October is now in the rear-view mirror, and as we cross into November holiday shopping season is starting to heat up.
As always, Amazon has some great deals on gifts for loved ones — or even as a treat for yourself. And if you are a Prime member, you can take advantage of free two-day shipping and other freebies and discounts.
And just for the holiday season, you will get free shipping with no minimum purchase. Amazon says “customers can enjoy free shipping with no minimum purchase amount on orders that will arrive in time for Christmas.”
Following are the best deals you can get at Amazon right now. These offers typically last for a limited time. We will update prices as soon as they rise or fall.
1. Men’s watch — 69 percent off
If you are a sport-minded guy — or if you have such a man in your life — this Ferrari Men’s 0830077 Race Day Chronograph Black Rubber Strap Watch is the perfect way to put extra pep in your competitive step.
2. Oven thermometer — 69 percent off
Cook your meals perfectly and safely with this Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Oven Monitoring Thermometer.
3. Folding table and chair set — 65 percent off
Get ready for holiday gatherings with this Cosco 5-Piece Folding Table and Chair Set.
4. Wood picture frame — 63 percent off
Display your memories with this Lawrence Frames Collection Wood Picture Frame Gallery.
5. Wall clock — 59 percent off
Add some flair to your home with this Deco 79 36-Inch Metal Clock.
6. Pizza maker — 52 percent off
Spice up parties and family fun time with this Betty Crocker Pizza Maker.
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