Expert tips to save money on Amazon Prime Day Sale 2022
Prime Day salewill kick off on July 23 and last until July 24.
- The sale will offer discounts on smartphones, laptops, home appliances, and electronics.
- The two-day sale event is exclusively for Prime subscribers.
- Below, we have curated some simple tips to help you save extra money on the Amazon Prime Day Sale.
AdvertisementThe Amazon Prime Day 2022 is all set to go live this week on 23 and 24 July in India for Prime members. The e-commerce giant has promised great deals and offers on products across various categories, including apparel, electronics, household appliances, smart devices, laptops, and more.
Ahead of the sale, the e-commerce giant has revealed up to 40 percent discount on smartphones and accessories. Besides this, the company offers up to 75 percent discount on laptops and headphones. Also, you will get an additional 10 percent discount on using SBI and ICICI bank cards (credit, debit).
While the hype around the deals and sale may feel overwhelming, there are some key points you can keep in mind before you head into shopping. These tips will help you save extra during
Keep your payment methods ready
Many other users are probably purchasing any product available at a good deal during the sale. Items like smartphones and smart devices will be sold on offer until the stocks last, meaning being quick is important to get hands on these deals.
To grab these deals quickly, save your address and payment methods before the sale. While using services like Amazon Pay Later or adding credit cards, make sure you have enough credit limits to make your purchase.
Know which products you can exchange
The best thing about the Amazon Prime Day Sale is that many products which you want to buy can be exchanged with something else. These can be old laptops, smartphones, or even household appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners.
Exchanging an old product can be beneficial as you get an extra exchange bonus and hefty discounts.
Other than that, keeping details of old products such as key specifications and product ID will save time while making purchases as you have to enter these details while exchanging the product.
Check bank offers
The best way to get extra discounts is to use the bank offers as they are the main deal makers during these sales. By using ICICI or SBI bank cards you can get an additional 10 percent discount on transactions.
Track prices before the sale
Ahead of the Prime Day Sale, it is a good idea to wishlist the items you want to buy and monitor their prices before the sale begins. Also, be aware of how much the prices are going up and down during the sale, as this might affect your buying decision.
Set your budget and know what you want to buy
Remember, pretty much everything is made to look like it is on sale during the sale. When you head into the sale, you clearly see what you want to buy and how much you can spend on it. Make sure you don't fall into tempting deals and spend a lot on unnecessary stuff.
Look for the best early deals
One of the best ways to save money is that you can start early to snag the best deals. Most of the time during Amazon Prime Day Sale, smartphones and smart devices are available on early deals. It is a good idea to start searching for early deals to save some extra money.
Check the warranty and return policies
Before you buy any product, check the warranty and return policies. Some products have a specified number of days you can return them. Also, some products may be non-refundable or have special terms and conditions. Be sure to check these policies before making your final purchase.
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