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Walmart launches its Amazon Prime Day counterattack with thousands of deals

Walmart has launched a counterattack against Amazon Prime Day. AP

  • Walmart is offering thousands of deals online to counter Amazon Prime Day.
  • Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015, and it’s now one of the company’s biggest shopping events of the year, behind Cyber Monday. Amazon is holding the 48-hour event on July 15 and 16 this year.
  • Walmart, Target, Macy’s, and hundreds of other retailers offer discounts every year to rival Amazon’s annual shopping event. Target is offering “deal days,” what it says will be its biggest sale of the summer.
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Walmart is hoping to steal some fire from Amazon Prime Day.

The retailer is releasing thousands of “special buys” and “rollbacks” — which is Walmart’s term for discounts — on between July 14 and July 17. Deals include discounts of more than $100 on items like the HP 15.6-inch HD Touch Display Laptop and the Dyson Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum.

Walmart’s discounts coincide with Amazon’s fourth annual Prime Day, a 48-hour sale that started Monday.

Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015, and it’s now one of the company’s biggest shopping events of the year, behind Cyber Monday.

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This isn’t the first time that Walmart has offered discounts to rival Amazon Prime Day. The company, along with hundreds of other retailers, including Target, eBay, and Macy’s, now offers discounts every year around the annual shopping event. Analysts have started referring to this widespread promotional activity as “Black Friday in July.”

This year, Target is offering “deal days,” what it says will be its biggest sale of the summer, on July 15 and July 16 to rival Prime Day. eBay is offering discounts starting July 1, along with a “crash sale,” which will feature special discounts if Amazon’s site crashes on Prime Day.

About 70% of consumers plan to shop Amazon during the July sales events, while 44% plan to shop Walmart, 40% plan to shop Target, and 24% plan to shop Best Buy, according to a survey by Bazaarvoice, a retail consulting firm.

Amazon Prime Day will last 48 hours this year, which is longer than ever before. This will turn up the competitive pressure on its rivals, according to Moody’s vice president Charlie O’Shea.

“Amazon’s announcement that its annual Prime Day promotion now requires ‘pluralizing’ as it will be two days this year, running July 15 and 16, following 2018’s 36 hour ‘day’, will make an already acutely-competitive retail environment even tougher,” O’Shea said in a recent note to clients. “Making this even tougher, Walmart and Target will react, further turning up the competitive heat.”

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The biggest retailer in the world’s sale starts on Sunday and lasts through Wednesday, offering — similar to Amazon — free two-day shipping orders over $35. Prime Day, meanwhile, begins Monday and last through Tuesday.

Like Amazon, just about everything will be on sale at Walmart, from gaming devices to smart home gadgets.

Prime Day, which is when members of the subscription service can find special deals on the company’s website and in Whole Foods store, first began in 2015. It’s turned into a massive shopping event since then.

Last year, Amazon said its Prime Day was the “biggest in history”, as prime members purchased more than 100 million products during the sale. And in 2017, the company said its sales grew more than 60 percent — breaking a record at the time, and surpassing Amazon’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined.

The popularity of the event has left other retailers scrambling to find ways to compete.

Target will also join the sale frenzy this week, running “deal days” on Monday and Tuesday, the same dates as Prime Day. Target said it will offer 40 percent off some furniture and 30 percent off some cookware and small appliances. That’s in addition to other deals on toys, sporting goods and bedding.

In mid-May, Walmart said it would offer shoppers the option to have their online orders delivered the next day.

Vizio 55-inch Class 4K HDR Smart LED TV: $319.99 (down from $478)

Apple iPad 32GB Wi-Fi: $249 (down from $329.99)

Google Home Smart Speaker & Google Assistant: $69 (down from $129)


Ninja Supra Kitchen Blender System with Food Processor: $99 (down from $169.99)

Coleman Tenaya Lake Fast Pitch 8-Person Cabin Tent: $139 (down from $210)

TCL 32-Inch Roku Smart TV: $99.99 (down from $169.99)

Sceptre 50-Inch FHD LED TV: $179.99 (down from $349.99)

Vizio 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV: $449.99 (down from $698)

Samsung 55-Inch 4K Smart TV HDR: $397.99 (down from $527.99)

KitchenAid KSM150PSAQ 5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer: $279.95 (down from $429.99)

EVOO 11.6-Inch Convertible Touchscreen Laptop 32GB Storage: $129 (down from $199)

Starting on Sunday, July 14, Walmart shoppers are also able to snag the bestselling Dyson Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum for $154 compared to a previous “Rollback” price of $179.99 (and a regular list price of $279).

Among the Walmart deals that went live early, there’s the HP 15.6″ HD Touch Display Laptop for $419 — down from $599.99 normally.

These online-only deals reflect some pretty huge discounts off the list prices, and they fit within a couple of categories where retailers have been competing fiercely: laptop deals and home goods deals, with big brand names consumers want. There are plenty of TV deals at Walmart competing with Amazon Prime Day too.

Last year around this time, Walmart’s TV deals were sometimes cheaper than the prices on Black Friday, and some of those models are even cheaper right now. A Sceptre 50-inch 4K LED TV with a list price of $399.99 was on sale last summer for $229.99, and it was down to $209.99 when we last checked.

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Overall, we are seeing similar deals (or better) to the ones Walmart ran online last year in other product categories. In 2018, shoppers could score deals on smart home devices like the Google Home Mini and Google Home Max. These devices compete with Amazon’s Echo line of virtual assistants, which are expected to be among the Prime Day best-sellers, and naturally these competing smart home devices are among Walmart’s deals.

For example, there’s the Google Nest Hub smart speaker, on sale right now for $79 (down from $149).

Plenty of popular brand names in the home goods category are on sale at Walmart, just like they have been on Prime Day and Black Friday sale. There are great deals on robot vacuums, high-end blenders, mixers, and air fryers from the likes of Roomba, Cuisinart, and KitchenAid. We spotted several of these items on sale early, such as a Cuisinart Elemental 8 Cup Food Processor at a Rollback price of $64.99 ($99.95 regularly).

Of course, no major retail event is complete without a shoutout for America’s favorite countertop appliance, the Instant Pot. Walmart’s Instant Pot deals are usually a little different from Amazon Prime Day deals because Walmart also sometimes sells the LUX series rather than the DUO line that Amazon primarily offers. But cooks and foodies love both versions.

When it comes to Instant Pot, Walmart got a jump on things this year, rolling out Instant Pot deals as early as last month, like the the six-quart Instant Pot DUO60 on sale for $59.95, compared to $99.95 at regular price.

This year, there are some amazing Instant Pot deals from Walmart, Amazon, Macy’s, Target, and Kohl’s, among other big retailers.

We’ve included affiliate links into this article. to learn what those are.

Walmart unveils sales deals to compete with Amazon Prime Day


Walmart on Sunday rolled out its answer to rival Amazon’s Prime Day. The retail giant’s big Summer Savings event runs through Wednesday.

The sales event includes huge discounts on major electronics like televisions, video game consoles, laptops, tablets and Apple Watches as well as regular everyday items such as small kitchen appliances, sports equipment and toys.

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Some of the eye-popping deals that were featured Sunday included:

  • VIZIO 55-inc, ultra high definition Smart LED TV for $319.99, regularly $478
  • Apple Watch Series 3 for $199, regularly $279
  • KidKraft outside wooden play set for $229, regularly $550
  • Google Home smart speaker and assistant for $69, regularly $129
  • HP 15 laptop for $419, regularly $599.99

Mid-July has become a shopping event for bargain-hunting shoppers – a kind of summer Black Friday – as other retailers introduce big sales events to compete with Amazon Prime Day. The sales appeal to back-to-school shoppers and those getting a jump-start on holiday gifts.

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Other retailers with major discounts this month include Target, Best Buy and Macy’s.

Macy’s “Black Friday in July” sale started July 8 in stores and online and will stretch through July 14. Target’s “Deal Days” takes place July 15 and 16 for online items. Best Buy’s sale will occur both online and in store.


Walmart wants to take convenience to the next level and deliver your groceries right to your refrigerator. USA TODAY is having a big sale online from July 14 through July 17 with thousands of special buys. The timing coincides with Amazon Prime Day and Target Deal Days making this an excellent time to score deals that will rival Black Friday prices.

According to, a Walmart spokeswoman confirmed that they are “planning to release thousands of “special buys” and “rollbacks” on between July 14 and 17.”

This sale is clearly in competition with Amazon, Target, Macy’s, Kohl’s and other retailers who have already started offering deep discounts over a week before Amazon Prime officially begins.

The article indicates that there will be discounts on the HP 15.6-inch HD Touch Display Laptop and the Dyson Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum in addition to the thousands of other deals they will be offering.

Once the Walmart sale is up and running, we’ll let you know and share the hot deals.

Amazon Prime Day: Amazon has been offering multiple early Prime Day deals each day and will continue to do so until the highly anticipated 2-Day Prime Day event on July 15 & 16. See all the early Prime Day deals at HERE.

Target Deal Days: Target is already releasing a daily early Deal Days offer each day leading up to their big sale on July 15 & 16th. You can see those deals on HERE.

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Here’s how Amazon Prime Day’s deals stack up against sales at Walmart, Target and Best Buy

As more retailers look to steal Amazon’s thunder, it’s getting harder for consumers to spot the best deals.

More than half of consumers (52%) will put off making a purchase in anticipation of deals on Amazon Prime Day AMZN, +7.38%, but those deals are getting harder to spot. The popularity of Amazon Prime Day — the annual sales event that will take place this year on July 15 and 16 — has spurred other retailers to seek out a piece of the action.

Read more: What NOT to buy on Amazon Prime Day

Target, Kohl’s and Best Buy are all holding sales on July 15 and 16; Walmart’s will start on July 14 and run through July 17.

As part of the Kohl’s promotion, consumers can earn $10 in “Kohl’s Cash” for every $50 they spend, on top of the deals being offered such as up to 60% off swimwear.

‘A lot of retailers are offering almost identical prices.’

Some of Walmart’s best deals include the HP 15.6” HD Touch Display Laptop for $429 HPQ, -0.98% ($150 off) and the Dyson Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum for $154 ($125 below list). Other Walmart-owned e-commerce sites, including Bonobos,, and will be offering sales of up to 75% their items.

One of the deals Amazon has heavily promoted — Toshiba’s 43-inch 4K Fire TV TOSYY, -2.59% for just $200 — is actually a third-party deal being offered by Best Buy, so you can get the same deal directly from Best Buy.

Target’s sale will include discounts up to 50% off in various categories including home, apparel and toys.

All this competition benefits the consumer, said Kristin McGrath, shopping expert and editor for and JCOM, -3.28%, because retailers will work hard to price-match each other, particularly as Amazon reveals its own pricing as Prime Day unfolds.

But while consumers benefit in the form of lower prices, it can become harder to spot which deal is the best. “A lot of retailers are offering almost identical prices,” McGrath said. “One retailer might give itself a bit of an edge by matching Amazon’s price and then offering a promo code or attaching a gift card to it.”

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Here’s what consumers need to know about scoring the best deals during these sales events:

Where Amazon isn’t the cheapest

There are some categories of products where stores like Walmart and Target will likely offer better deals.

One is a category that Amazon is heavily promoting ahead of Prime Day: School and dorm-room supplies. While Amazon is offering discounts (up to 30%) on thousands of items, other retailers instead typically offer blanket discounts for the entire category. Office Depot ODP, -1.77%, for instance, is offering 20% all regular-priced office and school supplies, though some exclusions apply.

“If you’re looking for dorm-room furniture and school supplies, those category-wide flat-percent discounts that other retailers are offering are going to be more competitive,” McGrath said. Consumers may also want to wait altogether on purchasing these items, as they are typically discounted more heavily later in the summer.

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Here are two other categories where other retailers will likely beat Amazon’s prices:

Summer apparel: Amazon’s own line of bikini separates currently starts at $8 per piece. That’s cheaper than Target, where bathing-suit separates start at $12, but more expensive than Walmart where they start at $5. Moreover, card-holders at other retailers can see additional savings. Kohl’s Charge customers receive additional discounts ranging from 15% to 30% during its July sales event. Plus other retailers, like Kohl’s, have coupons that consumers can stack on top of the discounts to fetch even greater savings on these items. Discounted bathing-suit separates start at $10 at Kohl’s — but when you factor in the extra 30% off for Kohl’s card-holders the price is likely to drop below Amazon’s price.

Home goods: Walmart and Target typically offer the best deals on items like home furnishings and décor, said Janet Alvarez, a personal-finance expert at Wise Bread. Shoppers also should look out for other retailers that are offering flash sales over the next week. Macy’s, for instance, ran a limited-time sale on Friday offering 60% dinnerware and glassware from Hotel Collection, Martha Stewart and other brands.

Smartphones: For most of the year, Amazon’s prices on unlocked, name-brand smartphones can be very competitive. That’s not the case during Prime Day though, McGrath said. At Walmart, consumers can get a bundle that includes an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9 005930, -1.40%, Echo Spot speaker and Samsung Smart Home system for $720, found. Comparatively, Amazon is expected to offer a Galaxy S10 with a $100 gift card for $800.

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How retailers’ prices compare on big-ticket items

Amazon’s prices are most competitive on popular, big-ticket items, according to an analysis of these products from Offers. It projects that Amazon will offer a 50-inch Samsung 4K high-definition television for under $300. Most other retailers are selling that same item for around $330. The chart below shows some of the products where Amazon’s pricing will likely be the cheapest.

Notably, Amazon won’t necessarily offer better prices on some of its own devices, including the Echo line of smart speakers. anticipates the third generation Echo Dot will cost the same at Amazon, Target and Best Buy.

And if brand isn’t a major concern for shoppers, other retailers almost certainly will offer better pricing on items like laptops. While shoppers will be able to find 11-inch laptops for $150 on Amazon, Dell’s DELL, -1.24% laptop deals start at $129.

A game plan for scoring the best deals

Here are some tips from shopping experts to identify which deals are steals and which are duds.

Come in with a list: The easiest way to avoid falling for deals that are, indeed, too good to be true is to pay attention only to sales on items you need, Alvarez said. Identify the items you want to shop for and determine what their pre-sale prices are. If you do this, you’ll be better prepared to scoop up the best deal — especially when it comes to the extremely limited “flash” or “lightning” sales some stores offer during sales.

‘Think about whether you have the comfort and have the amount of time required to send an item back.’

Decide whether you prefer shopping in person: There are pros and cons to shopping in-person versus online. Brick-and-mortar stores will have more limited inventory and may not adjust sales prices as quickly as retailers do online. However, there’s an advantage to seeing and touching something before buying. Plus, returning online purchases can be a hassle. “Think about whether you have the comfort and have the amount of time required to send an item back,” Alvarez said.

Keep the cost of shipping in mind: When comparing Amazon to other companies, be sure to read the fine print of their shipping policies. While companies like Walmart and Target have ramped up their next-day shipping policies to compete with Amazon, you often need to have spent a certain amount to get free shipping. And Prime Day deals are only available to members of Amazon’s Prime program, which currently costs $119.99 a year, so don’t forget to factor that in for the long run. (You can also access Prime Day deals by using a 30-day free trial.)

Take advantage of price-comparison tools: There are multiple tools and apps out there that compares prices across retailers. Capital One COF, -2.32% acquired the online shopping tool Wikibuy in 2018, which is completely free for the bank’s customers. Wikibuy can be used as a standalone app or as an internet browser extension. Other tools include the Google Shopping GOOGL, -1.48%, PriceGrabber and the Honey browser extension. Additionally, sites like CamelCamelCamel and The Tracktor compare prices historically for Amazon, showing whether an item is cheaper on Prime Day versus other times of the year.

Jacob Passy

Jacob Passy is a personal-finance reporter for MarketWatch and is based in New York.

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Anti-Prime Day 2019: The best deals you won’t see on Amazon

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As if you didn’t have enough shopping to do this week with Prime Day, Walmart, Target, Best Buy and even eBay are all holding their own sales alongside Amazon’s two-day shopping barn-burner that started yesterday, runs through today, and at least for Walmart, goes into tomorrow, July 17.

We’re collecting all of the best deals that each of the other shopping retailers are offering to compete with Amazon, so even if you’re not an Amazon Prime member, or you just want to avoid the competition and madness, you’re still in the right place to score a deal.

Just like Prime Day, these countersales run 48 hours — with some offers popping up just for a bit before returning to full price. Keep this post bookmarked and check it regularly to see the best the deals you can find from other the retail giants.

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Amazon Prime Day is upon us and should the fates be willing; the event will not come to a grinding halt under the weight of visitors visiting Amazon’s platform over the two-day sales event.

eBay has already mocked the e-retailer with its own “Crash Sale.” eBay’s variation of Prime Day is a three-week sales marathon which has already begun, and other vendors are also keen to get in on the action and try to take a slice of the sales pie by offering their anti-Prime Day sales alternatives.

We will be updating this list throughout Monday and Tuesday, so check back to make sure you snag the best deals.

Best anti-Prime Day deals

Google Home for $69 ($60 off)

  • See it now: Google Home on Walmart

The Google Home smart assistant is on sale for close to half price over at Walmart. The smart speaker comes equipped with the Google Home assistant and can be used in a hands-free fashion to tap into your music subscriptions, to search the Internet, read up on the news and listen to weather forecasts, and more.

Roku Ultra 4K HDR streaming player for $69 ($30 off)

  • See it now: Roku Ultra 4K HDR at Walmart

Another option over at Walmart is the 2018 Roku Ultra 4K HDR streaming player dongle, which is capable of streaming films and television shows in high quality. This particular bundle comes with a pair of JBL headphones and a 30-day trial of Showtime, Starz, and Epix.

Apple Watch Series 3 GPS for $199 ($80 off)

  • See it now: Apple Watch Series 3 GPS at Walmart

The Apple Watch Series 3 can be found for a substantial discount on a platform other than Amazon over the summer sales period. If you’re in the market for a smartwatch, the watchOS 4 device comes with a dual-core processor, intelligent activity tracker, barometer, smartphone connectivity and the option to tap into your music playlists while you work out or travel.

eBay, too, has a discount 42mm Apple Watch 3 on sale. A refurbished model can currently be picked up for $179.99.

  • See it now: Apple Watch Series 3 GPS (refurb) on eBay

Dell 15.6″ FHD G5587-5542BLK-PUS laptop for $779 ($300 off)

  • See it now: Dell 15.6″ FHD G5587-5542BLK-PUS laptop at Walmart

If you are on the lookout for a new portable gaming laptop, the Dell G5587-5542BLK-PUS might be for you. This particular model sports a 15.6″ display, Intel i5 processor, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB graphics, and both 256 GB solid-state and 1TB HD storage.

Sceptre 50″ Class FHD (1080p) LED TV for $179.99 ($170 off)

  • See it now: Sceptre 50″ Class FHD (1080P) LED TV at Walmart

A large screen for a cheap price point, the Sceptre 50″ television set comes equipped with an FHD 1080p LED display and has an aspect ratio of 16:9. This product is purely for viewing, however, as it does not come with smart features.

Google Nest Hub for $79 ($70 off)

  • See it now: Google Nest Hub at Walmart

The Google Nest Hub can also be found on sale over the next few days. The Hub differs from the Google Home as it also comes with a touchscreen display alongside speaker functionality, giving users the option to control the device either through their hands or voice. The product supports the Google Home smart assistant and can be used for everything from web searches and queries to controlling smart home devices.

Samsung 55″ 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED HDR TV for $379.99 ($130 off)

  • See it now: Samsung 55″ 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED HDR TV at Walmart

Another television set with a substantial discount on offer is the 2018 Samsung UN55NU6900 55″ 4K model. The LED-backlit Full HD TV sports a 2160p Ultra HD display, a refresh rate of 120Hz, a USB port, and smart functionality.

Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB for $599 ($200 off)

  • See it now: Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB at Walmart

Walmart is offering $200 off the Apple iPad Pro over its summer sale event. This particular model comes in silver, gold, or rose gold, and is equipped with a 10.5″ Retina display, 256GB storage, an A10X Fusion processor, and both a backend 12MP camera with 4K HD video and front 7MP FaceTime HD camera.

Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR camera, 18-55mm lens for $399.99 ($110 off)

  • See it now: Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR at Best Buy

The Canon Rebel is a DSLR which, while smaller than the Mark range, still is a versatile tool for keen photographers. The Rebel, now on sale at Best Buy, has a 24.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, is capable of an ISO range of 100 – 6400, 3fps speed, built-in Wi-Fi, and full 1080p HD video capture. This DSLR also comes with an EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II lens,

Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera body for $479.99 ($300 off)

  • See it now: Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera at Best Buy

If you are a photography enthusiast and fancy trying your luck with a mirrorless camera, Best Buy also has the Canon M6 on sale. This camera provides a 24.2-megapixel resolution, an ISO range of 100 – 6,400 — expandable to over 25,000 — 9fps speed, and Full HD 1920×1080 video capture.

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 for $799 ($230 off)

  • See it now: Microsoft Surface Pro 6 at Best Buy

Best Buy has decided to give shoppers a steep discount on the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 this year, a 12.3″ touchscreen model complete with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB SSD storage. The Surface Pro 6 comes with a keyboard, the Surface Type Cover, but you will need to buy the Surface Pen separately.

Apple Watch Series 4 GPS for $379 ($50 off)

  • See it now: Apple Watch Series 4 GPS at Best Buy

This may not be the most generous discount we will see over the next few days, but if you are hoping to purchase Apple’s latest generation smartwatch, then head over to Best Buy. You can pick up the Apple Watch Series 4 in space grey in both 40mm and 44mm screen variants.

Student laptops (various)

  • See it now: Windows | Apple laptops at Best Buy

With the new semester soon to begin, both students and parents might want to check out Best Buy’s offers for both Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS-based laptops. There is a variety available with discounts worth hundreds of dollars — together with an extra cut in price for students.

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer for $274.99 ($125 off)

  • See it now: Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer on eBay

The Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer caused quite a stir when it was first launched to the public, and now, a limited number of cheap, refurbished models are on offer. At the rate they are being purchased, however, it won’t be long before the hairdryers are sold out.

You can also save 20 percent on Dyson products across the board by using the code JOY4DYSON.

Update: You can find a cheaper refurbished version over at Newegg for $219.99.

Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Speaker for $99 ($100 off)

  • See it now: Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Speaker on eBay (refurb)

A great deal over at eBay involves the Bose SoundTouch, a portable heavyweight in the wireless speaker market. The Alexa-compatible speaker comes with Internet connectivity as standard and users can access their playlists from services including iTunes, Spotify, and Deezer at will.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series wireless headphones for $199 ($150 off)

  • See it now: Bose QuietComfort 35 Series wireless headphones on eBay (refurb)

If you are always on the move and want headphones able to block out all of the distracting sounds in your environment, the Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones are a worthwhile investment — and over at eBay, you can pick up a discounted pair as long as stocks last.

EA Mass Effect Andromeda Xbox One for $6.99 ($53 off)

  • See it now: EA Mass Effect Andromeda Xbox One on eBay

You’ll need to be quick if you want to grab an incredibly cheap copy of this game on eBay.

GoPro Hero 7 camera, SanDisk 32GB MicroSD, case for $219 ($130 off)

  • See it now: GoPro USA Hero 7 White Camera + SanDisk 32GB MicroSD + Case for GoPro on eBay

A full GoPro kit containing everything you need to get started currently available on eBay for a steep discount. The kit includes a Hero 7 camera, 32GB memory card, and a protective case.

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens for $89.99 ($36 off)

  • See it now: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens on eBay

Photography enthusiasts looking for a new lens suitable for portraiture can grab a Canon EF 50mm for a reasonable discount. However, stocks are limited.

Google Home duo for $99

  • See it now: Google Home on Target

Target has matched Walmart’s $69 price tag for a Google Home smart assistant but is also giving consumers the option to buy a pair for a further discount.

Anker PowerCore power bank for $26.99 ($4 off)

  • See it now: Anker PowerCore power bank on Target

The discount is a small one, but you should still consider it if you need a reliable power bank with a lot of juice. The PowerCore version on sale contains a 10,000mAh battery.

Google Nest learning thermostat for $189 ($60 off)

  • See it now: Google Nest learning thermostat on Target

Google’s Nest smart learning thermostat, a home IoT device that can intelligently manage your home heating, is on sale at Target. If you purchase the thermostat from the retailer, you can also choose a free Google Home Mini.

Google Nest Cam indoor security camera for $169 ($40 off), free Google Home Mini

  • See it now: Google Nest Cam indoor security camera on Target

The same deal applies to the Google Nest indoor security camera, which is also on sale with a Google Home Mini thrown in to sweeten the deal.

Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones for $159.99 ($69 off)

  • See it now: Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones on Target

There is a worthwhile discount to be had over at Target for a decent pair of Bose headphones. The around-ear set allows for multi-pairing, and the wireless headset can perform for roughly 15 hours on a single charge.

If you are looking for a budget-friendly pair, Target is also touting a discounted set of Sony noise-canceling headphones.

VIZIO E-Series 70″ HDR smart television for $799.99 (+ gift card)

  • See it now: VIZIO E-Series 70″ HDR smart television on Target

Another television set on offer over the summer is the VIZIO E-Series HDR setup, which offers a 70″ screen capable of 4K Ultra HDR resolution. Customers are also given a $50 gift card on purchase.

Xbox One S 1 TB Battlefield V Deluxe Edition Bundle for $249.99 ($60 off)

  • See it now: Xbox One S 1 TB Battlefield V Deluxe Edition Bundle on Target

Target is giving customers $60 off an Xbox bundle containing a 1TB console, digital downloads of Battlefield V Deluxe Edition, Battlefield: 1943, and Battlefield 1 Revolution, and one free month of EA Access.

iRobot Roomba 960 robot vacuum for $599.99 ($50 off)

  • See it now: iRobot Roomba 960 robot vacuum on Target

Robot vacuums can take some of the work out of maintaining your home, and while generally expensive, do come up in sales. This year, the iRobot Roomba 960 can be purchased for a $50 discount.

Dell doorbuster deals of note:

ASUS VivoBook for $699.99 ($200 off)

  • See it now: ASUS VivoBook on Newegg

You can pick up the ASUS VivoBook for a discount over at Newegg. This portable laptop comes with a 15.6″ FHD display, an Intel i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 1TB storage, Nvidia GeForce graphics, and Windows 10 Home.

ABS Rogue E gaming desktop PC for $849.99 ($250 off)

  • See it now: ABS Rogue E gaming desktop PC on Newegg

Newegg has an interesting gaming PC on offer over the firm’s sales event, the ABS Rogue E. This VR-ready PC comes with Windows 10 Home, an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.60 GHz processor, 1 TB SSD, 16GB RAM, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB graphics.

WD Red 4TB NAS hard disk drive for $89.99 ($35 off)

  • See it now: WD Red 4TB NAS hard disk drive on Newegg

Suitable for use in NAS systems with up to eight bays, customers can enjoy a fair discount on the WD Red 4TB NAS HDD over Newegg’s two-day sales event. The 3.5″ drive is touted as 5400 RPM Class and SATA 6Gb/s.

ABS Summoner gaming PC for $849.99 ($250 off)

  • See it now: ABS Summoner gaming PC on Newegg

Another VR-ready gaming PC on offer is the ABS Summoner. The PC comes with an Ryzen 5 3rd Gen 3600 (3.60GHz) processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon RX 590 8 GB graphics, and Windows 10 Home.

Lenovo Flex 2-in-1 laptop for $299.99 ($350 off)

  • See it now: Lenovo Flex 2-in-1 laptop on Newegg

If you’re looking for a reasonably-priced travel or commuting laptop, the Lenovo Flex hybrid 2-in-1 laptop is currently on sale. The 14″ PC is equipped with an AMD Ryzen 3 processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, and Windows 10 S.

Lenovo ThinkPad T480 for $1,059 ($370 off)

  • See it now: Lenovo ThinkPad T480 at Lenovo

Select 14″ Lenovo ThinkPad T480 models are on offer over at Lenovo during the vendor’s summer sale.

Samsung The Frame for $1799.99 ($1000 off)

  • See it now: The Frame at Samsung

The Frame is Samsung’s massive 65″ QLED Smart 4K UHD TV, a 2019 model likely to be popular with those who want to hang an impressive television set on their wall.

Google Smart lighting kit for $55 ($55 off)

  • See it now: Smart light starter kit at Google

If you’re interested in trying out smart lighting in your home on a budget, you can pick up a twin pack of smart lightbulbs over at the Google Store.

Optoma EH500 Data Series DLP 3D Projector for $799 ($300 off)

  • See it now: Optoma EH500 Data Series DLP 3D Projector at B&H

A projector on offer this year at B&H is the Optoma EH500, a product capable of displaying content in Full HD 1920 x 1080p resolution with 4700 lumens and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio.

Microsoft Store deals:

More Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals

Early Prime Day deals

Check out all the early deals that kicked off last week — many are still available:

  • Best early Prime Day deals already available

Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

In the guide below, we’ve listed all the best Prime Day deals for professionals, remote workers, and commuters:

  • Best Prime Day 2019 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

Best business deals

Here are even more business deals, broken down by category:

  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: 3D printers and accessories
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: Chromebook laptops
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: IT technician and DIY repair tools
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: Small business servers
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: Smartphones and mobile
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: Storage, SSD, and flash drives
  • Best Prime Day deals 2019: Windows 10 laptops

CNET’s Prime Day coverage

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  • Best deals that aren’t Amazon CNET
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TechRepublic’s Prime Day coverage

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