It’s Already Prime Day For These Early Bird Amazon Deals
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Although Prime Day hasn't officially hit (it'll be here on July 12 and 13, ICYMI!), the deals are already coming in hot. With just a week to go before the big day(s), Amazon is slashing prices on beauty, home, summer fashion essentials, fan-fave tech gadgets, and much more — including everything from the Echo Show to Ring video doorbells, to name a few.
We'll be updating this here page with only the best early Prime Day deals as they roll through. But, in the meantime, start your Prime Day shopping now with a selection of markdowns up for virtual grabs. You know what they say: buy now, brag forever.
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