Amazon Prime Day is Monday, July 15!
Amazon’s annual holiday of deals and discounts is officially coming back on July 15 at 3pm ET. If you haven’t heard about Prime Day before, it’s a once-a-year HUGE sale at Amazon — like a gazillion items get put on sale. The annual sale runs from July 15 through July 16 with early access deals for Prime members. The Prime member exclusive holiday will last for 48 hours, making it Amazon’s longest Prime Day ever. Amazon is promising over a million deals this Prime Day with discounts on everything from 4K TVs to Fire TV Sticks. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Read my full disclosure policy here for more details. As an Amazon Affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases.
NOTE: A Cricut Maker Champagne bundle is on sale for Prime Day! The deal is good Monday and expires on Monday at 11:00 pm ET.
I’m not an Amazon Prime Member. Can I still shop Prime Day deals?
Prime Day is Amazon’s “thank you” to Prime members. As a result, shoppers must be Amazon Prime subscribers to take advantage of any deals. However, if you’re not a Prime member, there’s still hope. Amazon offers a free Prime member trial when you first sign up. After your 30-day trial is up, you can keep your membership and pay an annual fee, or cancel it before the free trial expires. Either way, your Prime trial period will let you shop deals on Prime Day.
Hopefully you’ll purchase enough deals that the 1-month membership will pay for itself. After the month is up, you can cancel with no commitment required.
You can check out the deals here and start browsing the sneak peeks as early as July 10! Select products that will receive Prime Day discounts are expected to be available from July 10 through July 16 in the Amazon app. So plan to start checking July 10th.. I’ve made a list for you to save you time and I’ll update it as more items are added.
Note: The following items are on sale during Prime Day 2019! I’m updating this list on a regular basis as I find more great deals. REMEMBER, THEY WON”T GO ON SALE UNTIL THE TIME NOTED. All times listed here are in ET (Eastern Time). You are interested in these items, I recommend you add them to your cart NOW as it will make it much easier to grab them when they go on sale!
Will other retailers have sales of their own?
A retailer to watch this year is Target. Not to be outdone, Target just announced Target Deal Days, which is the retailer’s take on Prime Day. Bottom line: Be ready for an influx of deals during the first half of July!
So here are the deals
I listed my favorites first and then lumped the rest into a single page for you to view, with photos there. This should narrow down the best deals for your area of interest because otherwise the Amazon page can be sooooo overwhelming! Hope this helps!
Deals for Crafters
Deals for Bakers (and Other Kitchen Items)
Deals that I just like
Click here for some other deals that I just like, regardless of whether you’re a crafter or baker.
If you haven’t heard about Prime Day before, it’s basically Black Friday in July, with doorbusters, flash sales and an overwhelming number of deals to browse through. I’m a Prime member (and you have to be to get these deals) and I’ve been shopping Prime Day for a while now. You can find out in advance what things are going to go on sale. I’ll be looking for some DIY & Craft deals to add to my shopping list for myself and my family.
New this year, Amazon is offering Prime Day Launches, exclusive products available only to Prime members. Check it out here.
Again, note that you need to be a Prime member to take advantage of these deals. And the good news is that Amazon Prime offers a free 30-day trial to those curious about trying the service.So if you’re at all interested in Prime, July is a great month to try it out. Membership includes free two-day shipping on Amazon orders, discounts on video game pre-orders, plus access to a bunch of Prime rewards programs.
To access it simply click this link and follow the on-screen prompts. Bonus: Anyone with a valid .edu email address can sign up for a 6-month free trial for Amazon Prime Student.
Amazon offers a 30-day free trial, so if you’re at all interested in Prime, July is a great month to try it out. The membership includes free two-day shipping on Amazon orders plus access to a bunch of Prime rewards programs. I’ve been a Prime member since 2008 and I’ve been extremely please with them.
When the deal is gone, it’s gone. Or maybe not.
Like Amazon’s daily Lightning deals, most Prime Day deals are available in limited quantities — and once they’re “claimed,” they’re gone. Or maybe not: You may see a Join Waitlist button that’ll put you in the queue to grab an item if it becomes available.
How does that happen? Sometimes other customers will add an item to their cart, then decide not to buy it (or fail to complete the purchase within 15 minutes) — at which point it goes to the next person in line. That could be you, so don’t be shy about joining the waitlist if it’s something you really want.