If you don't have Prime, now is probably the time to sign up, because Amazon just discounted a whole year of membership. And this year's doorbuster sales event will be more distracting than ever, as Amazon has decided to make it a two-day shopping extravaganza running through the end of Tuesday.
However, you can't get any of the hopefully-excellent Amazon Prime Day PC deals if you're not an Amazon Prime member. Some of these deals won't be available until Prime Day, but a few of them are actually shoppable now.
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Amazon's annual Prime Day festival is set to kick off next Monday, July 15. For instance, Target is planning "Deal Days" on July 15-16; Walmart is offering Google Week with discounts on certain smart home products; and Macy's is having July Black Friday. It represents a well-timed Summer opportunity to knock some things off your wishlist and take advantage of some of the Amazon Prime Day PC deals which will nearly certainly appear. Customers can use the Amazon Pay cashback to shop. Amazon will also offer phones like Samsung Galaxy M40 and Oppo F11 Pro with discounts and offers. XIDU is also taking part in the sale on July 14th with a laptop up to 40% off. In this case, the dad asks his daughter Alexa about Prime Day, and she says it basically includes deals on "a bunch of random stuff nobody really wants" before speculating that it's probably just a way for Amazon to go about clearing the company's warehouses. From now through July 22, the site will offer up to 80 percent off on the hottest consumer tech, smart home devices and appliances. It's something of a follow-up to eBay's announcement last month that it would be holding a "Crash sale" this year in tandem with Amazon's Prime Day - again, as a sharp counter to Amazon.
Some early deals are already posted.