Walmart to launch major sale - one day ahead of Amazon Prime Day

Daniel Fowler
July 14, 2019

Starting tomorrow - for the next 48 hours - Amazon Prime Day Sale will commence and have on offer discounts on smartphones, consumer electronics items, audio products, TVs and many other things.

As shoppers stock up on discounted products this week, Amazon warehouse workers in Shakopee, Minnesota, are holding a six-hour walkout strike. Some of the featured products include OnePlus 7 Mirror Blue edition, Samsung Galaxy M40 Cocktail Orange model, and Intel-powered laptops and more.

Even though we're still more than 24 hours away from the Prime Day madness and Amazon's list of early deals available right now is far from extensive or impressive in any way, fans of ultra-affordable Android-based tablets should waste no time and pull the trigger as soon as possible on a heavily discounted Fire HD 8 at Woot. After the trial period ends, users will be charged Rs 129 per month or Rs 999 per year for the Prime membership. Check your mobile data plan as Airtel and Vodafone also bundle free Amazon Prime subscription with select prepaid and postpaid plans. You can also add the Amazon Assistant browser extension, which tracks Prime Day deals.

If you don't yet have Amazon Prime and you're in the United Kingdom, you can get £20 off until Tuesday, too. Available from both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, the Shopping App is essentially the entirety of Amazon's website optimized to fit in your pocket.

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If you buy anything from Amazon, you'd be a fool not to be a Prime member.

Amazon customers can get up to Rs 1,000 back on food, travel, bills and sending money on Amazon Pay.

"The same goes for emails and messages you receive through platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp". If you're not already, there's never been a better time to sign up. Kotaku often has affiliate partnerships, so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.

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