Amazon Prime Day Is Coming—Here's How to Score Deals Ahead of Time

Sophie Miura

In case you missed it, Amazon has announced it's third annual Prime Day, and its fast approaching. The online shopping mega sale is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 11, but as Business Insider points out, you don't have to wait until then to score great deals. 

Every day in the lead-up to Prime Day, Amazon is giving Prime members first access to a series of exclusive deals. Membership costs $99 a year, but you can also sign up for a free 30-trial to receive the same benefits. 

While the company is yet to release full details about the specific discounts we can expect on the day, it did hint that televisions will be the top item to buy. "Amazon is planning one of its largest total volume TV deals in history with a record level of inventory but once again, the TV deals will likely sell out," it revealed in a press release. 

Here are all the best Amazon Prime deals available to members, starting today:

  1. Amazon Music Unlimited. Prime members who haven't subscribed to this music service get access to the best deal in Amazon Music history: a four-month subscription for $0.99. That's pretty hard to pass up. 
  2. Audible: Members get 40% off their first six months when they sign up to the audiobook library. That comes in at $8.95 per month. 
  3. Everyday essentials: Save up to 35% off with coupons on select food and household items in Prime Pantry. Now's the time to stock up. 

Are you planning to take part in this year's Prime Day?

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