The high expected Amazon Prime Day is slated for Monday and Tuesday.
The volume of deals can be overwhelming, so experts advise consumers not to act impulse and wait for the good deal to ensure you save the money you want. Another tip is to have a plan and find out in advance what you need before you buy.
While Amazon has remained mum on specific offers that will take place on the biggest shopping event for Prime members, there are some things and offers on Examine Experts.
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Items from a third party seller
Many "quick deals" offered on Prime Day were from third-party sellers. However, consumers should be cautious with some third-party merchants who can increase an item's price to benefit from the shopping event. Kristin Cook, CEO of BensBargains.com, told MarketWatch that consumers should double-check the prices with a tool like The Tracktor that looks at how much the product is compared to sales.
Technical products such as laptops and game consoles
Do you need a new laptop? Skip it on Prime Day. The best portable deals are usually offered when starting with home sales, US News World & World Report.
At the same time, experts said to stop buying a video game console and wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday to consider the purchase. During the holidays, many stores offer a game or gift card with the console, which is an added bonus to the product, Kristin McGrath, Offers.com's shopping expert, told MarketWatch.
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Avoid buying toys for your child or grandchild on Prime Day. The best toy offers are given weeks just before Christmas when most are in stock and on sale.
Sure, a package deal may seem good, but look closer. Do you need everything in that package or just one thing? Want to use everything in the pile? Wirecutter analysts said a consumer should not just be blinded by a package deal, but take a look at what they are buying and if they want to use all the items. If not, consider saying no to the bundle.