Best Prime Day Deals On The Things You Want, And Can Now Actually Afford
Have you been waiting for an extra-special day of online shopping sales to treat yourself to something new, or hoping that everyday essential would go down in price before getting out your credit card? You're in luck — today, July 12, is Amazon Prime Day 2016, and thousands of deals are ready for you to start saving on everything you want and need. Starting at 12 a.m. PST, Prime members will have exclusive access to more than 100,000 deals on products ranging from hair tools to athletic shoes, for just 24 hours.
(Not a Prime member? Sign up here for a free 30-day trial, plus you'll get access to all of today's deals.)
In addition to the deals that last all day, Amazon has Lightning Deals, which are sales on some of the most coveted products in their inventory that are only promoted for a short time on the site. For these, you will have to be quick, as some of the best deals sold out in minutes last year.
Prefer to check out only the highest savings of the day? Here are the awesome Deals of the Day for Prime Day 2016 that'll help you save on the products you want most:
The essential kitchen tool for any chef's needs.
Clean your entire floors — without lifting a finger!
The perfect grill for both tailgating and backyard BBQing.
Print your favorite snapshots directly from your cell phone, all from this mobile printer.
Get spa-like results — a brighter complexion and more even skin tone — all from the comfort of your own home.
Finally, a game where Britney Spears and Angry Birds can be the correct answers!
Get your game on right out of the box with this bundle.
Update: Sold out - check out Microsoft Xbox One Console System With Kinect (Refurbished), $220 (Was $245), Amazon
Enjoy the ease of cooking with this best-selling, multi-functional gadget.
Lightweight and flexible, this is the perfect shoe for runners, new and experienced alike.
Check out all the amazing deals for Prime Day on Amazon.
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