These Are Amazon Prime Day's Best 2018 Deals

These Are Amazon Prime Day's Best 2018 Deals

If you're one of the 100 million Prime members ready to shop you may be gearing up for Amazon's 4th annual Prime Shopping Day.

You already have a lot of deals on Amazon.

Amazon is also giving you a head start on your back-to-school shopping: Pens, pencils, notebooks and backpacks will all be on sale. The e-commerce service is also offering exchange offers on smartphones, electronics, and home appliances with an available no-cost EMI option.

Amazon launched Prime Day to be a midyear sales event that rivals Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and so far, it's been a success. Check out this super-quick guide to Amazon Prime Day for more!

Once you have made a decision to enter the fray, experts suggest using a price checker search engine to make sure you are getting the items on your wish list at an actual discount.

Prime Day isn't just about selling items - it's about selling Prime, too. Be on the lookout for deals on Prime Video, Amazon Music and Kindle as well. But miss them you will if you're not an Amazon Prime member. Alternatively, you can get one month of Prime for $13 and enjoy Prime Day that way instead of paying $119 for a whole year. The Amazon Prime day sale is also including smartphone accessories at a discounted price. Take advantage of the deals that make sense for you, and don't get tempted by things you don't need. After the 2017 Prime Day, Amazon has managed to create an even bigger customer base, primarily due to its Prime membership.

"The best strategy is to use Prime Day to gain customers in the long-term", says Varma. The Amazon Tap Portable Alexa Speaker will be discounted to $84.99 ($45 off), and the Fire TV Cube will be sold as a bundle with the Cloud Cam for $209.98 ($40 off). Last year's sale went up to 30 hours and this year Amazon's Prime Day sale will last for 36 hours.

Now through Prime Day, the Echo Show is $129.99, down from $229.99. Amazon will be holding six main flash sales during Prime Day.

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