This Amazon Prime Day 2022 was quite atypical. Beyond mobile deals (the $300 drop for the 256GB Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G was a real surprise) and sales on Samsung and Apple tablets, as well as the new Airpods), in addition , of course, the usual annual deals on Amazon’s own products (fundamental Kindle Paperwhitethe tablet Kindle Fire HD 8 and the Fire 4K TV Stick), there haven’t been many offers from those to remove the hiccups this year. The best-selling offerings from previous years have repeated (we’re talking about you, Garmin Fenix 6X Pro)… but few big new ones. In fact, there were off-menu offers, parallel to Prime Day, but outside of the much more interesting Amazon trade event that featured products at lower prices than the official offers. Many of them are still active. And then there are Amazon Prime Day discounted products that in the following days continue if not at the same price, very little above. We are talking about less than 30 euros above this price. The Apple Watch 7, without going any further, is only four dollars above the Amazon Prime Day sale, which is still the best option if you want to buy the best possible Apple Watch at the best price. The discount is also maintained, for example, on the iPhone 11 and discounts on many Samsung tablets, starting with the Galaxy Tab A8 and continuing with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, two of the best Android tablets on the market. .
We focus on technology because it’s what interests us most as consumers when bargain hunting and what we really understand when analyzing prices, but remember that in general, in various product categories, expect Amazon Prime Day pass (and Prime Day week) is rewarded. You are more than likely to find additional discounts of between 5% and 10%. It mainly occurs with linens, electrical appliances and outdoor equipment. From the second half of July you will find better prices. And if you plan to anticipate your Christmas shopping, keep in mind that toys have better prices before Christmas.
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