Amazon Prime Day 2019
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Amazon Prime Day 2019 fire-sale event is on July 15 & 16

Amazon biggest sales event is happening July 15 through the 16, and here are all the most important details.

Amazon is hosting its Prime Day fire-sale event on July 15 and 16, and even though, the event it’s not a national holiday, it’s now known as one of the best days to shop online after Black Friday.

If you’re not familiar, Prime Day started back in 2015, when Amazon celebrated its 20th anniversary by offering big discount for an entire day, and ever since it became an annual tradition for the company to offer big discounts in mid-July.

In 2019, Amazon’s Prime “Day” is happening on July 15 and will run for 48 hours through July 16.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be able to take advantage of big discounts on many of Amazon and non-Amazon-branded products.

What kind of discounts to expect during Prime Day?

Typically, Prime Day brings deals on Amazon-branded products, such as Amazon Echo and Fire products. You can also expect to find great deals on gadgets like 4K HDR TVs, headphones, wireless chargers, smartphones, and more.

You’re not likely to find everything that you wish to buy, but it’s a good opportunity to start piling up gifts for the upcoming holidays and stock up of things that you may need. Also, if you’re a Whole Foods Market shopper, during Amazon Prime Day, members will receive an additional 10 percent discount on many items.

Along with Amazon specific products, you can expect a slew of deals on virtually every category.

How to track all the Prime Day deals?

In order to keep up with all the deals, you can download the Amazon assistant on your web browser. Or you can check the Watch a deals section in the Amazon mobile app.

Just remember to shop smart, and don’t get carried away as many discounts won’t be better than deals you can already find on Amazon or other websites.

You can make sure that you’re grabbing a good deal by checking the item you want online, or websites like CamelCamelCamel, which keeps a history track of Amazon prices.