Amazon won't be the only store with great deals for Prime Day

Posted July 11, 2017

"Last year the most exciting deals started right when Prime Day began, and things definitely slowed down as the event went on", said Cook.

"They've also promised some good TV Deals and that's sort of the one big expensive item everyone always waits for a sale on because nobody wants to pay regular retail for a TV", said Ackerman.

For a couple quick and easy items to look out for, Amazon is again putting the spotlight on its own big items. Echo products will be featured for as much as 50% off, and 3D printing enthusiasts will have the chance to buy the RepRap Guru 3D printer at a 30% price reduction. However, "you really need to know prices because some of them might be just okay, and some of them might be phenomenal".

This year, the third annual Prime Day, deals start at 9 p.m. ET on July 10 and continues for 30 hours. Including the very popular camouflage that you see above. A year ago the Kindle paperwhite was also on sale at $30 less than its usual price of $119.99.

"Amazon said customer orders surpassed Prime Day 2015 by more than 60% worldwide and more than 50% in the United States", reports Fortune.

You can find a list of Amazon stores here. Once you have everything you want on your list, you can compare and contrast prices.

Some of the best deals expected this Prime Day are offered through Amazon Echo, the voice assistant known to many as Alexa. Amazon does also offer free, 30-day trials of Amazon Prime.

Amazon will be offering deals on several of its own devices during Prime Day.

The marketing for "Prime Day" targets prime subscribers, but FOX13 found out you can get in on the deals tonight and tomorrow without paying the fee.

While Amazon offers low-priced televisions and other electronic equipment, it usually doesn't have higher end products, Jakos said. For example, you can purchase the hottest tech item for half off.

In addition to members-only savings, Prime members can visit amazon.com/primeday for live updates on deals at the top of every hour.

Amazon discontinued price protection on everything but TVs a year ago, but if you misjudge a deal and the price drops within 60 or 90 days, some credit cards will refund you the difference.

We'd recommend downloading and installing the Amazon Shopping app to your phone and switching notifications on.