12 Amazing Amazon Prime Day Deals for Your Home
Reserved solely for Prime members, Amazon Prime Day officially begins July 16 at 3 p.m. ET (noon PT) and will run through July 17, while steep discounts are popping up leading up to the big day. Here are some crazy-cool home items to scoop up this Amazon Prime Day.
Coleman Portable Tabletop Propane Grill
Take your grill skills to the park, on a camping trip or even at the beach with this portable tabletop grill from Coleman. Originally $169.99, it’s currently priced at $159.99 in celebration of Amazon Prime Day! Add these 15 must-have grilling tools from Amazon to your purchase for the ultimate backyard BBQ.
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Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender
Not all blenders are created equal! If you’re a blend-a-holic, you’re going to want to purchase the crème de la crème of machines, which is undoubtedly the Vitamix. This blender has a topnotch system that allows you to layer coarse chops over smooth purées, making for the perfect chunky salsa or thick soup.
Vitamix blenders go for around $500, but with Amazon releasing the new Vitamix blender exclusively for Prime members as part of its first batch of Prime Day deals, the blender can be purchased for 30 percent less than its standard price. If you love Amazon, check out these 13 Amazon items that every DIYer will want.
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TEWELL Detachable Sound Bar
Sound systems in the home can prove very bulky, which is why brands are coming out with sleeker options, like sound bars. TEWELL has come out with a very affordable option that’s available for a steal now through Amazon Prime Day for about $100. Reviewers of the product find it to be high-quality despite the price. If you’re all about reviews, check out these 12 best reviewed hand tools to buy on Amazon.
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TP-Link Home Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System
Having a lot of tech gadgets in the home may make for a smarter home, but too many things can create unnecessary clutter. TP-Link’s WiFi system replaces routers and extenders. Featuring two units, the system covers up to 4,500 sq. ft. and 3-5 bedrooms with seamless WiFi. It also replaces ZigBee and Bluetooth smart hubs, while allowing you to connect smart devices and control them all through one app. While you’re on the site, be sure to take a look at these 20 best reviewed lawn care products to buy on Amazon.
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Amazon Echo Show
While the Amazon Echo Show is normally $229.99, Amazon has begun celebrating Prime Day early, giving members the opportunity to pay $129.99 right now. The device is an enhanced version of the Echo, featuring a 7″ touchscreen display, 5MP camera, 8-microphone array and dual 2″ stereo speakers. You can even make video calls to other Echo Show owners, as well as people who have the Alexa App. Check out these 10 unexpected ways to use Alexa.
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Firstbuild Opal Nugget Ice
On Amazon Prime Day, the online shopping platform will sell Firstbuild’s Opal Nugget Ice maker for $100 less, dropping the price from $499 to $399. The product is an ideal purchase for your summer dreams of frozen confections. Is the ice maker in your freezer jammed? Try these repair tips.
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BoxLock: The World’s First Smart Padlock to Protect Deliveries
The very first box lock for your packages, this product lets you know when and if your ordered items have been dropped off. Amazon is launching the lock on Prime Day, selling it for $129. You can attach it to a box equipped for padlocks and sizable enough to store your deliveries. Your delivery driver presses the button on the top of the lock, scanning the tracking number to unlock the box, so your package can be safely stored inside and out of sight from burglars. Check out these 10 hiding spots burglars always look first.
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OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder
For $100, you can get a stainless steel coffee grinder featuring 15 settings, as well as micro settings, that allow you to adjust the grind depending on the type of coffee you’re making. The one-touch start timer ensures you have easy access to your last setting.
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Squish Fast Wireless Charging Pad and Charging Phone Stand
This Amazon Prime launch is a two-in-one tech gadget that allows you to both prop your phone up while charging it quickly, allowing you to continue streaming your videos or reading your email without hunching over from the short cord of regular wall chargers. The product is selling for $29.99. Prefer to DIY? Check out this DIY wireless charger from IKEA.
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Black+Decker BTU Portable AC Unit
Leading up to Amazon Prime Day, Amazon encourages you to beat the heat with this portable AC unit from Black+Decker. Normally priced at $380, you can get it for $287. The unit cools, dehumidifies and circulates air. It also features easy-to-use electronic controls and is quiet while you sleep. Once you make this purchase, you’ll want to know how to double its life!
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Earn 10% Back at Whole Foods Market
Buying groceries can rack up quite the bill. Take advantage of Amazon Prime Day with this sweet deal. From July 14 through July 17, eligible Prime members can earn 10% back with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card on up to a total of $400 in purchases at Whole Foods Market stores. If you’re shopping at Whole Foods, be sure you have reusable grocery bags! And to hold all your good deals, here’s how to make the bags super sturdy.
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EufyHome RoboVac 30
Leading up to Amazon Prime Day, this robotic vacuum from EufyHome is $30 off, dropping from $269.99 to $239.99. The hands-off vacuum allows you to set boundary strips to focus your cleaning, automatically increases suction power for the best clean, and operates for 100 minutes at a low volume. Is a robot vacuum for you? Here’s what you need to know.
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