This year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Amazon's largest annual sales event was postponed from July to October 13 and 14. Among the offers, there are some products that you may be able to find at a better price later on. Which are these items?
Amazon Prime Day started early Tuesday and runs through 3 a.m. ET Wednesday, and though many offers may be tempting, there are certain items experts recommend you hold off on purchasing.
According to CNBC, Michael Bonebright, consumer analyst with DealNews.com, put TVs on that list. Even though Fire Edition TVs will start at around $80, “there’s genuinely no point in buying any TV before November’s Black Friday sales begin,” he said.
The best cellphone deals will probably be on Black Friday, according to DealNews.com.
You may want to wait until the holidays for video games and gaming consoles, said Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert at RetailMeNot.com, as “shoppers will be able to find stronger offers from retailers like GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart and even Target,” She added.
Skirboll also said you’ll find the best prices on toys in the “10 days leading up to the holidays,”, and there will be lower prices for laptops on Black Friday and Cyber Monday than on Amazon Prime Day.