Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner and this year, we're more excited than ever.
Prime Day, as the name implies, is for Prime members.
So, with Prime Day about to begin here are some tips for staying safe online. And oh, how many categories there are, from clothes to garden supplies to electronics, you can find Prime Day deals on just about anything you can think of.
There's a good reason Amazon users spent more than £3.3 billion on products in just 36 hours a year ago. Games that received less-than-stellar reviews at launch are also quite cheap, with Anthem: Legion of Dawn Edition selling for $20 and Fallout 76 down to $25.
Whether you are looking for a new iPhone case, want to stock up on a bunch Nintendo Switch titles (or actually buy a Nintendo Switch, finally), or are hoping to upgrade your analog house into a smart home, Prime Day is the best time of the year in the middle of the year to find what you need for less. The next page will show you the next available delivery times and one- or two-hour delivery windows. Meanwhile, at Walmart, there's an Xbox One S bundle that includes a game of your choice, a bonus wireless controller, and a headset for around $300 (price varies based on your picks). If you are interested in grabbing some new hardware, now's the time to do it. Get your order in now, before these price drops are gone!
Of course, navigating millions of offers is no easy task.
Controllers, headsets, memory cards, and other accessories make up a core part of the hobby for many gamers, and having the right gear is crucial.
The e-commerce giant's daughter company is selling the newest generation of the popular 8-incher, commercially released just previous year, at a new all-time low price of $39.99 in a 32GB configuration. See our disclosure policy for more details.
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