WATE 6 On Your Side staff - KNOXVILLE (WATE) -- Amazon's "Prime Day" starts Monday at 9 p.m. The promotion lasts for 30 hours and will end at 3 a.m. Tuesday.
The promotion is only available for customers who use the site's subscription service. The subscription costs $99 annually. However, non-subscribers can enjoy the deals with a 30-day free trial. Also, the site offers a monthly Prime subscription plan for $10.99.
Shoppers can download Amazon's app to get a heads up on deals for their desired products. Also, Alexa owners can ask the device for deals. Amazon Assistant will send push alerts to customers on prices.
Some of the biggest deals will be on Amazon products.Prime Day Deals Sneak Peek
In addition to tens of thousands of "lightning deals" starting every five minutes throughout the 30-hour shopping period, Prime members can also find curated Spotlight Deals beginning at 9pm ET. Below is a Prime Day deal sneak peek.
- Save 50% on Amazon Echo, only $89.99
- Save $15 on Echo Dot, only $34.99
- Save $30 on Kindle Paperwhite, only $89.99
- Save $40 on Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, only $89.99
- Fire 7, our best-selling tablet, only $29.99
- Prime members who haven't yet tried Amazon Music Unlimited can add four months of the full catalog streaming service for just $0.99 when buying Echo devices, Fire TV streaming media players or Fire tablets
- Save $75 on Echo Show and Arlo Security Camera bundle
- Save 30% on Echo Dot and TP-Link Smart Plug bundle
- Save $50 on August Smart Lock
- Echo Dot and Sony XB10 bundle, under $70
- Save big on Sony XB950B1 Extra Bass Wireless Headphones
- Save 45% on Libratone One Click portable Bluetooth speakers
- Save up to 50% on select video games, consoles and accessories
- Save up to 40% on PC gaming laptops, desktops and accessories
- Save 30% on RepRap Guru 3D Printer
- Save 50% on two-pack of Tile Slim Phone Finders
- Save big on Game of Thrones: The Complete Seasons 1-6 + Digital HD [Blu-ray]
- Save 40-50% on Prime Exclusive clothing, handbags and more
- Save 30% on select clothing, shoes and more for men, women, kids and baby
- Save big on diamond stud earrings – 1 carat diamond stud earrings for 499.99 or ½ carat diamond stud earrings for $239.99
- Save up to 70% on select Samsonite two-piece spinner sets
- Save up to 40% on select furniture, mattresses and rugs
- Save 20% on nursery essentials
- Save $100 on the Bissell Multi Reach Cordless Stick Vacuum
- Save up to 40% on Radio Flyer, Crayola, K'NEX and more
- Save up to 30% on select Under Armour training gear
- Save 30% on select adidas apparel
- Save up to 50% on select Callaway Golf products
- Skywalker Trampolines Jump N' Dunk Trampoline with safety enclosure and basketball hoop, 8-Feet, only $119.99
- Save 30% on the Sportstuff 1030 Adventure Stand Up Paddleboard with accessories
- Save 25% or more on AmazonBasics – from office products to outdoor gear
- Get 20% back on thousands of items with an Amazon Prime credit card including select Disney Pixar Cars toys, select Thule jogging strollers and luggage, and select Yamaha musical instruments
- Save up to 50% on grocery items by Amazon, including Wickedly Prime and Happy Belly products
- Save 40% off your first six months of Audible membership, and enjoy the world's largest library of audiobooks plus original audio programming (just $8.95/mo for 6 months)
Starting at 9pm ET members can visit www.amazon.com/primedaytvdeals to shop top TV deals. TV deals will run at various times throughout the 30-hour shopping period. Select TV deals include:
- Newly released Element 55-inch 4K Ultra HD smart LED TV – Amazon Fire TV Edition, only $399.99
- 25% off select TCL smart TVs, starting at $119.99 for a 28-inch
- 32-inch 720p TCL TV, only $99.99
- 40-inch 1080p TCL TV, only $199.99
- 55-inch premium brand 4K smart LED TV, only $599.99
- Get 15% back on select Samsung TVs, audio and more on Prime Day with an Amazon Prime credit card
Thousands of small businesses and entrepreneurs on Amazon from around the world are participating in Prime Day by offering products at the lowest prices of the year. In fact, more than 40 percent of all Lightning Deals will come from small businesses and entrepreneurs this year. Some of these deals include:
- Save more than 30% on Furbo Dog Camera with Interactive Treat Tossing, HD Wi-Fi Cam and 2-Way Audio
- Save 20% on Jackery Bolt 10050 External Battery Pack
- Save 25% on Salt and Pepper Grinder Set from Willow & Everett
- Save 20% on 6-Pack of Assorted Natural Chewing Gum from Simply Gum
- Save 35% on Mo+M Designer Cotton Baby Carrier from Mother's on the Move
- Save 20% on 12-month Banner Cutout from Handmade Artisan Confetti Momma
- Save 20% off handmade from Kahili Creations
In addition to exclusive early access with Alexa, Prime members also have access to Alexa deals through July 17. Offers will change, so be sure to ask, "Alexa, what are your Prime Day deals?" often to get the latest information on deals including:
- Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Film Camera for $99 – say, "Alexa, order an Instax camera"
- Save 25% on Hasbro Speak Out Game – say, "Alexa, order Speak Out"
- Save 35% on Soylent Meal Replacement Drink, Cacao, 14 ounce bottles, Pack of 12 – say, "Alexa, order Soylent"
- 90-day free trial of AmazonFresh for all new and existing Prime members who shop with Alexa – say, "Alexa, buy bananas [or any other grocery item] from Fresh"
Prime members can shop hundreds of exclusive Prime Day deals through Prime Now and get free two-hour delivery. Select deals include:
New customers get $10 off their first Prime Now order and $10 off their next order using promotional code 10PRIMEDAY.
Stock up with 25% off summer essentials including Halo Top ice cream, La Croix sparkling water, fresh strawberries as well as up to 30% off select wine, beer and spirits in select cities.
- Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
- China, Britain pledge cooperation as UK leaves EU
- Nigeria troops arrest 400-plus Boko Haram fighters, families
- Rules protecting coal miners' dust exposure up for review
- South Africa ruling party's fight for its future kicks off