Day 2 of Amazon’s big week-long sales event is almost over, but there’s still time to save and there are some fantastic Prime Day countdown deals to be found. The main event takes place on Tuesday, July 12, and Amazon plans to offer more than 100,000 deals across every product category on its website. Leading up to Prime Day, however, the online retail giant is offering a special selection of hand-picked bargains to whet shoppers’ appetite, and Wednesday’s theme was “Tastes of Summer.”
Were the deals as tasty as they sound? You’ll find our roundup of the best of the bunch after the break.
Up to 60% off three popular digital HD downloads — Amazon Prime Video offers subscribers unlimited streaming from a wide selection of movies and TV shows, but you’ll have to pay extra if you want to purchase newer content. As part of the Prime Day countdown on Wednesday, Amazon is offering huge discounts on three popular titles: The Flash – Season 2, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, and The Intern.
Will it blend? Find out yourself with today’s Prime Day deal on a Blendtec blender — Whoa nelly, is this a good deal. Today only, Amazon is offering a massive discount on a $400 Blendtec blender.
Fry a turkey without killing yourself thanks to this Prime Day deal — Cook the most delicious turkey you’ve ever had this coming Thanksgiving, and don’t break the bank doing it. Trust us, you’ll be thankful for this great deal.
It’s not a miracle, it’s a Prime Day deal on Miracle-Gro’s best AeroGarden — As an AeroGarden user myself, I can tell you that these things are fantastic. And yes, I paid a heck of a lot more for my AeroGarden than you’ll pay with today’s deal.
Of course, you’ll need a Prime subscription to enjoy any of these deals. If you don’t already have a Prime subscription, you can sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial right now and enjoy all the huge Prime Day deals coming this week.
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