8 early Prime Day deals you can buy today

It’s no secret that Amazon has too many deals to fit them all into one single day for Prime Day. Despite its name, Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year is actually a two-day event this year, but there are also a bunch of early Prime Day deals that are already live right now. Some are exclusive to Amazon Prime members, some are not, and none of them will last for long.

If you’re not a Prime member already, now’s really the best time of the year to join. You can start a free 30-day trial now to be able to shop the full Prime Day sale and all of its deals next week. You’d also score free two-day shipping and access to all of Prime’s perks like the Prime Video streaming service, Prime Gaming, and more.

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8 best early Prime Day deals & sales

There are a lot of early Prime Day deals that are already live, but if you’re looking for the best of what’s on sale, you’ve come to the right place. Some of these deals don’t require a Prime membership, but generally you will need one when trying to shop for any Prime Day exclusive offers so you’ll want to keep that in mind. Those who don’t have a membership already can start a free trial of Amazon Prime to make sure you’re prepared.

Improve the Wi-Fi connection around your home with the Meshforce Whole Home Mesh System. This 3-pack covers up to 6,000 square feet and can connect up to 60 devices. Clip the coupon on its product page and use coupon code MQFVT7QX at checkout to save over 20%.

$141.10 at Amazon

Fall in love with books in a new way; Subscribe to Audible and score a year’s worth of credits up-front so you can fill out your library immediately. Today’s deal saves Prime members $50 on a year-long membership and is only active through Prime Day on October 13 and 14.

$99.50 at Amazon

This 75-inch 4K LG smart TV is discounted to its lowest price to date right now at Amazon. It features a 4K IPS display, 120Hz refresh rate, and Alexa built-in for voice assistance.

from $996.99 at Amazon

Kids+ gives your child access to kid-friendly shows and movies, eBooks, educational games and apps, and even Audible books! It’s one of the most affordable services out there, and right now you can score a three-month family plan for just $1 through Prime Day!

$0.99 at Amazon

Prime Members can save an extra $20 on this certified refurbished model of the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery. This wireless security camera lets you view its live video feed using an app on your smartphone from anywhere in the world, and it also comes with a one-year warranty.

$59.99 at Amazon

Pick up this 200GB microSD card from SanDisk for less than $30 today! It’s a Class 10 card with A1 performance and up to 100MB/s read and write speeds.

$25.99 at Amazon

Razer’s Basilisk X HyperSpeed wireless gaming mouse can last for up to 450 hours on Bluetooth and up to 285 hours on HyperSpeed Wireless mode for lag-free gaming. It features six programmable buttons and is backed by a 2-year warranty. Today’s deal saves you $15.

$44.99 at Amazon

If you don’t need the latest and greatest Fire HD 10, you can get the previous-gen model in certified refurbished condition for just $69.99. The deal gets even sweeter with a Show Mode Charging Dock included at no extra cost, effectively turning the tablet into an Echo Show when docked. That dock is usually $55 alone.

$69.99 at Amazon

Let Thrifter help

Prime Day keeps expanding and getting bigger. While that’s great for our wallets, it makes it more and more difficult to find the best deals and make sure you don’t miss anything important. Luckily, our pals at Thrifter will be reporting on the best offers as they go live all 48 hours of Prime Day as well as the week leading up to Amazon’s big sale.

Give them a follow on Twitter to keep up-to-date on all the best deals as they happen in real-time.

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