Amazon Prime Day deals are coming to an end at 12 a.m. PST tonight, but there are still quite a few Prime Day deals on Amazon right now.
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The best Prime Day phone deals still going on are iPhone discounts and one standout deal on the Samsung Galaxy S21.
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The best Prime Day Robot vacuum deals today are iRobot Roomba discounts, but there are a few standout sales on lesser-known models.
The best prime day soundbar deals today are from Polk and Vizio, but there are also some Prime Day Roku deals worth looking into.
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The best speaker sales going on right now are Bluetooth speaker deals and shelf speakers from popular brands.
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The best printer sales going on now are on inkjet printers, but some of the steepest discounts are from laser printer deals.
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The best router deals are on mesh routers and some solid options from Netgear.
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For every good deal out there on Prime Day, there are a dozen bad. That’s why it’s important to not only consult an impartial source of buying advice to find out whether the offer you’re looking at is really worth your hard-earned cash, but also to have an understanding of the tricks retailers use to dupe customers into thinking they’re looking at the deal of the decade.
Most merchants treat Prime Day as a chance to offload stagnant stock, so most of the discounts you’ll find will be on aging models that people aren’t interested in anymore — and they use some immoral methods to flog them. For instance, you may find an HDTV reduced to a rock-bottom price, yet nowhere on the top half of the page does it state that it’s only 720p HD.
So, what’s the issue? Well, the retailers aren’t technically at fault here. They disclose all the information they’re required to. But they bury it to fool bargain-hunting customers into taking advantage of an offer without doing their homework. Our point? If a deal is too good to be true, it probably is — even on Prime Day. There’s no harm in doing a little bit of research.
Even if you just take to Google to make sure it has the one feature you have your heart set on, you will at least avoid some disappointment when it arrives. We have some better advice, though: Search for the best Prime Day deals right here at Digital Trends, where our experts separate the wheat from the chaff, then detail everything you need to know about each product.
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