First of all, stop what you are doing right now and mark your calendar, set an alarm, leave some Post-its around the house -- do whatever works for you to ensure you’ll be ready for the big day when the clock strikes 3 a.m. ET on July 15.
Secondly, beginning July 8, you can start “watching” items you like to get an alert on whenever they go on sale on Amazon Prime Day. So if you’re perusing your app or the website and stumble on something you absolutely love, or maybe it’s something you’d like to see if you can love, just click “Watch this deal.” You’ll get an alert the moment that item becomes an Amazon Prime Day deal.
Lastly, when Amazon Prime Day comes, you know where to head -- the app, online or Alexa, in case you weren’t sure. Don’t worry, we’ve always got your back. In the app and online, when you look up an item, check for the Prime Day badge, which means it’s a Prime Day Deal.
Oh, did we mention you’ll get a preview of a bunch of deals before they even start? On July 15, you’ll be able to get a sneak peek on deals coming down the pike -- before they even start. Here’s how:
First of all, you’ll want to make sure you get notified the moment sneak peek deals begin.
0. If you prefer to use your Laptop or Desktop then Click here to download this extension for Google Chrome Browser
1. On the main page, tap the main menu (three bars in the upper left corner) and click "Settings."
2. On the next page, click "Notifications."
3. Under the Notifications menu, make sure your "Personalized Notifications" is toggled on, along with any other notifications you'd like to get (who can resist getting notifications as your new items inches closer toward you in the mail?).
If you've followed our advice, you should be A-OK in Prime Day preparations. If you're curious which items were hot last year, click here.
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