5 things to know about Amazon Prime day

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Amazon Prime Day is right around the corner, but that doesn't mean you should wait to get your tech gear from Amazon. Amazon Prime costs $12.99 a month or $99 for a year.

To prepare for the actual Prime Day, shoppers can preview deals by downloading the Amazon app.

Why Should I Join Amazon Prime?

If you're a Prime member you can now grab 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 per month, although the music streaming service is usually available for $9.99/month.

You can share you Amazon Prime membership with all members of your household. Newegg plans to have a huge four-day sale on electronics starting July 16 (what a coincidence!), and there will be sales starting July 11 leading up to the big day.

"New for this year, members can shop exclusive Prime Day Launches and enjoy surprise entertainment events unboxed from giant Smile boxes in major cities". This is a good deal on the Echo Dot but its hard to say if this will be the best deal.

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You can expect the usual discounts on Amazon's Echo and Fire products.

We'll be sorting through everything once Prime Day hits to highlight the best PC gaming deals we can find.

"As we add more fulfilment centres, our ability to provide one or two day deliveries to our Prime members for more number of products would rise", he said. Just download the Whole Foods Market app and scan the Prime Code.

Apart from Bank offer, the Amazon is also offering additional cashback with Amazon Pay Balance on all Amazon Prime Day Sale offers. ICYMI, Amazon Prime Day is coming up on July 16, and it gives Prime members the chance to cash in on huge discounts on everything from housewares to pantry staples.

At the Amazon Prime Day sale, the smartphones will come with an additional Rs 3000 off on the listed exchange price.

Prime members tend to spend more on Amazon products and services per year ($1,300) than non-members ($700), according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.

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