Amazon Prime Day 2020 begins in the early hours of Tuesday, October 13th, lasting through Wednesday night. That’s when you’ll see some of the year’s best deals go live, but there are plenty of worthwhile sales happening already. If you want to see what Amazon and other retailers have available right now, check out the deals below.
Just so you know, we’ve only included products that are available for less than the previous lowest price. We’ll keep this post updated with links for new products as they become available, and we’ll strike through products that are sold out.
Samsung’s bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live are steeply discounted at Woot. Prime subscribers can get them for $135 (usually $170). This matches the lowest price that we’ve seen on this model of wireless earbuds. Like the AirPods Pro, the Galaxy Buds Live feature noise cancellation, though Chris Welch’s review mentions that they aren’t as good at canceling out sound.
If you’re hunting for a big television that supports popular movie and TV show streaming apps, check out Walmart’s deal on this JVC model that costs just $248 today (usually $400). It’s a 55-inch 4K TV that runs on Roku’s software, so you can install entertainment apps on it without the need to buy any additional hardware, like a streaming stick.
Prime subscribers can get an Echo Show 5 smart display and a Blink Mini wired smart camera for just $50. Normally, buying the two together costs $125, so this is one of the better early Prime Day deals in terms of how much you’re saving. If you use these devices in tandem, the Echo Show 5 can display a visual feed of what the Blink Mini is looking at, so you can see what’s happening without being there.
One of the best pre-Prime Day 2020 deals is on the Apple AirPods Pro at Woot. You’ll find them there for $190 , which is their best price yet. This model, which features noise cancellation and better noise isolation than regular AirPods, normally cost $250. This deal will last for the rest of the day, or until stock sells out. If this deal ends before you’re able to snag a set, Amazon and Walmart are currently offering them for $200.
Amazon has offered up a tease of what else you can expect to see during Prime Day 2020. We’ll be sure to hook you up with links for all of these products when Prime Day officially kicks off tomorrow.
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