Due to the covid-19 pandemic, Amazon delayed their annual Prime Day from July until September 2020. It'll be a 48 hour event, a mere two months before Black Friday, with the usual bevy of deals. There will be “thousands of lightning deals,” with new ones popping up as frequently as every 10 minutes, along with seven “deals of the day.” While anybody can view the deals, the kicker is that only Amazon Prime members will be able to purchase them.
From the sneak-peak offers I've seen, I'm convinced there will be some crazy sick deals, but I also think many will fall into the category of nice deal if you're already in the market for X.” You're probably not going to hop on tomorrow and impulse buy a 32-inch LED TV just because it's $75 off. But if you're in the market for a certain item, chances are there will be a deal worth investigating.
That said, I'm personally psyched for the Amazon Fire Stick, Echo, Kindle, and Ring deals. The Fire Stick is Amazon's fasting selling device of all time and it's easy to understand why. I'm actually launching a new site next month teaching people how to cut their cable bill, save tons of money, and still keep all their favorite TV shows and sports.
Cheap devices like a Chromecast or Fire Stick are vital for pulling this off and the Fire comes with a remote control, which I've quickly grown to wish my Chromecasts had. If you've ever entertained the thought of canceling or slimming down your seemingly ever-growing, out of control cable bill, I'd strongly recommend picking up a Fire tomorrow. Spend $25 tomorrow and potentially save hundreds if not thousands in the not-too-distant future.