prime Day. Check out these options on sale.
In past years, Amazon has included a lot of sale items in this category for Prime Day. There are so many small appliances designed to make your time in the kitchen easier — and they're on sale.
Your floors aren't going to clean themselves. Let these discounted tools help. For Prime Day, expect plenty of these devices to be marked down.
From brand-name shoes to breezy dresses, there's a little of everything on sale. Ditto for Prime Day, when you'll historically find a massive collection of apparel marked down.
Mega-popular teeth whitening strips, haircare products and more are marked down — expect even more of the same on Prime Day!
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