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Amazon Prime Day is set for next Monday, July 15. As you know, I’m a diehard Amazon fan because they sell everything that one could possibly need (with loads of options), it’s quick to find what you need, a purchase can be completed in 2-3 clicks, and they have stellar customer service (including easy returns).
Not to mention, they have a robust fashion offering through their own brands and big brands most of us are familiar with like DKNY, Nike, Calvin Klein (and many many more). All the items I’ve purchased and want to purchase are in my Amazon store, which can be shopped here.
Prime Day is a yearly event Amazon hosts to celebrate its Prime member. They shower us with discounts and deals across all its product categories, new product launches, and events (in fact I walked past the Prime Day concert venue in Midtown NYC today). New deals are rolled out continuously over the two days.
If you’re looking for household items, you can stock you up on groceries, laundry products, and more through Amazon Pantry and Amazon Fresh. Randomly in LA a few months ago, someone recommended Audible to listen to “Think and Grow Rich.” It’s been a game changer because I listen while I’m doing things around the house – killing multiple birds with one stone. If you want to try it out, here’s a 30-day free Audible trial.
The major deals start on Monday, July 15 (3AM EDT), and last through Tuesday, July 16. If you’ve been waiting to get something specific off Amazon, hold out for a few more days in case it ends up being marked down. In fact, you can
Yes! Deals are only available to Prime members. If you’re not a member, try it out by signing up for a 30-day free trial (you can cancel any time) before committing to the $119/year (or $13 per month if you don’t want to pay all at once). That way you can still take advantage of Prime Day. Once Prime Day is over, you can cancel before your trial ends to avoid being charged a subscription fee.
It depends. If only getting it for Prime Day Deals, then probably not unless you think you may rack up $120 worth of savings in two days.
If you would order from Amazon regularly and value the other benefits (fast free shipping, Whole Foods discounts, Prime Video, etc), then yes.
So far this year, I’ve placed 67 orders and we’re only in the 28th week of 2019. This has saved me loads of time (not having to go into a physical store) and effort (in having to haul things back to my house). Living in NYC, especially, this is key! Ordering something one day (from the accessibility of my cell phone on the app) and seeing it on my doorstep the very next day —- that’s a complete game changer!