This Is Your Last Chance for Prime Day Deals

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 isn’t over just yet. It runs until the very end of Wednesday — 11:59 Pacific time, which is technically Thursday morning on the East Coast.

So, we continue to update our hand-picked highlights below as shorter-lived deals come and go. The deals marked “Added late Wednesday” are the latest additions.

Note: Some prices may have changed since we last updated this list, and if you aren’t signed in to your Prime account, you may not see these discounts on Amazon’s site. Not a Prime member? Sign up fort a free 30-day Prime trial.

Kitchen appliances

Other home goods

Health and personal care

Clothing, shoes and accessories

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Prime Day fashion webpage.

Pets

Toys and games

TVs and accessories

Headphones and earbuds

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Prime Day Headphones webpage.

Smartphones

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Prime Day Cell Phones and Accessories webpage.

Smart watches

Tablets

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Prime Day Computers and Accessories webpage.

E-readers

Amazon Echo devices

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Amazon Device Deals webpage.

Prime Video Channel subscriptions

Note: You can find more deals like these on the Prime Video storefront.

Other subscriptions

Miscellaneous

  • Halloween candy: Up to 30% off
  • Amazon gift cards: Buy $40 or more in Amazon gift cards, or reload your own gift-card balance with $40 or more, and you can get a $10 Amazon promotional credit (which expires Nov. 29).
  • Samsonite luggage: Up to 50% off

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