Amazon Prime Day 2019 is almost upon us, and this year more than ever, that means sales at a wide variety of non-Amazon retailers.
Right now, you can get the Google Home Max for just $249 (originally $399) at Walmart - the lowest price we've ever seen.
Prime Day is Amazon's greatest invention; a completely random mega sale not tied to any major holiday period like Black Friday sales are to or Christmas.
Amazon's made-up holiday dedicated to "epic deals" and working its warehouse workers to the bone is fast approaching, and so, apparently, are pretty convincing phishing scams disguised as emails from the tech giant. Prime members can also score $600 of the Fire TV Cube. The sales event runs July 15-16, 2019, giving us a 48-hour window of bargains.
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Here are the different kinds of deals you can expect to see during Amazon Prime Day 2019. You can check out some of the Early Access deals from 2018 below.
Amazon is discounting its Echo devices by up to 60% in India, making it the ideal time to get started with Alexa.
Along with the Input dropped in price there's also deals on the standard Echo, Echo Dot and even the new Echo Show 5. In addition, you may want to consider the best Nintendo Switch bundles too, if you don't own the console.
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