Amazon Prime Day, the online retailer’s biggest day of discounts, is in full swing, and there’s still time to capitalize on the deep discounts.
Like with any single-company sale (versus, say, Boxing Day), take it with a grain of salt: what may look like a great deal and deep discounts today may actually still be more expensive than another retailer on a typical day. And these deals are only for Prime members, too. If you don’t have a $79/year membership to Prime, you’ll have to factor that cost, too. Prime in Canada gets you free two-day shipping, no free shipping minimum, access to Prime-only products, and online photo storage.
When you’re watching deals today, it pays to follow along with sites that are all about the deals. Canadian-focused deal sites like Bargain Moose or Red Flag Deals will sort through the pages and pages of Prime Day discounts available to you, saving you time and effort.
Here’s a look at some of the best deals you can jump on right now:
Xbox One S 500 GB bundle (includes two wireless controllers, Kinect sensor, chatpad, Kinect adapter and three digital game codes) – $329.99 (regular price $620.45)
Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker (8 quart) – $99.99 (regular price $179.99)
KitchenAid Professional 6-quart Bowl Lift Stand Mixer (Empire Red colour, same discounted price for Silver or Onyx Black) – $299.99 (regular price $499.99)
Kindle Paperwhite (6″ high-resolution display with built in light, Wi-Fi) – $99.99 (regular price $139.99)
Kindle Voyage (6″ high-resolution display with adaptive built in light, page press sensors and Wi-Fi) – $249.99 (regular price $299.99)
DEWALT 20V Brushless String Trimmer with 5.0 Ah Battery (all DEWALT tools are up to 40 per cent off) – $169.99 (regular price $369.99)
FurReal Friends (Rorain’ Tyler, The Playful Tiger) – $125.99 (regular price $179.99)
iRobot Roomba 860 Vacuum Cleaning Robot – $474.99 (regular price $699.99)
30 per cent off new subscriptions – subscribe to household items like garbage bags, dryer sheets, coffee, or cleaning products so you’ll get monthly deliveries of the items you know you’ll use