Amazon Prime Day 2019 is set to run July 15 and 16, so now is the the time to start mapping out your approach to the expansive 48-hour shopping event. This is your chance to score a new TV or Amazon Echo Show for a fraction of the everyday price. Over two days this year, Amazon puts tens and tens of thousands of products on sale for Prime Day — some on sale for a short period of time and others available in limited quantities. CNET will closely monitor all the Amazon Prime Day deals as they pop up, so if you follow along with us, you’ll be sure to not miss anything. But if you’d rather see the action for yourself, you can set alerts for Amazon to notify you when an item goes on sale, so you can snap it up at the appropriate moment. You can grab a Prime Day deal if you have an Amazon Prime subscription, so make sure you are a member in good standing before the deals start. And if you’re not a paying member, don’t worry: You can sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial, which gets you all the benefits of a Prime subscription for 30 days — including access to Prime Day deals — and lets you cancel without paying at the end of the trial. An annual membership is $119 a year, or $12.99 a month. And college students can sign up for half that, after a six-month… [Read full story]
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