Expected to happen around mid-July 2020, the latest Amazon Prime Day is expected to live up to its reputation as the biggest shopping day there is. In 2019, the two-day shopping event had higher sales totals than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, as shoppers snapped up deeply discounted Instant Pots, Amazon Echo devices and more.
But good deals are only half of the Amazon Prime Day fun, because the shopping holiday has become just as synonymous with the weird and usual. You can get a great deal on an electric toothbrush, sure. But how about a deal on a Hillary Clinton Chia Pet? Maybe a discount on a 55-gallon drum of personal lubricant is more your speed?
Or, perhaps, you'd rather buy this cat scratcher designed to look like a turntable? It's one of our absolute favorite (weird) Prime Day deals, dating back to 2017.
Looking to add some out-of-the-world art to your walls? This painfully millennial "Galaxy Cat" tapestry, a Prime Day 2019 deal ($16.99), measures 60-by-80 inches and is made of polyester.
Yes, really—it's a wireless doorbell for potty training your dog. But the weirdest part about this Amazon Prime Day 2019 deal ($29.99), however, may be the fact that it actually works.
Sure, you could buy these gummy worms in 2-ounce or 8-ounce bags. But on Prime Day 2017, the best way to save big was to buy big -- specifically, this 5-pound bulk bag of Trolli Sour Brite Crawlers gummy worms.