Tuesday is Prime Day, an Amazon shopping holiday that promises to be an “epic day of deals.”
While Amazon Prime members act on limited-time discounts across the expansive online marketplace, other retailers have stepped up to offer midsummer savings of their own.
Ready to fire up your online shopping cart? Here are five places (besides Amazon) where you can snag deals this July 11.
From July 11-13, Newegg is putting on its third annual FantasTech sale, with deals on hundreds of tech products. For instance, an LG 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is $399.99 (down from $546.99), and an MSI 15.6-inch gaming laptop is $599.99 (down from $799). To keep you interested, Newegg promises new deals will be unlocked each day of the sale.
Through July 14, Dell is bringing Black Friday to July, with doorbuster deals and hundreds of dollars off select products. Sale items include desktops, TVs and laptops. Keep in mind that doorbusters and standing offers are available on a rolling basis with limited availability.
Through July 15, snag discounts on select Google products. The Google Home voice-activated speaker is on sale for $99 (regularly $129). The Chromecast and Chromecast Audio streaming devices are down to $25 each (regularly $35).
4. Office Depot
From July 9-15, select products are dropping as low as 1 cent apiece at Office Depot as part of a “penny deals” event. Other low-priced supplies include a 12-pack of eraser caps for 25 cents and 50-cent Sharpie single permanent markers. Some items can be purchased only in limited quantities.
Amazon Prime members have Prime Day, and now Passport members have Passport Day.
Celebrations Passport is a loyalty program from 1-800-Flowers and its family of brands, including Cheryl’s Cookies and The Popcorn Factory. On July 11 and 12, members can take advantage of Passport Day perks, such as member-only deals. There will also be giveaways on social media.
Much like Prime Day, these five sales are available for a limited time. See each retailer for full details, including possible exclusions.
Courtney Jespersen is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @courtneynerd.