For Prime Day, there’s only one place you need to visit.
^( is basically a national holiday. Seriously, you should ask your boss for the day off.
But even if you have to work on Monday, July 16, don’t sweat it, because^( is the only place you need to follow to get up-to-the-minute news on the best Prime Day deals.
Here’s how it works. Go to Thrifter right now and sign up for their^( . It’s just for Prime Day — you won’t get spammed afterward, I promise. Then, go follow ^( , because they will be posting lightning Prime Day deals throughout the event’s 36-hours. (Yeah, these folks aren’t sleeping much over the next few days.)
Amazon is already trickling out a few great deals, and Thrifter is rounding them up for you on its^( , so take a look there, too. Even if you’re only interested in deals during certain times of the year, like Black Friday, you should think about paying attention to Prime Day. Last year, there were some incredible discounts on Amazon products like its line of Echo speakers, Instant Pot pressure cookers, Nintendo Switch accessories, and lots more. This year, we’re expecting even better prices on some of our favorite items.
If you’ve read this far and are still not sure what Amazon Prime Day is exactly, we’ve got^( , including times and dates, what discounts to expect, and tips and tricks on how to get the best prices on your favorite products. ^( .
Then, when you’re ready to party (and by party, we mean save some money), sign up for the^( .