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Amazon Teases Prime Day Deals for July 15th

July 14, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

As we all know, Amazon Prime Day is tomorrow, July 15th, and Amazon is planning on having a huge sale. Bigger than Black Friday, actually. Which is going to be a big deal. Today, the company put out a press release noting some of the deals that will be going on tomorrow, July 15th, 2015, to mark Amazon’s 20th birthday. Amazon also says that deals will be popping up as soon as every ten minutes. So you’ll want to take a look throughout the day tomorrow. We’ll also have a running post with some of the better deals on electronics throughout the day tomorrow to keep you up to date.

Some of the deals for tomorrow include the Fire TV Stick for $15 off, Amazon Kindle for $30 off, Kindle Fire HD 7 for $60 off, Fire HD 7 Kids Edition for $60 off, a 32-inch LED TV for $75, a 40-inch 1080p LED TV for $115, 50-inch 4K TV Bundle for under $1000, Chromebook for only $199, along with Bose headphones being at the lowest prices ever on Amazon. There’s many more deals that are being teased as well. You can check out the press release in the source links down below.

It seems as if, Amazon is looking to sell off a ton of items tomorrow during Prime Day. And what a better day than to do it all on their 20th Birthday? Remember that this sale is only for Amazon Prime users, so you do need to sign up for Amazon Prime to take part. Although, you can also just grab a free 30-day trial of Prime and still be eligible. If you don’t want Prime after those 30-days, make sure you cancel, or you will be automatically charged. That’s just how these things work.

Amazon Prime is a $99 yearly membership which allows shoppers to get free 2-day delivery, or opt for $3.99 next-day delivery. You also get a slew of Amazon Instant Video content for free as part of the membership. Amazon’s new Music service is also part of the Prime membership as well. It’s been a pretty popular membership for Amazon, and one that seems to be getting better and better over time.