How to shop on Amazon Prime Day 2019 - all the tips and tricks you need to save the most amount of money possible
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- First introduced four years ago, Amazon Prime Day has quickly become a well-known fixture of the online shopping world.
- Below, we show you how to take advantage of all the great deals featured during the sales event (the date of which has yet to be announced).
- Most importantly, you'll want to make sure you're a Prime member, or else you won't be able to shop on Prime Day.
- You should also bookmark the Insider Picks Prime Day 2019 page. It's where you'll find curated deal roundups and other tips and tricks related to Prime Day 2019.
For any event - a half-marathon, a surprise party, a trip to a new city - preparation is key. And yes, even shopping counts as an event, especially when you plan on buying the products you need most in your life all at once.Amazon's yearly sales event, Prime Day, certainly warrants some extra preparation ahead of time since it lasts more than a day, features more than 1 million deals worldwide, and essentially pits you against hordes of other online shoppers who also want that kitchen appliance or pair of headphones you've been eyeing.
Though Prime Day is still some weeks away, we've been doing the equivalent of getting up for early morning runs and putting in work at the gym for what is sure to be a whirlwind of a race: analyzing the deals and best sellers of past Prime Days, figuring out all the ways Prime Day will save you money beyond physical products, and more.
This isn't Insider Picks' first Prime Day rodeo, and even if it's not yours either, the following guide to how to shop Prime Day will be good refresher on everything you need to succeed during the sales event.
And if this summer is the first time you'll be shopping Prime Day, welcome to the party. Despite constant reminders that Amazon's website crashed due to overwhelming traffic last year, you shouldn't feel intimidated.