The best day to save at Amazon is here! Find out how you can get ready to score great deals during Amazon Prime Day.
Maybe you’ve heard of “Christmas in July.” Amazon is celebrating “Black Friday in October” with Amazon Prime Day. For two days only, Tuesday, October 13 & Wednesday, October 14, Amazon will offer tremendous savings on more deals than on Black Friday. These deals will be for Prime members only.
If you aren’t a Prime member, don’t despair. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime and you’ll have access to all the deals. Do it today so you don’t forget.
The Prime Day deals begin at midnight on October 13, 2020. As often as every five minutes, for 48 hours, new deals will become available. (And here’s a heads-up – other retailers like Walmart, and Best Buy might be offering anti-Prime Day sales, so open your eagle eyes and swoop in on savings elsewhere, too. And Amazon is offering some preview deals before Prime Day, so you can save even more.)
Amazon Prime members receive a number of benefits including free 2-day shipping, streaming of over a million songs, TV shows and movies on Prime Instant Video, unlimited photo storage, 500,000 free ebooks, and more. It costs $119 a year, but as mentioned previously, you can get a free 30-day membership.
After those 30 days you’re free to cancel and there will be no charge.
Right now is the best time to join, so that you’ll be ready for Prime Day! Sign up for Amazon Prime now.
If you are already an Amazon Prime member, you can start your shopping list or set up notifications in the app so you’ll know when things go on sale.
How do I get an Amazon Prime membership?
Not a Prime member yet? A one-year subscription to Amazon Prime costs $119, but you can get a 30-day FREE trial. Sign up for Amazon Prime now.
College students can sign up for a six month trial of Prime Student here. After six months, if you want to continue it costs $6.49 a month.
Why should I get Amazon Prime?
Amazon Prime members receive a many more benefits including unlimited access to award-winning movies and TV episodes with Prime Video, ad-free listening of 2 million songs plus thousands of stations and playlists with Amazon Music, unlimited access to more than 1,000 books and magazines with Prime Reading, free in-game content and games with Prime Gaming and more.
Year-round Prime members can also get deep discounts on select best-selling foods at Whole Foods Market plus an additional 10% off hundreds of sale items.
In addition to more than 10 million items eligible for FREE One-Day Delivery coast to coast, Prime members in thousands of cities and towns across 47 major metropolitan areas have access to millions of items with FREE Same-Day Delivery.
Plus, you have the option to pick up and return their Amazon packages for free through Amazon Hub, a contactless, click and collect service at no additional cost.
Prime members also have access to free and fast grocery delivery from Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market in more than 2,000 cities and towns.
How do I get free credits for Amazon Prime Day? You can actually stack several deals to earn up to $50 in free bonus money to spend during Prime Day. 1. Spend $10 at Whole Foods Market by October 14 and get $10 in credit for Prime Day. 2. Through October 12, Amazon will offer Prime members a $10 credit to use on Prime Day when members spend $10 on items sold by select small businesses in Amazon’s store. 3. Spend $10 or more at Amazon Books or Amazon Pop-Up and get $10 in credit for Prime Day. Get another $10 credit when you shop at Amazon 4-Star. 4. You can get a can get a $10 promotional code off your next qualifying $20 order by signing into the Amazon app for the first time. Set up Amazon Gift Registry before Prime Day You don’t need a Prime membership to set up a wedding or baby registry at Amazon. However, if your friends or family are Prime members, they may have an opportunity to get some deep discounts on the gifts they were planning to purchase for you.