What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is a 48-hour flurry of discounts available exclusively to Prime members.
What kind of deals should I expect on Amazon Prime Day?
The Endorsed team was treated to a preview of what Canadians can expect on Amazon Prime Day and we can tell you it's going to be an epic shopping bonanza with steep deals on the best products from the top brands. There'll be loads of fun stuff to shop but also super practical and affordable goods to stock up on, too.
When was the last Amazon Prime Day in Canada?
Prime Day typically happens in summer (June/July) but in 2020 it was postponed to October (for obvious reasons) and altogether cancelled in 2021 in Canada. It’s back on track for summer once again.
What do I need to shop Amazon Prime Day deals?
For access to all the deals, an Amazon Prime subscription is a must. It is the only way to access and purchase discounted items. Amazon recently raised its subscription fee. Keep in mind that it doesn’t have to be a long-term investment and there’s a free 30-day trial on memberships.
Amazon Prime membership: one month free trail and $9.99/month or $99/year.
Amazon Prime for students (includes Prime video, music, gaming): six-month free trial and $4.99/month or $49/year.
What are the best deals on Amazon Prime Day?
There are no specific announcements but the best discounts are on Amazon’s hardware (Fire TV sticks, tablets, Alexa, Ring, Blink, Kindles, smart thermostats, mesh Wi-Fi systems). In 2021, some standout deals (in the U.S.) were AirPods, TVs, Roombas, kitchen appliances like Ninja blenders, furniture, bedding, camping equipment, brand-name beauty products, and Adidas and Nike sneakers.
How do I keep track of Amazon Prime Day deals?
As it's only a 48-hour sale, deals come and go very quickly. Prep ahead of time with a wishlist of products (available in the Amazon dashboard) and check back for deals on Prime days. Bookmark this page for live deals and breaking news as Amazon keeps its Prime Day exclusives secretive until the last minute.