Prime Day Deals On The Things You Want, And Can Now Afford


If you haven't heard of Amazon Prime Day, let me put it this way: If Charles Dickens were alive today, A Christmas Carol would have taken place in the summertime. That's because Prime Day is basically Christmas in July — except you don't get any fruitcake or ugly sweaters. Instead, you save a ton on high priced items you couldn't normally afford.

On Tuesday, July 11th, Prime members will have exclusive access to tons of amazing deals. And starting this year, early access to shopping will start at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET on Monday, July 10 — with new markdowns popping up as often as every five minutes.

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From deals that last all day to lightning deals that stick around only for an hour or so, there is sure to be something for everyone and every budget. But these bargains will sell out fast, so keep an eye on your Amazon app to be apprised of the latest. Of course, since you might not be able to sit next to your laptop all day waiting for Amazon to drop some savings, we're compiling a list of the very best Prime Day has to offer.

Starting Monday night, we’ll be keeping track of the best beauty deals, the toiletry essentials worth stocking up on, and so much more — so check back here for all your Prime Day–related shopping.

Your Big-Ticket Item For The Year

Element 55-Inch 4K TV, $400 (Was $650), Amazon

Each year, there's one big-ticket item that gets everyone talking, and here's the one for 2017. This TV is a high-quality option at nearly 40% off the original price.

Classic Diamond Stud Earrings For Any Occasion

10K White Gold Round Diamond Earrings, $375 (Was $535), Amazon

It's never a bad time to save on accessory essentials that will never go out of style.

The Best Option For Lazy Cleaning

iRobot Roomba Robotic Vacuum Cleaner, $250 (Was $375), Amazon

Clean your house from the comfort of your couch with this robotic cleaner that zooms around your floors, leaving them spotless.

A Classic Blender That's Sure To Please

KitchenAid Diamond Blender, $88 (Was $115), Amazon

A classic blender with nearly 1,000 reviews tells you one thing: You don't want to miss out on this deal.

Get Things Done Easier With Alexa

Amazon Echo, $90 (Was $180), Amazon

Is there anything an Echo can't do? From placing orders directly on Amazon, to streaming your favorite music and hailing a car from Uber, this device does it all.

A Professional Hair Dryer That Dries Hair Without Damage

Elchim Light Ionic Ceramic Hairdryer, $139 (Was $199), Amazon

Lightweight and easy to use, this professional hair dryer will keep your hair looking great long after you're done blow-drying, thanks to the ionic ceramic system.

A Classy Cookware Set

Cuisinart 12-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set, $158 (Was $197), Amazon

This sale price is a steal. Each piece averages to just $13 — an unbelievable price for high-quality cookware.

The Ultimate Facial Cleansing Brush

Clarisonic Mia2 Facial Cleansing Brush, $110 (Was $169), Amazon

The original facial cleansing brush which effectively removes more makeup and dirt from your face than standard face washing.

A Pair Of High-Quality, High-Bass Headphones

Bose Extra Bass Wireless Headphones, $109 (Was $198), Amazon

Unlike other headphones, these high-powered wireless headphones have extra bass to enhance your listening experience.

Keep Your Health In Check With This Powerful Tracker

FitBit Blaze, $139 (Was $200), Amazon

This stylish fitness tracker does more than just track your steps and monitor your sleep. There's also a GPS, heart rate monitor, and text functionality.

A Handy Bluetooth Speaker

Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker, $149 (Was $199), Amazon

Take the high-quality sound of Bose speakers on the go with this cult favorite mini speaker.

Make Your Own Ice Cream At Home

Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker, $90 (Was $112), Amazon

Even on the hottest of days, you'll be able to enjoy delicious homemade ice cream — now without ever leaving your home.

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