Amazon Prime Day 2024: Early Deals, Extended Free Trials, Link Credit Cards for Discounts

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Amazon Prime Days will be July 16th and 17th, 2024 but really it goes on for weeks. I’ll try to share the general deals that can save you some money without changing your buying habits. I also like to check this “Buy Again” tab where you can see if there is a discount on the stuff that you already bought and liked.

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As the name suggests, most deals require a Prime membership. New members can sign up for a 30-day free trial. Amazon Prime Student (age 18-24) has a 6-month free trial or 50% off the paid membership. If you’ve already done the trial, you can simply buy a month of Prime for $14.99 ($6.99 with SNAP, EBT or Medicaid card).

Newest offers

Link Credit Card to Amazon Wallet

Amazon-related Services

Stuff I Own

  • Amazon Eero mesh WiFi router system (3-pack). I bought this from a previous Prime Day and I would definitely buy it again. Just makes WiFi something you don’t worry about anymore. No more dead spots around the house.
  • Bose QC 45 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones. I’m not an audiophile, but these feel great, work well on planes, and are built solid and reliable. Still own the QC 25 wired headphones as well which are now several years old.
  • Beco Gemini Baby Carrier. Used this for all three kids. Solidly built and comfortable.
  • COSORI Air Fryer 5 Qt. Love this air fryer. We use it just like a microwave, except it keeps things crispy instead of soggy. Easy to clean.
  • Vitamix 5200 blender. Had it for many years. Kitchen staple, sometimes we use it a lot, sometimes rarely, but it’s always there ready and powerful.
  • OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker. I love my smooth cold brew coffee. Simple, easy to clean, works well as long as you have course ground coffee. Fine grind will clog up the filter. I use the Vitamix for a coarse grind from whole beans.
  • Infrared Forehead Thermometer. Bought a lot of thermometers the past few years. This model is the best. No contact. Consistent readings. Must have pulled that trigger a million times now.

“Shop with Points” Promos (Check again if targeted)

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