It will be live for 48 hours (the longest Prime Day event yet), starting at 12 a.m. PT on July 15 and ending at 11:59 p.m. PT on July 16. The sale will usher in over a million deals sitewide — with new deals starting as often as every five minutes. Unsurprisingly bigger and better than ever, this year even comes with its own concert exclusively for Prime members, headlined by Taylor Swift.
To help you sift through the discounts, our team has been cherry-picking the best deals and compiling them into shoppable guides organized by category and interest, useful how-tos, and insider tricks and tips for getting the most out of the yearly event. We’ll keep updating it all in real time so you’ll never miss a deal you’re looking for.
Here’s a master list of all our coverage of Prime Day 2019 deals.
Here’s where you’ll want to go for all the best deals offered on Prime Day 2019 across all categories. Bookmark this page for easy access once July 15 arrives.
Learn the history of Prime Day and what to expect on July 15-16.
Here’s everything you need to know about Prime Day 2019 — we answer all of your frequently asked questions.
If you don’t want to get lost in a sea of more than 1 million deals, you’ll want to prepare a little and go in already knowing what you’re looking for.
We compiled a list of the deals our readers loved and bought the most last year to help you start making your own easy-to-reference wish list.
Bose is a household name in audio for a reason. Last year, Business Insider readers got the Bose QuietComfort 25 noise-cancelling headphones for $125 instead of $198. We expect similar deals in 2019.
We’ve been covering Prime Day every year since its inception, and we’ve gotten pretty good at spotting the deals that return year after year. If any of these 27 products— from DNA tests to Echo speakers — are on your summer shopping list, we recommend waiting until Prime Day to buy them.
Audible, Amazon’s audiobook app, has been discounted from $14.95 per month to $4.95 per month for your first three months if you’re a new member. You can also opt to get $30 off your annual membership (now $119.50) and receive an Echo Dot for $0.99 extra if you’ve already been a member.
For a limited time, you can take 50% off rentals on popular movies on Prime Video.
Right now for Prime Day, you can save up to 40% on groceries when shopping AmazonFresh. Plus, new AmazonFresh customers can get $15 off their first order of $35 or more with the promo code “ FRESH15” at checkout.
As of now, Amazon Music Unlimited is offering new members access to tens of millions of songs for $1 for the first four months (regularly priced at $7.99 per month).
Amazon’s Lightning Deals are limited-time, limited-stock offers that are usually available to everyone. On Prime Day, though, they’re only available to Prime members. Here’s how to make sure you don’t miss out on the ones you want.
In order to access the deals, you must be an Amazon Prime member. If you’re not already, you can sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial now so you can shop Prime Day without committing the full $119. Just make sure you cancel the membership after Prime Day if you don’t want to continue it.
We’ve been sifting through Prime Day deals and showing you the best ones since 2015, so we have a good idea of the product categories and brands you should be focusing on if you want to get the most bang for your buck. Here’s the cheat sheet.
Last year, the Roomba 671 robot vacuum was discounted $120 for a sale price of $229.99. They’re usually a few hundred dollars, and can even cost up to $1,000, so they tend to be one of our favorite Prime Day deals. Here’s what we expect based on past years.
You didn’t think we forgot about Roomba’s competitor Eufy, did you? Last year, Amazon Prime members saved $110 on the popular Eufy RoboVac 11— getting it for just $159.99. We expect similar discounts this year. Plus, you can use the Amazon app to make sure you don’t miss Eufy deals on Prime Day.
The most notable perk is fast, free shipping, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Don’t leave any perks you’re technically paying for — or getting access to via trial — still on the table.