3 Major Retailers Offering Big Discounts on Prime Day

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Today and tomorrow are Amazon Prime Day. But if you are among the households without Prime, the sale doesn’t do you much good.

Unless you shop at a competitor hosting its own version of Prime-like deals.

Several big-name retailers are offering deals to compete with Amazon’s annual shopping extravaganza. They include the following.

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Target

The retailer says its biggest sale of the summer runs July 15-16 and includes the following deals:

“Day One (Monday, July 15)

  • 40% off select furniture and indoor rugs
  • Great deals on top kitchen brands, like Instant Pot, KitchenAid and more
  • Save on top floorcare items from Shark, Dyson, Hoover and more
  • Buy two, get one free on books

Day Two (Tuesday, July 16)

  • 5% off Target eGiftCards™ (email and mobile delivery only)
  • 30% off exclusive home brands, including indoor and outdoor furniture and rugs, bedding, bath and more
  • Up to 30% off select small appliances, cookware and floorcare items
  • Great deals for the family, like 30% off swim and select sandals
  • Up to 30% off top toy brands and select sporting goods
  • 30% off Cat & Jack uniforms for kids
  • Up to 30% off Evenflo car seats and strollers”

eBay

Ebay is hosting a “crash sale” — a poke at the fact that Amazon’s website has crashed during past years due to a high volume of shoppers visiting on Prime Day.

Ebay’s sale kicked off on July 1 and runs through July 22, with the deals available at ebay.com/deals. The remaining deals are as follows:

  • “The Crash Sale [July 15]: Crash the party with doorbuster savings on top brands, including LG, Apple, Samsung, KitchenAid, Garmin, and more over 50% off — with a fresh batch of too-good-to-be-true deals that will drop if Amazon crashes.
  • Hot Deals for Hot Days [July 8-22]: Two weeks of new deals launching every day, offering a chance to save big on the hottest tech, smart home devices, home appliances, and more up to 80% off.”

Kohl’s

Kohl’s says it is “bringing the summer heat” with two days of sales July 15-16.

The retailer says it will offer doorbuster deals, a 15% off offer for all customers, and an additional $10 off a purchase of $50 or more online only. Visit Kohl’s coupons webpage for details on the additional savings.

Other deals include:

  • “Up to 60% off swimsuits select styles
  • $15 and under shorts for the family
  • $10 and under tees, tanks tops and polos for the family
  • $8 beach towels select styles
  • $5.99 flip-flops for women select styles
  • Special deals on active, including 25% off Adidas across all categories”

Do you know of more retailers offering great deals on Prime Day? Let us know in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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