Amazon Prime Day 2023 will start on Tuesday, July 11, and will go on till Wednesday, July 12. Choose Prime Day deals—generally discounts on Amazon’s items—have begun approximately 48 to 72 hours before the official start date. We’d look forward to seeing more than the grabbing of the early deals Amazon is as of now promoting pop up as early as July 8 and 9 this year. Prime Day
will start in the morning on July 11 and present you with many ways to save, some with limited inventory, all through the day, in addition to all-day discounts.

Amazon presents Prime- exotic deals on Wirecutter-recommended brands such as Sony, Bose, and Theragun. The company is also launching an invite-only deals program specifically for products it has anticipated are likely to sell out—Prime members can sign up for having their hands before the event.

A few initial Prime Day price falls are already on the table, with Amazon giving out discounts on its products, taking into account Wirecutter-recommended devices like the Kindle Paperwhite Kids ebook reader and the Echo Dot Kids (5th Gen) Alexa smart speaker. From now through midnight Pacific Time on July 7, 2023, Prime members can also be the lucky recipient of a $15 Amazon credit if they download the Amazon Photos app and upload their first photo.

There are many methods for shopaholics can get ready for Prime Day. As in years past, Prime members can once again fix up deal alerts relying on past Amazon searches and recently viewed items. Go to the Prime Day event page on the Amazon app between now and Prime Day to fix up a deals alert, and you will be notified when deals become available.

Starting Monday, July 3, 2023, through Monday, July 10, 2023, Prime members can receive a $5 promotional credit by buying an Amazon eGift Card costing $50 or more. This is a good way to save a few extra if you plan to spend in advance at least $50 on Prime Day particularly since that $50 gift card can also be used for your purchase.

Post order is placed, shoppers will get an email guiding them to redeem the credit (which is redeemable through Friday, August 25), and their savings will show at checkout.

Only present Prime members are eligible for this offer. But that is not an issue, taking into view that you also have to be a Prime member to score many of Amazon’s Prime Day deals. Additionally, non-members can at any time take benefit from this offer and Amazon’s Prime Day discounts by going up for a 30-day free trial.