Amazon Prime Day 2018: When It is, Shopping Tips and More

Amazon Prime Day 2018: When Is It and What Deals Are Coming?

Amazon Prime Day 2018

Amazon Prime Day 2018: When Is It and What Deals Are Coming?

Bargain hunters are counting down the minutes to the start of the annual mid-summer sale on Although an official date for Amazon Prime Day 2018 has not been confirmed, earlier last week Tech Radar uncovered a hidden banner image on Amazon's site that disclosed that Amazon Prime Day 2018 starts at noon on Monday, July 16 in the US and lasts until midnight on Tuesday 17th.

Now celebrating its fourth year, Prime Day 2018 is expected to last for 36 hours, which is 12 hours longer than last year's event, which lasted for 24 hours. So what can you expect from this year's deal-a-thon? We're here to tell you everything you need to know about Amazon's sizzling summer event.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is the corporation’s yearly one-day sales event exclusively for Prime members. It offers tons of deals on an array of products over a 30+ hour period.

Can You Shop Prime Day if You're Not a Prime Member?

The straight answer is no, but you can try out the service for free with a 30-day trial, which will qualify you for Prime Day.

What Are The Best Things to Buy?

There's no way to know for certain what's in store for 2018, but we can assume that deals on electronics, home and kitchen appliances, baby products, entertainment, and more will be popular. You'll be able to find the full list of deals on Amazon's website, but because it can get tough to sort through the thousands of deals, we will be doing the dirty work for you. Check back once Prime Day has begun for a breakdown of the best deals.

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