It’s Prime Day, and everyone’s getting in on the fun. But if you can’t find the deals you want during Amazon, Walmart, or Best Buy’s sales events, then it’s time to shop at Target. You can find killer deals at Target today, including heavy discounts on AirPods, Nintendo games, TVs, and instant film cameras.
It’s Amazon Prime Day, and like clockwork, Best Buy is running its own “Bigger Deal” event. And to our surprise, Best Buy’s deals are actually pretty unique—Amazon sure ain’t discounting Apple products! Here are the best discounts available on Best Buy today.
Prime Day is just around the corner, and we’ve already come across a few early Prime Day deals on smart home supplies and tablets. But today’s deal is a real doozy—Amazon is offering all of its Prime Video Channels for a $1 each.
Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year starts June 21st, but the company is already advertising early deals on its official Prime Day landing page. If you can’t wait for Prime Day, now’s your chance to save up to 40% on smart home devices, networking tools, tablets, Amazon Basics products, and more—remember, Father’s Day is June 20th!
Target doesn’t want to let Amazon and Walmart have all the fun, which is why the company just announced its own “Deal Days” from June 20-22nd. Essentially matching Amazon’s Prime Day and Walmart’s Black Friday-like “Deals for Days” events, both happening later this month.
After learning that Amazon Prime Day kicks off on June 21st, Walmart is copying Amazon again and says it’ll host its own biggest sale of the year a day earlier. Confirming the Walmart ‘Deals for Days’ sale on June 20th-23rd. However, we’re not sure what type of deals to expect.
It’s finally Prime Day, the biggest two-day sales event of the year and the best time to buy discounted TVs, computers, headphones, and other high-ticket items on Amazon. So what are you waiting for? Here’s our constantly updated list of the best deals throughout Prime Day.
It looks like those early reports were right. Amazon Prime Day is (almost) here, and as always promises to have some of the best deals of the year. So get your Christmas shopping done early because Prime Day(s) starts at Mightnight PDT on June 21st and runs until 11:59 PDT on June 22nd.
According to a report from Bloomberg News, Amazon’s yearly Prime Day sale will likely kick off on June 21st and 22nd. After pushing “Christmas in July” back to October in 2020 due to COVID-19, the company looks to debut its huge summer sale earlier than ever this year.
It’s Geek Pride Day, and Plex wants to celebrate with a Plex Pass sale. The subscription adds extra features to Plex accounts and servers like hardware transcoding, offline sync, and more. Normally $5 a month or $120 for lifetime access, you can get either for 20% off anywhere in the world Plex is.