The Best Prime Day Deals of 2018

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Bargain hunters, take note. Day two of Prime Day 2018 is officially here and new deals are still being released by the minute. (Not a Prime member? You can sign up for a free 30-day trial — which gives you access to all Prime perks and Prime Day deals — and cancel any time).

Although Amazon hardware has played a big role on Prime Day deals, we're also seeing solid sales on laptops and peripherals — not just from Amazon, but from some of its rivals as well. Amazon Warehouse is also offering 20 percent off refurb laptops and tablets.

Our deal team will be weeding out the bad deals and bringing you the best Amazon has to offer, so make sure to bookmark our page for the best Prime Day deals as they're released.

The Best Prime Day Deals So Far

Below are the best deals we're currently seeing. (Keep in mind you may have to sign into your Prime account to see some of the deal prices, as the discounts are made during final checkout for some items).





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Check back often as we update this page with the best daily deals from Amazon.

Prime Day Whole Foods Discount

If you live near a Whole Foods, Prime members can snag a $10 Amazon credit when they spend $10 or more in-store at Whole Foods through July 17. (Here are instructions on how to sync your Prime account with the Whole Foods app).

We already got our credit and the process was simple. After your purchase, Amazon automatically sends you an e-mail informing you of your credit, which will automatically apply to any Amazon purchase you make from 3am (ET) on July 16 through 2:59pm (ET) on July 18. The $10 credit can be redeemed once by any adult tied to your Amazon Household account. For instance, a couple who share a Prime account can each get $10 back from Whole Foods for a total of $20 back.

Why are we so excited about the $10 credit?  Well, you can use that credit to drop the price of the Echo Dot from its current sale price of $29.99 to just to $19.99, an all-time price low for this Alexa speaker. Or get the Fire TV Stick for just $9.99, an incredible deal.

Prime Day 2018: What's New

Prime Day 2018 will be longer and bigger than ever.  Here's a breakdown of what's new for this year.

  • It's longer: At 36 hours, Prime Day 2018 is six hours longer than Prime Day 2017 and the longest Prime Day Amazon has planned in its brief 4-year history.
  • Free multi-city events: Amazon is sending giant "Smile" boxes to five international cities including New York, Los Angeles, London, Milan, and Tokyo. Each box will be opened prior to Prime Day. New York's event included a concert with Ariana Grande, which you can stream here. If you live in one of the cities, you can keep track of the streams here.
  • Whole Foods deals: In addition to the $10 credit mentioned above, on Prime Day, Whole Foods shoppers will enjoy an extra 10 percent off select items (in addition to the 10 percent members are currently saving). Through July 17, Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card members — who are also Prime members — will get 10 percent back on purchases when shopping at Whole Foods. Normally, it's restricted to 5 percent.
  • Daily free games on Twitch: PC gamers, listen up. In anticipation of Prime Day, Amazon is giving Prime members a free game every day. You can check out the schedule here.

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