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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by southlick, Jul 2, 2018.
Amazon Prime Day is a big deal, with big savings to take advantage of. The mid-summer sales event began in 2015, and is now one of the retailer’s biggest shopping days of the year. This year, Prime Day will fall on July 17th, but will start as early as noon Pacific time on the 16th. This means we will see a record-breaking 36 hours of deals!
In 2017, the deals lasted only 30 hours, and there was a total of $2.41 billion in sales by price-conscious consumers, surpassing sales totals for the previous Black Friday or Cyber Monday! If each of the 100 million Prime subscribers bought something, that would be about $24 spent per person.
Slickdeals wants to help you to hack the available sales so you can spend less on the things that you want. Wondering what deals to look out for this year and how you can prepare? Our guide will tell you what you need to know.
Looking forward to buying a lot of stupid shit I don't need and will rarely use
My credit card is ready. I haven't bought much of anything on Prime Day the last two years though. Mostly little shit that costs under $20. Will probably look to get a DAC with adjustable volume to connect to my bluetooth transmitter for my TV so I can control the volume for the AirPods.
two years ago I bought a pressure cooker recommended by @favra that I used once and gave to my MIL
last year my wife got a good deal on a circut machine that has since cost me $1000s
fuck prime day
I need a new chef's hat let's go
i am looking to get the kit for sous vide cooking
Looking to be hugely disappointed by the “deals”
Here's to hoping they have the industrial barrel of lube again this year
The pressure cooker is great.
So I've heard. It bukakied (sp) my kitchen with potato soup and I gave up. I mainly got it for soups and I enjoy stirring and tasting anyway
Not primeday related but I just pre-ordered 12 cans of Planters Cheez Balls, my all time favorite childhood "chip"
My son looks like Donald Trump after eating a big ass container of those
Unless your son is 30+ he has only had those bullshit weak ass impostor cheese balls
Planters are where it's at, my body is ready
Hook him up coming July 15th
Cheez Balls are the GOAT cheese flavored snack
2016 Official Chef Hat purchaser checking in.
What useless junk will I buy this year.
Maybe he is you don't know me
Daddy needs some hickory logs. Maybe a new TV too. Ice cream maker. Picture frames. Steak? Bacon?
Gimme a redo from the pillow deal from last year. Goat prime purchase
I could actually get down with buying some pillows. Need to replace those shit ass pillows I have back home for when I visit the parents. Thanks for mentioning pillows.
I still have my pressure washer in the original packaging. Thanks Amazon!
On Wednesday I will be finally using the ice cream maker I bought on prime day last year.
I'll buy it off you if the price is right. I need an Amazon product page for it though so I know what I am potentially getting.
Mypillow.com, thank me later
Those seem kinda expensive to me
I want a new monitor for my pc
Keep an eye on
This is what Prime Day is all about.
don't think i got anything last year but two years ago i got the entire fast and furious collection for $20 and i cherish it fondly
Worth every penny.
I’m perfectly happy with my purchase. I haven’t used it because I got the siding replaced on my home last November/December.
That's what I got last year. I can't remember if it was a king or queen size, but it was like $44. Just awesome
Does anyone know if Amazon does price change refunds?
I've got a feeling the kitchen appliance I bought last week is going to be offered at a discount on Prime Day. Prime Day will be within the 30 days return window, so at worst I just buy the cheaper one and return it under my more expensive order number. However, it'd be nice if i didn't have to jump through hoops to accomplish this.
Prime Day Lead-up Deals
These deals are live right now, and more will be added each day leading up to July 16th:
Amazon Music Unlimited — Amazon's premium music streaming service is available to new subscribers for only 99 cents for the first 4 months.
Echo Show — Save $100 on Echo Show. It's Alexa with a screen! Read our review here.
Amazon Fresh — If you start your free trial of Amazon Fresh from July 3 to July 17, you can get $30 off your first order using the promo code 30FRESH. Active Fresh members can use this code as well to get $30 off their next order. Read our review of Amazon Fresh here.
Amazon Brands — Amazon is offering discounts on several of its in-house brands, including up to 20% off AmazonBasics items, 30% off everyday goods from brands like Presto!, Mama Bear, and Solimo, and up to 25% off furniture and décor from Rivet and Stone & Beam.
Audible — Save 66% off a 3-month membership to Amazon's massive digital collection of audiobooks (which winds up being a $30 savings). You can also subscribe to Audible Romance for a free 30-day trial, and get access to thousands of romance audiobooks.
Kindle Unlimited — You can get 33% off a 12-month plan (if you buy it all at once) and get access to the thousands of titles on Kindle Unlimited. The savings increase to 40% if you opt for the 24-month prepaid plan. If you want to test the waters before you commit, you can also get your first 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for just 99 cents.
Twitch Prime — The video game streaming service will be offering free PC game downloads every day now through July 18th, with such titles as Brutal Legend and Pillars of Eternity. They will also offer in-game content every single day from July 3rd to the 17th for Warframe and PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. You can sign up for a free 30-day Prime trial and link to your Twitch account to grab all the free goodies.
Prime Video — Kick back and relax with a movie or TV show, and enjoy up to 50% off select digital orders on the days leading up to Prime Day.
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited — The digital children's service will be available for a full 90% off a 3-month prepaid plan. For the first 3-months, new subscribers will pay $2.99 instead of the usual $29.99. You can read our review of FreeTime here and see if it's a good fit for your family!
Visit the Slickdeals Prime Day page to see a continuously updated list of the best lead-up deals, as well as all top-voted Prime Day deals starting on July 16th.
Oh....go check out the price of stuff you want now.
Amazon Jack's up the price the day before the sale to make it appear as if the discount is larger than it really is.
Who has the website/plug-in that allows you to check price history of things online?
lol at not using CamelCamelCamel or Keepa to know when something is actually discounted or not.
the George Foreman Quesadilla Maker I bought last year during Prime Day was some of the best $15-ish dollars I've spent in the last calendar year.
Want sous vide
it's TV time again breh
The sales were pretty lacking last year. I might look for a sous vide thing this year, but I doubt I'll spend any effort F5'ing.
Anovas go on sale all the damn time
I love the posters that get all cunty about Prime Day. Maybe you’re looking for something specific or maybe something completely rando. Prime Day is fun, maybe you buy a fire stick or a chef’s hat or a ukulele. Quit being Debbie Downers because the Samsung 88” QLED TV isn’t on sale for 500 bucks
And because you're not quick enough to get the deals you wanted. They totally should have set aside one for everyone!!!!
Prime Day is a tradition as old as time and it should be respected as such.
What does this mean Joe