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Amazon Prime Day is live and with it are thousands of deals on thousands of items, prominent among them tech devices across the spectrum Amazon devices to laptops and computers and smart home essentials — and while the first day of deals is winding down, the savings aren’t. The sale, which runs throughWednesday, Oct. 14 (as far as we know right now), offers up massive sales on significant items

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Shop all the best tech deals

Prime Day was created by Amazon, which has an affiliate relationship with Shop TODAY. Whenever you buy an Amazon product through our site, Amazon pays Shop TODAY a small commission on that sale.


Amazon Prime Day is live and with it are thousands of deals on thousands of items, prominent among them tech devices across the spectrum Amazon devices to laptops and computers and smart home essentials — and while the first day of deals is winding down, the savings aren’t. The sale, which runs throughWednesday, Oct. 14 (as far as we know right now), offers up massive sales on significant items like TVs and mattresses, as well as noteworthy savings on distinct and lower-priced items like gifts, apparel, simple home electronics and even groceries. Though Amazon started this sale in 2015, it has since grown so much that other retailers offer similarly large-scale sales during Prime Day, meaning you

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44 Amazing Early Prime Day Deals You Can Shop Right Now

Amazon Prime Day is now less that 24 hours away. While the early hours of tomorrow morning mark the start of the limited-time deals the shopping event is known for, we’ve already seen several early Prime Day deals that are too good to pass up — and in many cases prices are knocked down by over $100 or up to 60% off.

To help you wade through the huge number Prime Day deals that you can already shop now, we’ve listed all of our favorites below. So far we’ve seen just about every category represented, from home improvement to electronics to home and kitchen. Amazon’s own line of Alexa-ready tech devices have been some of the most popular early Prime Day deals, with discounts on the Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Auto, as well as Fire TVs and other smart home devices.

See all the best pre-Prime Day deals below,

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The best smartphone deals we expect on Amazon Prime Day 2020, and how to shop for unlocked phones

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You’re not the only one to notice that high-end smartphones have been getting incredibly pricey over the last couple years. Luckily, Amazon Prime Day 2020 is just two days away, and we usually see excellent discounts on great smartphones during the deal event.

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Indeed, no one should be paying full price for a smartphone these days when opportunities like Prime Day can shave off some of the price tag. And if Prime Day 2020 doesn’t offer a deal on a phone you like, rest assured that you can probably find a deal somewhere else throughout the year.

If you’re not an Amazon Prime member yet and you’re interested in checking it out, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial with full benefits before

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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Get a $10 credit when you shop at Whole Foods

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Amazon Prime Day is officially slated for October 13-14, and while you can expect to find thousands of great deals across many categories, there’s an easy way to save even more: by buying your groceries at Whole Foods.

That’s correct. By simply making a purchase of $10 or more at Whole Foods online or in-store, you can get a $10 credit to use on Amazon for Prime Day. 

This is a great deal because everyone needs groceries — and you’re probably planning to buy some anyway. You can effectively buy necessary items that you would’ve purchased regardless of any promotion and get free money to spend as a Prime member in the process.

Alcohol, taxes, tips, stamps, gift cards, delivery fees, and regulatory fees don’t apply to the $10 purchase minimum. Once

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The Best Early Beauty Deals to Shop Right Now

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From Prevention

Amazon Prime Day 2020 is right around the corner, and we cannot wait to get our hands on some of the best beauty deals of the season. The online retailer announced that the two-day event will kick off on October 13 and 14. In order to take advantage of the annual sale, you must be an Amazon Prime member. Amazon membership fees are $12.99 per month or $119 per year, giving you access to Prime Day, as well as sales at Whole Foods and a free library to stream top-notch movies and TV shows.

Although Prime Day in 2020 is later than usual, it provides even more mindful shopping with the holidays nearing. Think: moisturizers, serums, and scrubs, all of which make good gift ideas. And now, members can already take advantage of Prime Day 2020 with many early sales live.

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Corey Haas’ latest work in bowhunting and the outdoors is the Bow Shop Bible app, another example of the intersection of modern technology and the outdoors.

Corey Haas’ breakthrough for archery came around 13 with an aluminum arrow found while pheasant hunting at Des Plaines State Fish and Wildlife with family and friends.

Fascination with that arrow turned into a lifetime pursuit.

“I get a little obsessive compulsive with some things,” he said. “I did with a bow.”

By 16, he took his first buck in Will County. Jump ahead 27 years and Haas, 43, a union electrician from Channahon, was the creative force behind the Bow Shop Bible app, released around Christmas.

Archery season for deer in Illinois opens Oct. 1.

Last weekend I discussed the app with Haas, who was raised a duck and goose hunter. His late dad, Alan, was a noted taxidermist in Lockport.

The intersection of technology and outdoors fascinates me.

Explosive changes in GPS altered fishing and anchoring. Crossbows are vastly different than other bows. The monofilament fishing line I

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