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Shop 104 of the Best Early Prime Day Deals Right Now

Early Amazon Prime Day deals are already coming thick and fast, meaning you can start saving right now.

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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET's guide for everything you need to know and how to find the best deals.

No matter what you're looking to buy on Amazon Prime Day, chances are you can probably already find an early Prime Day deal on it right now. Though the official Prime Day dates are still over a week away, there are already some stellar markdowns on TVs, Apple devices, Android phones, home appliances and more so you don't actually have to wait until the 48-hour sale kicks off to save.

We've taken it upon ourselves to round up a bunch of the best early Prime Day deals we've seen so far so that you don't have to spend your time scouring Amazon yourself. With Fourth of July sales also on the horizon, we're only going to see more savings surface over the coming days and weeks.

Best early Prime Day deals on Amazon devices


It wouldn't be Prime Day without a bunch of discounts on Amazon's own devices. The retailer is getting things started already with several early Prime Day deals across smart TVs, home security products, Echo devices, mesh networking systems and much more. 

Best early Prime Day deals on tech and gaming

Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch

For a lot of folks, Prime Day sales are synonymous with tech deals. Ahead of the event this year, we're already seeing early Prime Day deals on Android phones, Apple products, smart home gadgets, fitness trackers and so much more. 

Best early Prime Day deals on home and garden

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Home Depot

Whether you're wanting to get some DIY done this summer or upgrade your garden furniture, there are early Prime Day deals worth shopping right now. We're seeing hundreds of dollars in savings. 

Best early Prime Day deals on beauty and fashion

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Best Buy

Whether you need something new to wear or you want to upgrade your self care routine, these early Prime Day deals on fashion and beauty products have got you covered. 

Best early Prime Day deals on toys

NERF Modulus Recon MKIII Blaster

Prime Day isn't just for adults with hundreds of discounts across a range of toys for kids (or big kids). From Lego to Nerf guns and LOL Surprise dolls, there's something for everybody on sale already. 

Amazon Prime Day free credit deals

Between now and Prime Day, Amazon is giving you the chance to score $60 or more in free credit. Some of the free credit promotions require a purchase at Amazon, though often on things you would likely be buying between now and Prime Day anyway, meaning the credit is as good as cash. 

Should I buy early Prime Day deals or wait? 

Before every major sale, there's always some trepidation when it comes to shopping the early deals and it's no different with early Prime Day deals. Some brands are simply trying to get their deals out first in order to dip into the wallets of eager buyers, and they won't change their prices during the actual 48-hour event. With others, however, the deal you see now might not be as good as the one that crops up in a couple of weeks. 

The problem is further compounded by Prime Day's timing this year, with the event taking place the week after Fourth of July sales. The clash of sales already has shoppers comparing Prime Day deals and Fourth of July sales and wondering which is best for the products they want to pick up. 

When it comes to snagging deals around sales like these, the best advice is to have a price in mind that you'd be happy to pay and grab the item if it hits that mark. Hanging around in the hope of a lower price doesn't always work out, with a mad rush of buyers during event hours, often meaning delayed shipping or, worse, missing out on the item altogether. For the sake of what is often a few bucks, it's wise to shop early, especially since most Fourth of July sales will likely extend right through Prime Day this year anyway.

Do I need to be a Prime member to shop early Prime Day deals?

Though you certainly will need to have an active Amazon Prime membership to shop all of the deals during the 48-hour Prime Day sale, you don't need to be signed up in order to shop most of the early Prime Day deals listed above. Since these are occurring outside of the official sale, they are available to anyone for the most part. Therefore, if you don't want to sign up for Amazon Prime, now might be a good time to shop. 

That being said, if you want to get in on the official sale next month, then you'll need to be a Prime subscriber. You don't, however, need to be a paying member. You can simply be on the Prime free trial. Here's how to start a Prime free trial if you've never signed up before. 

How to prepare for Prime Day

Prime Day is almost upon us. Whether you're a seasoned sale shopper or a relative newbie, it's worth hitting up our guide on how to prepare for Prime Day. We have a bunch of top tips, from making sure your payment methods are up to date to scoring Amazon credit before the event and even using Alexa to track prices for you. It could be the difference between getting everything you want during the 48-hour sale and missing out.