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Prime Day 2019 may not officially arrive until July 15 and 16, but Amazon is still offering its customers ways to shop and save in the meantime. Gearing up for what is sure to be an epic event, Amazon is hosting Pre-Prime Day sales on everything from furniture to food.
For example, Prime members can save up to 25% on snacks and drinks on Amazon now. According to the sale page, once you “clip the coupon” you can unlock the discount. “Clipping a coupon” can be done through the daily deals tab. Once on the daily deals page, press “Coupons” to see all of the coupon deals available for the day. Select “Clip Coupon” so that you can take advantage of the deal once the item included in the deal is in your cart.
Whichever method you choose depends on your shopping style, but you’ll save money on some of the purchases you’d make either way!
There are options for shopping in bulk, too, so if you’re hosting a party this summer or you just want to go ahead and purchase enough snacks to last until school starts again, now’s the time to do so considering you’ll save in the process.
Those Lay’s chips included in the promo? A pack of 40 is just $16.98 on Amazon right now, but the coupon will unlock up to another 25% off:
And a 15-count of Health Warrior granola bars? It’s available for $14.06 on Amazon, plus the chance to save up to 25% — meaning you’ll have the perfect post-workout snack at your disposal for a discount this summer:
With savings like this already available online, just imagine what’s to come once the Prime Day sale officially becomes available to shop on July 15 and 16. The deals aren’t announced ahead of time, but based on years past, Prime members will be able to save on must-have tech essentials, kitchen appliances and more.
But, with ways to save leading up to Prime Day, it couldn’t hurt to start stocking up a little early and avoiding the online frenzy that will ensue — Black Friday or Cyber Monday-style — when Prime Day 2019 goes live.
Happy saving, shoppers!