Guess what: We are here to tell you how to get Prime Day Deals even cheaper — and sooner.
Prime Day is only available to Amazon Prime members, so if you’re not part of the program, you won’t be eligible for all the big savings and deals. But there’s a way to get access to the exclusive annual shopping event without shelling out $139 per year for a membership. Note: Membership has been lowered to just $7.49 a month for college students and $7 a month for EBT or Medicaid cardholders — that's more than 50 percent off!
How to get free access
Simply sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial. The retail giant offers a lengthy 30-day free trial to entice potential members to take advantage of its exclusive benefits, including free two-day shipping, discounts at Amazon and Whole Foods and access to Prime Video and Amazon Music. And yes, a free pass to Prime Day.
Just remember to cancel your membership before the 30 days are up unless you want to pay for an annual subscription.
However, if you enjoy getting access to daily deals, free two-day shipping (sometimes one-day or two-hour delivery), discounts at Whole Foods, Amazon Music, Amazon Pharmacy, free Kindle e-books and exclusive Prime Video movies and TV shows, then just treat yourself to a membership for the entire year.
This is truly the best and smartest way to save even more money during Prime Day!
Early Prime Day deals happening right now
Check out a few of our favorite pre-Prime Day deals on items that can improve your life in ways big and small:
Shark AV752 ION Robot Vacuum
Amazon Echo Show 5
AKASO Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
Ninja NJ601AMZ Professional Blender
Hoperay Bed Neck Pillows
AQwzh Waterproof Phone Pouch
Amazon Fire TV 50" 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV
Amazon Luna Controller
INSIGNIA 24-inch Class F20 Series Smart TV
Laura Ashley Home Bedford Collection 3 Piece Bedding Set
Amazon Echo Frames
Amazon Fire 7 tablet, 7" display
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