Amazon Prime Day is upon us on October 13 and 14, closer to the holiday season this year, featuring exclusive deals on over 1 million products with free Prime delivery. Typically, the event prominently features deals on Amazon's own devices and private labels. Deals on headphones, speakers, laptops, 4K TVs, and small kitchen appliances are most common. But it appears Amazon has started to slash prices already. You can get an Amazon Echo Dot 2-pack for $40, down from $100. You can also get a Fire TV Recast (DVR) for $130, down from $230. And the Insignia 50-inch 4K Fire TV is only $250, down from $350. You can also expect great deals on laptops, Apple gadgets, and other products that have the Prime Day badge. Amazon has more Prime members than ever, surpassing 150 million globally at the end of last year. Prime members can also expect savings from certain items at Whole Foods, which has seen a dramatic increase in demand during the pandemic. Some of the best sites to bookmark in order to track the best Amazon Prime Day deals are Cnet, Techradar, ZDNet, Apple Insider, Engadget, PC Mag, and GameSpot. To take advantage of these deals, make sure you have the Amazon mobile app, a Prime membership, a Redeeem account funded with enough bitcoin, and you've flagged all the products for which you want to receive notifications once they go on sale.

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