Amazon is running its annual Prime Day sale for a day and a half this year, with deals starting at 12:00PM Pacific/3:00PM Eastern on July 16th and running through the day on July 17th.

In order to score deep discounts on select Amazon gadgets and decent discounts on thousands of other items, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member, but you can sign up for a free trial if you’re cot already a member. After the trial ends, membership runs $119 per year or $12.99 per month and includes free 2-day shipping, access to Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon Prime Video, discounts at Whole Foods, and a bunch of other perks.

You can browse the sale, watch deals to get an alert when they’re available, get sneak peeks in the Amazon app starting July 9th, or use Alexa to shop by voice.

Or you can check out our list of some of the best deals I could find:

So what’s on sale? Here are some of the best deals I could find so far.

This page will be updated continually through July 17th. 

Amazon Prime Day starts this afternoon at 3:00PM Eastern and lasts all day tomorrow, which really makes it Prime Day and a half. But you don’t have to wait for the internet retail giant’s big sale to start in order to score a deal.

Other stores are running their own sales, and most of Amazon’s device deals are already live, meaning you can save big on Fire tablets, Kindle eReaders, Echo smart speakers, and Fire TV media streamers.

Here are some of Prime Day’s best deals.

Amazon Fire tablets

Amazon Kids Edition tablets

Amazon Echo devices

Amazon Fire TV devices

Amazon Kindle devices

Amazon Kindle eBook deals

More Amazon Media deals

Other Amazon devices

Media Streamers/micro-consoles

Headphones

Speakers

Whole Foods perks

  • Save 10% on hundreds of items at Whole Foods Market stores
  • Spend $10 or more at Whole Foods between July 11 and 17 and get $10 Amazon credit to spend on Prime Day
  • Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders get 10% cash back on up to $400 of Whole Foods purchases during Prime Day (instead of the usual 5%)

Chromebooks

Windows 10 on ARM always-connected PCs for 30% off

Huawei deals

Smartphones

PC accessories

WiFi

Storage

Batteries and chargers

Used and Refurbished products

Software and subscriptions

Other

You can always find more recent deals from Amazon and beyond in our daily deals section.

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14 replies on “Liliputing’s Amazon Prime Day deals roundup (7-16-2018)”

  1. Picked up a shield, bluetooth speaker and a mouse from your links. Keep up the good work on the site

  2. It looks like the Pixelbook deal and some of the other deals might be even better if you use an amazon prime credit card. There’s a 15% back offer. For the $750 Pixelbook that’s an extra $112.

  3. Can’t seem to fin dthis deal
    Buy a Kindle eBook and get $10 credit toward eBook, print book, or Audible purchases

    1. Turns out that’s a lightning deal set to go live at 2:45PM Eastern today. I’ve been trying to avoid posting Lightning Deals here because it’s a pain to keep on top of them all and I’d rather just share things that will be on sale all day. But NVIDIA didn’t make that one clear ahead of time.

  4. Here’s a great deal! /sarc

    If you buy the 3 pack of these CO detectors, the special Prime Day pricing is only $2 or $3 more than if you buy three separately! (I’ve never understood why so many things are way more expensive on Amazon if you buy a 2 or 3 pack.)

  5. that Essential phone is a great deal. many people combining it with American Express Rewards are getting another $93 dollars off

  6. Britain seems skeptical.
    “Amazon Prime Day deals ‘not what they seem'”
    By Brian Milligan BBC
    ….However, Which? warned that some goods could be bought more cheaply outside the promotion period.
    “Although these time-limited sales events can offer great discounts, not all offers will be as good as they seem,” said Adam French, Which? consumer rights editor.

    and further examples of even price increases.

    1. Thus the value of curated lists like this one — I’m not promising that everything in this list is at an all-time low (although some items, like the $20 Fire TV Stick absolutely are). But for the most part everything featured in this list is being sold at a deep discount.

      I do wonder why anyone would buy a Moto G6 for $260 when you could get an Essential Phone with twice the storage and a much faster processor for $10 less. But I’ve included both because they’re both being sold well below their normal prices.

      1. Personally I’d probably go for the X4 over either of those. Not a fan of the G6, and not a fan of power hungry 800 series Snapdragon processors. Downside–only 32GB storage and 3GB ram.

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