If you want to take part in Amazon’s primeday 2017, you must sign up for Amazon Prime (it’s free to try)

Amazon has managed to create global buzz over its primeday by listing hundreds of thousands of products at their lowest prices of the year. Tomorrow, July 11th is its third primeday and has something on sale for everyone. New deals will be listed every five minutes, from music and video to tech gadgets and clothing. Everyone loves to save money and Amazon wants to save you the most.

primeday starts on July 10th at 9PM EST and runs for 30 hours. Quantities of specific items will be limited so you’ll want to act fast when you see something you want to buy. You can look through the sales by clicking here  and sign up for notification reminders. They can be sent to your phone if you download the Amazon app for Android or iOS too.

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If you want to take part in Amazon’s primeday you will be required to have a Prime account to take part in the festivities.

What is Amazon Prime?

It’s an annual subscription to premium Amazon services. For $99 here’s a list of the main benefits you’ll receive:

  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on eligible items to addresses in the contiguous U.S. and other shipping benefits. For more information, go to Amazon Prime Shipping Benefits.
  • FREE Same-Day Delivery in eligible zip codes. For more information, go to Order with Prime FREE Same-Day Delivery.
  • Prime Now: Get FREE two-hour delivery or scheduled delivery on over 10,000 items, from groceries to electronics and more. Plus, get free delivery from your favorite local stores. Available in eligible zip codes only. For more information go to Prime Now.
  • Prime Video: unlimited streaming of movies and TV episodes for paid or free trial members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. For more information, go to About Prime Video.
  • Prime Music: unlimited, ad-free access to hundreds of Prime Playlists and more than a million songs for members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. For more information, go to About Prime Music.
  • Prime Photos: Secure unlimited photo storage and enhanced search and organization features in Amazon Drive for you and the members of your Family Vault. For more information, go to About Prime Photos.
  • Prime Pantry: Access to Prime Pantry, where members can purchase and ship to addresses in the contiguous U.S. low priced grocery, household, and pet care items for a flat delivery fee of $5.99 for each Prime Pantry box. Prime Pantry orders cannot be shipped to addresses in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
  • Amazon Elements: Access to Amazon Elements products, Amazon’s own line of everyday essentials.
  • Amazon Dash for Prime: Never run out of your favorite products with Amazon Dash Button. For more information, go to Amazon Dash Button.
  • Prime Early Access: Get 30-minute early access to Lightning Deals on Amazon.com. For more information, go to About Prime Early Access.
  • Kindle Owners’ Lending Library: access to members in the U.S. For more information, go to Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
  • Prime Reading: You can borrow books, magazines, and more from the Prime Reading catalog and read them on your Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or the Kindle reading apps for iOS and Android. For more information, go to Borrow Books from Amazon Prime Reading.
  • Kindle First: Early access for members in the U.S. to download a new book for free every month from the Kindle First picks. For more information, go to Kindle First.
  • Audible Channels for Prime: Get access to Audible Channels, a $60/year value, for free. Audible Channels includes unlimited listening to original audio series and playlists handcrafted for every interest. You’ll also receive access to Prime Exclusive Audiobooks, a collection of streaming audiobooks including best sellers, family favorites, celebrity-narrated classics and more. Just download the free Audible app and sign in with your Amazon account to start listening.
  • Amazon Music Unlimited: Prime members can get discounted Amazon Music Unlimited monthly plans and there are annual plans available exclusively to Prime members. For more information, go to Amazon Music Unlimited.

You can try Prime free for 30 days

Luckily Amazon does offer a free 30-day trial for new subscribers. If you’re a student, you can try Amazon for six months free before being billed. You can sign up for Prime today and have access to all of the great deals tomorrow. If you don’t like it, simply cancel your subscription and you won’t be billed even if you do make a purchase on Prime Day.

If you’re not an Amazon Prime member it’s certainly worth the free trial. There are literally hundreds of thousands of items that will be on sale tomorrow and if you don’t need anything for yourself, there’s a good chance you have a friend or family member’s birthday coming up. It’s also a great time to stock up on back to school essentials and products for college students moving away from home next month.

Learn more about Amazon primeday at Amazon.com.

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