Amazon Prime Day 2022 has been scheduled for July 12-13, with the mega-retailer promising their “lowest prices ever on select products.”
“Early deals” have started already, such as on select Amazon devices, Fire TVs, and “top brands like De’Longhi, Dove, and SodaStream.”
As has been the case in the past, the deals are only available to Amazon Prime subscribers.
There are some ways to rack up some coupons and credits.
Collect 4 stamps and earn a $10 store credit. This involves making a Prime-eligible purchase of $5 or more, streaming a show on Prime Video, listening to a song with Prime Music, and borrowing an eBook on Prime reading.
Earn a $20 Amazon credit when you download and try auto-save with Amazon Photos. The $20 credit is valid on $40+ orders of products sold by Amazon.com. This offer expires July 8th, 2022.
There were some decent deals last year.
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Some of you will comment about how there are never any good deals anymore, aside from Amazon products and devices, and scores of no-name import brands’ generic lower-tier tools.
But, there are usually some decent deals and discounts, they just take a lot of searching and filtering.
I’m sure many of you have already heard about Prime Day 2022, as mass media has taken to treating it like Black Friday, but I figured it’s still worth sharing in case you were interested in the store credit opportunities.
Personally, I started “collecting Prime stamps” to get the $10 credit, but I’m not sure I’m interested in trying another photo backup service, free or not.
If you’re not a Prime member, you can sign up for a trial or I believe one-month access, if you think it will be worth it.
There are other store credit offers, as well as details on the early Prime Day deals, via the link below.