If you aren't already an Amazon Prime Member, you're definitely going to want to change that. On July 11th, the third annual Prime Day will take place and its amazing deals are exclusive to those with a Prime membership only. Those signed up for the yearly membership will receive awesome deals on everything they're into. This includes hundred of thousands of deals with new deals starting as often as every five minutes throughout a thirty hour period. Better yet, some deals last all thirty hours long.
So what do you have to do in order to benefit from this deal-saving day? First things first, you want to sign up for a Prime membership. What's fantastic is that you can opt in for the 30-day trial for free and if you don't want to take advantage of it after the thirty days are up, just cancel it. No harm, no foul, and you get away with stealing a bunch of new deals.
Once you've got that covered, you want to make sure that you download the app so you can see upcoming Prime Day deals as well as watch current deals that are happening. This includes lightning deals, TV deals, Amazon Music deals, Prime video deals and more. If you have the Amazon Echo or Alexa, you can track deals this way too.
Last but not least, you're going to want to create a list of items you're interested in before the event begins. This will allow you to receive notifications if those specific items go on sale. Pet lovers, gardeners, artist, cooks, Kindle users, and all will benefit heavily from the subscription service on this day so why not take necessary action to be fully prepared?
Most importantly, what you really need to do is tune back here to Wide Open Country to get updates on items that will be on sale throughout Prime Day. If we weren't watching for the best deal on household items, would we really be doing our jobs?
You don't want to miss the opportunity for exclusive deals on everyday essentials. It's time to get ready for one of the biggest deal saving days since Black Friday. Prime Day begins on July 10 at 6pm PT/ 9pm ET and will continue to run through July 11.