14 Amazon Prime Day Deals That Will Save You Loads Of Money

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Buckle up because Amazon Prime Day will be bigger and badder than ever before, running a full 48 hours from 2:59am ET on Monday, July 15 through July 16th. It’ll feature more than 1 million deals for Prime members in 18 countries, plus a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime for those who haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet. If you just can’t wait until the big two-day event to start saving, you can also take advantage of Amazon Prime early-bird deals that are going on right now.

1. Echo Dot Sale 50% Off

Amazon Prime Day isn’t here yet, but the eCommerce giant has already slashed the price of their third-generation Echo Dot by 50 percent. This means that if you have Amazon Prime, you can get your Echo Dot for just $24.99 instead of $49.99, plus free shipping. This small, user-friendly smart speaker is perfect for those with a busy lifestyle and allows you to add things to your shopping list, check the news and weather, set timers and more, all hands-free.

2. Prime Pantry

Grocery shopping just got easier (and cheaper). Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon’s Prime Pantry now and enjoy markdowns of up to 20 percent on all your pantry needs, from peanut butter pretzels to the freshest ground coffee.

3. Amazon Fresh

Make a delicious meal at home for less when you sign up for Amazon Fresh now through July 16. Say goodbye to long grocery store aisles and bruised bananas. You’ll save $15 off on your first order of $35 or more with the code FRESH15.

4. Amazon Music Unlimited

Jam out to your favorite songs on the cheap when you sign up for Amazon Music now through July 16 at 12 p.m. PT. You’ll get four months of the streaming service for just 99 cents, regularly priced at $7.99 per month. Tip: Save even more by signing up for a 30-day free trial first!

5. Audible

Make your commute more enjoyable by signing up for Amazon Audible. Usually, you’d pay $14.95 per month for audible books, but if you’re a new member that price will be slashed to $4.95 for three months.

8. Twitch Prime

The gaming fanatic in your life is sure to love Prime Day deals on Amazon Twitch Prime. Prime Gamers can get 30% off Twitch Merch with the code PRIME2019 at checkout and purchase featured devices straight from a live streamed channel. Get ready to geek out.

9. Kindle Unlimited

Whether you’re looking for a love story on your subway commute or a murder mystery to read beachside, Amazon Kindle has your back. Read more this summer when you sign up for Amazon Kindle Unlimited now through July 16. You’ll receive three months of the service for free!

10. Prime Book Box

If your kiddo is sick of the same old books, a subscription with Prime Book Box could refresh your reading stack. With Prime, your first month is marked down from $19.99 to $13.99 and you can get hand-picked books delivered straight to your door.

11. FreeTime Unlimited

Got a little one at home? Get a three-month, pre-paid plan of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for just $2.99 after a one-month free trial when you sign up now.

12. Whole Foods

Amazon Prime members can save even more at Whole Foods this Prime Day, too. Starting now through July 16, members can get $10 and $20 credits, steep discounts and more to be used on products and services offered throughout Whole Foods.

13. Amazon Fire TV

When you sign up for Amazon Prime you can save $100 on an Amazon Fire TV, which allows you to record your favorite shows and stream them live while on-the-go. Bonus: With a paired Alexa device you can search shows with your voice! No more scrounging for the remote control under the couch.

14. Prime Video

Prepare some buttery popcorn and get ready to snuggle up. With a Prime membership, you’ll save 50% on any movie rental from Prime Video.


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