Amazon Prime Day 2019 is
less than two weeks away here now (July 15-16, 2019). There are already some deals that could make sense for meat-and-three lovers, owners, cooks and more.
If you have not heard of this big day yet, then now may be the time to get familiar. To celebrate their 20th year anniversary, Amazon established these special days waay back in the year 2015.
Of course, it’s just one more way for the company to make more money, but that should come as no surprise. Still, there are some excellent deals to be had. We’ll add to the list below with appropriate items as updates occur, so please feel free to check back right here!
You must be an Amazon Prime Member in order to participate (although I’ve heard there are a very few exceptions). You’ll get free two-day shipping on many selected items as well as access to such things as Prime movies, music, books, photo storage, etc. There are also items with one-day shipping, which can come in handy (I’ve used it several times!).
There is a 30-day Amazon Prime Trial Membership that you can sign-up for, to give it a try. You will need a valid credit card that you tie in to the account in order to access all the Prime benefits and be able to engage in this huge shopping day.
Other Retailers Fighting Back with Their Own Deals
As one might expect, the competition is not going to take it lying down. Competitors like eBay, Gap, Kohl’s, Old Navy, Target and WalMart are offering deals of their own. These can include the days before Amazon Prime Days as well as flash sales and all-month-long sales.
Prepare to do some comparison shopping, paying attention to the fine print and options and more. Make sure you do your homework, but don’t be afraid to grab a good deal when you find one, especially if it is a must-have item for the house and yard, your kids’ school clothes or supplies, or items for the professional workplace (like a meat-and-three kitchen).
Make sure you take advantage of Amazon Prime Day 2019 if a membership makes sense for you. (Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial)