Now Is the Best Time to Sign Up for Prime

The anticipated worldwide summer sales event is sneaking up fast. This year, Amazon Prime Day 2019 starts on Monday, July 15, and runs 48 hours through the end of day July 16.

For those who don’t know—and I imagine there aren’t many of you—Amazon Prime Day is Cyber Monday meets Black Friday meets Boxing Day in July. But on Prime Day, you don’t need to fight your way through throngs at the mall. If you’re a Prime member, all you have to do is watch for advance alerts of discounts on popular products, order online and wait for free shipping to bring your treasures home.

In the run-up to what is becoming the largest day of mass-spending in the United States, Amazon is offering huge discounts on all of its Prime services, and Amazon Prime devices. Now’s the best time ever to sign up for what is probably the most monthly subscription-based anything, on earth.

There Are Early Prime Day Deals Available Now

Amazon devices:

Save $100 on Fire TV Recast right now. Plus, starting July 8, save $80 on a bundle Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Echo Dot (just $169).

Amazon Music:

Prime members who haven’t yet tried Amazon Music Unlimited can get four months of the premium streaming tier for 99 cents (normally $9.99 a month).

Prime Video:

Get 50% off rentals on select popular movies right now.

Fire TV Stick and two months of HBO with Prime Video channels:

Through July 16, Prime members can purchase a Fire TV Stick and two months of HBO with Prime Video Channels at a discounted price.

Prime Pantry:

Through July 16, get $10 off all orders of $40 or more from Prime Pantry and save on thousands of grocery and household essentials.

Kindle Unlimited:

Prime members who haven’t yet tried Kindle Unlimited can get their first three months of unlimited reading free when they sign up.

Amazon Books and Amazon 4-star:

Through July 16, members who shop at Amazon Books locations across the U.S. or Amazon 4-star locations (open for their first Prime Day!) can get a $10 Amazon gift card on a purchase of $50 or more. Prime members shopping at Amazon Books and Amazon 4-star locations will also find exclusive Prime Day giveaways and deals on products.

Amazon Brands:

Save up to 50% off styles from Amazon Essentials, AmazonBasics, and other Amazon fashion brands.

Whole Foods:

From July 3 through July 16, U.S. Prime members who spend $10 at Whole Foods Market get a $10 credit to use on Amazon for Prime Day. Whole Foods Market will also offer Prime members exclusive weekly deals on summertime favorites with discounts of 25-50% off.

Back-to-school discounts:

Amazon currently is offering back-to-school sales up to 30% off college essentials as well as on supplies like headphones, markers, and glue for younger students.

Speaking of back-to-school savings … Amazon has launched a Happy School Year store for Prime Day. Here, parents, students, and educators can find savings on laptops, shoes, backpacks, clothing, and more.

Household essentials:

Right now, you can get up to 30% off baby wipes, paper towels, vitamins, and other household essentials.

Magazine subscriptions:

Get up to 85% off The New Yorker, HGTV Magazine, and lots more.

Twitch deals:

From July 3 through July 16, shoppers can use Amazon coupon code “PRIME2019” to get 30% off all Twitch Merch purchases. Amazon also announced “Twitch Sells Out,” a shopping-channel stream that will highlight the best Amazon Prime Day Twitch deals for gamers. (The stream will begin on Prime Day.) Anyone can watch the stream on Twitch, but only Prime members will be able to make purchases direct from the stream.

Prime Day Concert:

This Prime member–exclusive concert will happen on July 10 with Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, SZA, and more artists performing.

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