Amazon Prime Day 2018: Big List of Deals and Discounts

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A few more hours… Amazon Prime Day 2018 is here. I’ll try to keep this post updated with the most recent offers (and remove the expired ones). There are usually many opportunities to save some money without buying stuff you don’t need (and thus offset a chunk of that membership fee). In fact, if you have any things you’ve been looking for on your Wish List, you should just look them up and see if they are on sale today.

As the name suggests, most deals require a Prime membership. New members can sign up for a 30-day free trial (6-month free trial + 50% off afterward with student .edu address).


Specific deals

Amazon Deals

Whole Foods Deals

Targeted deals

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  1. DollarBill says:

    Re 20% off when you spend ne American Express Membership Rewards Point:

    Does this apply to multiple orders or just one order?

  2. Just be cautious; Amazon usually spends the weeks leading up to this event raising certain product prices so that the discounts look more impressive. Just because something is XX% off, doesn’t mean it is a good deal.

    • If it was true that Amazon jacked up prices before Prime day then it would be readily apparent on CamelCamelCamel.
      Many Amazon prices go up and down and are frequently on sale /discount for short periods.
      I spot checked price history on 3 items I’m looking at. One hasn’t changed in price at all for months. One was on sale briefly earlier in July and the 3rd item is on and off sale 4 different times in the past 6 months.
      I don’t see any pattern of raising certain prices before the Prime day sale.

  3. Got myself a six pack of veggie gravy that normally costs $17 on Amazon (or $24 + tax store price at World Market) for $7 after the $10 Whole Foods Prime discount. Included free ship and no tax. Good deal.

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