Tips to navigate Amazon's Prime Day

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Also, the best tactic to follow during Prime Day is to make your purchases during the presale offers so that you have time to make any returns in case you find a better price later on.

Amazon's "Prime Day" will be a 48-hour event this year. 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.

Amazon's Prime Day sales kick off next Monday, but one of the key caveats is that you have to be signed up for Amazon's Prime membership before you can take advantage of any of the deals.

We're getting closer and closer -Amazon Prime Day is happening on July 15.

Another cool thing to note is that Target promises same-day delivery (in partnership with Shipt) for items ordered on July 15 or 16, while also giving you the option to pick up your stuff in a physical store within just one hour of your online order or even have a retail employee bring your shopping directly to your vehicle in a store parking lot if you use the Drive Up feature in the official Target app.


That's 12 hours longer than last year's already extended 36-hour Prime Day, during which Amazon sold more than 100 million products in 17 countries.

Amazon's "Prime Day" is back, and so is the temptation to shop and overspend on stuff you don't need.

The Crash Sale is part of a series of events eBay runs throughout July. Globally it was the biggest day of sales in Amazon's history, and Amazon Prime Day 2019 is going to be even bigger. From now through July 22, the site will offer up to 80 percent off on the hottest consumer tech, smart home devices and appliances.

Ahead of Prime Day sale, Amazon has announced a new "Youth Offer" for its Prime membership.

Hundreds of fashion brands will be available at bargain prices during the sale.

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