August 11, 2022

Have you heard? It’s Prime Day!

Related: the best Amazon Prime Day deals of 2022.

Prime Day runs from July 12 to July 13 and is Amazon’s annual deals event. It’s a shopping frenzy for Prime members (and only Prime members), but Amazon is currently offering a free 30-day trial to make signing up to get the deals as easy for you, the deal hunter, as possible. After those 30 days, Prime membership will cost you $14.99 per month, or $139 annually — $40 off from a monthly subscription — and includes free and fast delivery plus other perks, including access to Prime Video.

However, you may have found yourself reading this article because you are not a Prime member, and maybe you don’t wish to become one. Perhaps you don’t like Amazon, or you’ve even boycotted the e-commerce juggernaut. Whatever your reasons, Amazon’s Prime Day has had a ripple effect on the rest of the e-commerce world, with one notable result being many, many competitor websites holding huge rival sales as well.

See what discounts other top stores are offering right now below.

Best Buy is holding a “Black Friday in July” event from July 10 to 13 and offers deals for all with steep discounts across most major categories like audio, computers, and kitchen. Other noteworthy deals include gift card offers on services and stores like Netflix and Chipotle.

It wouldn’t be an Amazon event without Walmart attempting to steal some of the retail spotlight. From July 11 to 14, Walmart is responding to Prime Day with some serious rollbacks on brands like Apple, Samsung, Ninja, LOL Surprise, HP, Shark, and many more.

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Last month, Target announced they were discounting inventory following disappointing earnings in their first quarter, partially in an attempt to be more nimble. Customers can continue to benefit with additional savings during Target’s Deal Days, running from July 11 to 13. The sale includes discounts across the site on items for the home, electronics, gift cards, Apple products, and more.

Chewy, the online pet store with some of the most notoriously thoughtful customer service, is also having a giant sale this week. Starting July 12, stock up on pet essentials during Chewy’s “Deals for All the Fees” event.

Nordstrom cardholders can enjoy early access to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale now through July 14. Beginning July 15, the general public can also shop this fantastic sale event. A great time to buy some summer gear to flaunt for the rest of the season and stock up for fall and back to school as well.

No membership or special store card is required for these luxury fashion deals from Saks. Saks Fifth Avenue offers steep discounts currently up to 70% off for their Designer Sale, but from July 12 to 14, code ACTFAST20 will lower the price an additional 20% off those Designer Sale picks.

Beginning July 11, Samsung is holding a Black Friday in July sale event. With savings on home tech and appliances, TVs, computers and more. If you have been considering buying one of Samsung’s popular Frame TVs, now is the time with up to $1,500 off the item.

It’s the Summer of Savings over at Wayfair’s website. With substantial discounts across all types of indoor and outdoor furniture, rugs, appliances, art and more. Whatever you need for your home or garden, Wayfair probably has something on sale for your consideration.

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Therabody, the maker of the popular personal massager Theragun, is offering up to $100 Theraguns from July 11-13, as well as discounts on their other health and wellness products.

From July 11-13, HP is holding a Black Friday in July sale. With savings on computers, printers, headphones and more now is a great time to stock up on back to school equipment from this reliable brand.

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