Hold off on consumer electronics purchases now if want to save money. The Amazon Prime Day 2017 is in just two months.
The Prime Day 2017 deals will feature savings on Amazon’s device line-up. If you are planning on getting Alexa in your house or want to watch Amazon Prime video on your TV, Prime Day is worthwhile waiting for .
The best Prime Day deals last year included the $33.33 Fire tablet instead of $49.99. A $50 savings on the popular Amazon Echo .The Amazon Fire TV was $30 off, resulting in a $69.99 price. The Fire Stick sold for $24.99 (saving $15). Kindle fans saved $30 on the Kindle Paperwhite. Depending on the supply situation, Amazon might be offfering the first discount on the new $229.99 Echo Show on Prime Day 2017.
Besides the Prime Day deals on Amazon devices, Amazon will offer likely again deals on TVs. The best Prime Day 2016 deal on a 40-inch LED HDTV was $139.99. Amazon offered a $114 40-inch LED HD TV last year with deep inventory. We expect this year that there will be more 4K TVs on sale in the Amazon Prime Day 2017 sale. Last year Amazon featured two Samsung 4K TV deals on Prime Day.
In case you cannot wait for your new TV, Sam’s Club is hosting a big 1-Day summer sale on Saturday, May 13. The advertised deals include bigscreen TVs and 4K smart TVs.
Besides TV and Amazon device deals, the Amazon Prime Day 2017 will feature deals across a wide range of categories.
Amazon offered Prime Day deals last year on video games, video game consoles, movies, cameras, apparel and more. See the full deals list from Prime Day 2016 as reference.
Prime members will not find any deals on the Nintendo Switch. Amazon could surprise customers with availability of the Nintendo Switch consoles on Prime Day. The Switch continues to be a hard find to find item, especially online.
The Prime Day 2017 sale is only available to Amazon Prime members. The membership is available as a free trial. Consumers who are not a member yet can use time the free trial to overlap with Prime Day 2017.
This report first appeared on I4U NEWS.