Amazon’s Prime Day will be happening this month on June 21st and 22nd, filled with special pricing for you to take advantage of. The company is already launching deals for you to sink your teeth (or wallet, at least) into.
One of the most popular deals right now is a no-brainer and may not last long. If you buy into a Prime Day-themed Amazon Gift Card of $40 or more, Amazon will credit your account with a free $10 eGift card (or “promotional credit”). If you plan on spending money on Amazon anyway or plan on getting a gift card for someone in your family, why not enjoy a little free cash along with it. $10 for $40 spent is 25% cashback! So there is no doubt that “supplies” will run dry pretty quickly. The website is already sold out of the physical gift cards with metal tin that used to be a part of the deal.
Along with the promotional credit, there are already deals on certain products leading up to the big two-day sale. Some of which include 43-inch Insignia 4K TV for only $219 or a 32-inch Toshiba 720p TV for $129 (for those looking for something simple). You can find the PlayStation Plus 12-Month membership for only $45 and more.
To follow along with all of the deals currently live as they happen, you can visit the main Prime Day page where you’ll find an active ticker of products with live video feeds surrounding the sale. Along with coupons, Twitch deals, and more. There is even going to be a Prime Day Show that will feature performances by Billie Eilish, Kid Cudi, and H.E.R. within a three-part special beginning June 17th.
Of course, you’ll have to be an Amazon Prime member to have access to any of it. So if you aren’t already, you may have to consider the upgrade in order to take part in anything. Prime membership does indeed come with plenty of reasons to jump on board. Prime Day is just one of the many added bonuses in addition to it all. You’ll be presented with links to upgrade to Prime all throughout the Prime Day event, including on every (related) product page, and it all begins with a 30-day free trial.