This year’s Amazon Prime Day starts at 3:00 on July 16 and ends 36 hours later. However, you can snag some smoking hot Prime Day leadup deals right now. Here are a few of my favorites.
First of all, you can only take advantage of Amazon’s Prime Day deals with a Prime membership – if you don’t have one, click here to get your free 30-day trial now.
Also, please note that for any of the low-cost or free trials mentioned here, Amazon will start billing you for the subscription after the trial period is over. Therefore, you’ll need to set a calendar reminder toward the end of the trial to decide whether you want to keep the service or cancel it before your credit card is billed.
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If you’ve never tried Amazon Kindle Unlimited, treat yourself to a three-month trial subscription for only 99 cents – that’s just a buck for three whole months of Amazon Kindle Unlimited! You’ll then have access to a wide variety of Kindle books which you can check out for an unlimited amount of time, up to 10 books at one time.
I’ve subscribed to Kindle Unlimited almost since it started, and it’s a great deal. I can always find great reading material for myself and the kids.
With your Amazon Prime subscription, you can already listen to over a million different songs on demand and ad-free. If you’ve never tried their top-tier music service, Amazon Music, you can get a four-month trial subscription now for just 99 cents. That’s 99 cents for four months of Amazon Music!
Audible, Amazon’s digital audiobook service, is also offering a stunning deal with 66 percent off a three-month subscription.
Try Amazon Fresh and get $30 off your first order.
If you’ve already got Amazon Prime, you’ve got Twitch Prime, too, which would interest any video game fans in your household. Twitch Prime offers free games every month, and signup is free for Prime members.
Amazon’s Echo Show looks like something that might make my Christmas list and a whole lot of others. It’s basically an Amazon Echo with a screen, so Alexa can both talk to you and show things to you. For a limited time, the Amazon Echo Show is selling for just $129.99 – a $100 discount from its regular price.
Amazon may release additional deals in the time leading up to Prime Day, plus the event itself usually offers some spectacular sales.
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