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Early Prime Day Deals: 106 Best Amazon Prime Day Sales

por Art Paradis (2022-06-28)

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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET's guide for everything you need to know and how to find the best deals.

The official Prime Day dates are just over two weeks away and we're seeing more deals cropping up every day across a whole range of products. With some stellar early Prime Day deals on TVs, Apple devices, Android phones, home and kitchen appliances, fashion items and more, you don't actually have to wait until the 48-hour sale kicks off to save.Below, we've rounded up a bunch of our favorite deals so you don't have to scour Amazon's site yourself. We're constantly adding more early Prime Day deals as we see them, so be sure to check back often for the latest sales. With Fourth of July sales also on the horizon, we're only going to see more savings over the coming days and weeks.Early Prime Day deals on Amazon devicesAmazon Fire TV Stick deals: Add streaming capabilities to any TV from $20.Luna Controller down to $40: Save $30 with your Prime membership.Buy Echo Show 15, get Echo Show 5 for free: Save $85Amazon Glow with Tangram Bits: Learn and play over video call with this bundle at $180 off.Audible Premium Plus: Prime members get three months for free.Early Prime Day deals on tech and gamingSave on the latest Samsung phones: Galaxy S22 at $150 off, down to just $350.Enjoy a $70 off Apple Watch Series 7, down to $199.from $180, Fitbit Luxe from $128.Strap on the Garmin Venu 2 for $120 off AirPods Max, down to $100.Score Beats deals: Studio3, on iPad Pro, on iPad Mini 6, on Apple's M1 MacBook Air.Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus with Black Type Cover the Google PixelBook Go.The Gigabyte A5 K1 gaming laptop is at just $29. Razer Kishi controller for iPhone.
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down to its best price ever.Book Amazon is giving you the chance to Amazon's Prime Stampcard a Lightyear movie ticket and merch. Get $5 in Amazon credit when you The problem is further compounded by Prime Day's timing this year, with the event taking place the week after Fourth of July sales. The clash of sales already has shoppers and wondering which is best for the products they want to pick up. When it comes to snagging deals around sales like these, the best advice is to have a price in mind that you'd be happy to pay and grab the item if it hits that mark. Hanging around in the hope of a lower price doesn't alway work out with a mad rush of buyers during event hours, often meaning delayed shipping or, worse, missing out on the item altogether. For the sake of what is often a few bucks, it's wise to shop early, especially since most Fourth of July sales will likely extend right through Prime Day this year anyway.Do I need to be a Prime member to shop early Prime Day deals?Though you certainly will need to have an active Amazon Prime membership to shop all of the deals during the 48-hour Prime Day sale, you don't need to be signed up in order to shop most of the early Prime Day deals listed above. Since these are occurring outside of the official sale, they are available to anyone for the most part. Therefore, if you don't want to sign up for Amazon Prime, now might be a good time to shop. That being said, if you want to get in on the official sale next month then you'll need to be a Prime subscriber. You don't, however, need to be a paying member. You can simply be on the Prime free trial. Here's if you've never signed up before. How to prepare for Prime DayPrime Day is almost upon us. Whether you're a seasoned sale shopper or a relative newbie, it's worth hitting up our guide on . We have a bunch of top tips, from making sure your payment methods are up to date to scoring Amazon credit before the event and even using Alexa to track prices for you. It could be the difference between getting everything you want during the 48-hour sale and missing out.