We get it, not everyone has an Amazon Prime account. And for those that don’t, it can feel like Prime Day is this giant savings holiday that you miss out on. Fear not, as plenty of other online retailers and brands have adopted these two days (yes, Amazon Prime Day is two days now) as an Internet-wide sales day.
We’ve rounded up the best non-Amazon Prime Day deals you need to keep on your radar below. And if you’re curious, here are the best Prime Day deals.
Walmart’s The Big Save
Walmart is dropping major discounts on just about everything, and in some instances even undercutting the prices Amazon is offering on the same product. Apple AirPods with a charging case are $145, the Roomba iRobot 680 is $227 and there’s a mixed bag of solid 4K TVs that are all heavily discounted. If you don’t have a Prime account and are looking to do some shopping, Walmart is a good first stop.
Adorama 48-Hour Dare to Compare Sale
If you’re in the market for camera gear, Adorama’s 48-Hour Dare to Compare sale is worth checking out. You can snag a DJI Osmo Action 4K HDR Camera for $30 off, a Sony a7R II Alpha Full Frame Mirorless Digital Camera body for 17 percent off, a Fujifilm X-T2 Mirrorless Camera body for 50 percent off and so much more.
Best Buy Flash Sale
Best Buy’s 48-hour Flash Sale is a trove of great deals on electronics. Sales include $250 off the Bose SoundTouch 300 Soundbar, up to $800 off select LG TVs, $450 off Apple MacBooks, 50 percent off select Klipsch speakers and so much more.
Macy’s Black Friday in July Sale
The Macy’s Black Friday in July sale is a good opportunity to jump on some special sales for kitchen and even some menswear items. Like this Cuisinart Onyx BLack & Rose Gold 12-piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set that’s 56 percent off. Or this 2.75-Qt. Le Creuset Round French Oven that’s 70 percent off.
Bonobos 30% off Everything
You can save 30 percent off everything at Bonobos when you use the code FITSALE during checkout.
Extra 30% off at Nike
For the next two days, when you use the code BEST30 on Nike’s website you’ll get an extra 30 percent off items.
Up to 50% off at Outdoor Voices
Athletic brand Outdoor Voices is running a sale with items discounted up to 50 percent.
eBay’s Crash Sale
eBay is coyly banking on the fact that Prime Day traffic may cause site crashes on Amazon.com. The eBay Crash Sale is offering up free shipping on everything has some insane deals. A new Milwaukee 5-Tool Combo Kit is $269 (down from $600), a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is discounted 46 percent, electronics are up to 50 percent off, Dyson vacuums and fans are insanely cheap, camping and hiking gear is up to 30 percent off, Adidas sneakers and apparel are up to 60 percent off, Casio watches are up to 60% off — the list truly goes on and on.
Target Deal Days
Target is another online retailer looking to gain some traction on Amazon by offering up loads of deals and free two-day shipping with its Deal Days. Sales like an 8qt Instant Pot Duo for $70, a 23andMe DNA Test Kit for $79 and a Ninja Blender Duo with FreshVac Technology for less than $100 are just the beginning of what Target is offering up.
40% off Sitewide from Reebok
Reebok is offering up 40 percent off sitewide for plenty of savings on sneakers, apparel and more.
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