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Amazon Prime Day 2020: A full roundup of all the best deals still available — save on Apple AirPods, Adidas, and Roku

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 has come to an end, but there's still a chance to catch a few ongoing deals on several popular products. Discounts remain available for Apple devices, Macbook Air, Google Pixel phones, Roku streaming players, portable chargers, Foreo facial cleansing devices, Adidas sneakers, and more.

If you act now, there's still time to take advantage of some great lingering Prime Day deals, like $50 off Apple's AirPods Pro and $50 off Sony's previous-generation flagship headphones

Prime Day is an exclusive event for the more than 150 million Prime subscribers, offering some of the lowest prices of the year on Amazon products and leading brands. Prime membership costs $13 per year ($120 per year) and delivers other perks, like free two-day shipping, rewards at Amazon stores like Whole Foods, and hundreds of streaming movies and TV shows from Prime Video. New subscribers can try Prime with a 30-day trial.

If you missed a key Prime Day deal, big box stores, like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, are still matching Prime Day prices on hot items, including Nintendo Switch games (now $40) and Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus ($30 off). Best Buy has committed to keeping some of its competing sales in place until Black Friday next month and Walmart's sale will continue through the end of October 15.

Below, you'll find the best deals still available to shop, what we're seeing from other retailers, and everything else you need to know about Amazon Prime Day 2020.

Quick link: You'll find all of Amazon's Prime Day deals on this landing page.

The best Prime Day deals you can get right now

Of the Prime Day deals that remain, the best ones include discounts on Apple's AirPods, AirPods Pro and Watch Series 3. Amazon's Fire TV and Roku's Streaming Sticks were some of the most popular entertainment devices during Prime Day. While Fire TV Cube is back to its regular price, the Roku streaming devices are currently still at their Prime Day discounted price.

Latest Prime Day news

We're still rounding up the best remaining Amazon Prime Day deals. You can catch up on some ongoing standout deals we've written about here:

Best Prime Day tech deals

If you don't want to wait until Black Friday, there are still several Amazon Prime Day tech deals going on right now. You can pick up Roku streaming devices at their discounted prices and several Samsung soundbars are currently selling for up to 25% off. Some portable chargers from Anker are discounted, but you'll need to make sure to clip the coupon on the Amazon product page to get the deal. Plus, the Apple deals we saw during Prime Day are still active.

Sadly, most of the Amazon devices are back to their original prices.

Best Prime Day TV deals

During Prime Day, we saw several 4K TVs in myriad sizes to choose from. At the time of writing, there are no longer any Amazon Prime Day deals on TVs. With that said, Amazon has a pair of high-end Sony TVs down and Samsung TVs down to their lowest price ever. Plus, Walmart's Big Save sale still offers deals on several Vizio, TCL, and Samsung TVs. 

Best Prime Day Nintendo Switch deals 

Amazon's mostly cleared out all of its discounts on Nintendo Switch deals, with "Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze" being one of the few remaining. The bundle with a 128GB memory card from Sandisk and a year-long subscription to Nintendo's online services is available for $46.

Luckily, several Nintendo Switch games, like "Splatoon 2," "Super Mario Party," and "The Outerworlds," are still on sale for $40 each at Walmart.

Best Prime Day deals on Apple devices

It should go without saying, but shoppers should not expect the new iPhone 12 to be on sale just yet. However, deals on Apple headphones are still around despite Amazon Prime Day officially ending. AirPods Pro is available for $200. There's also a $150 discount on an Apple MacBook Air, bringing it down to the lowest price we've seen on Amazon, plus the iPad Mini is $50 off.

Best Prime Day smartphone deals

Shoppers scored savings of up to 25% on Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones during Prime Day. Those shopping for smartphone deals can still save on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel  XL phones.

Best Prime Day Kindle deals

Most Amazon products saw their biggest markdowns of the year during the two-day sale, including Kindle devices, which top our list of the best ereaders. Our top pick, the Kindle Oasis was $75 off. Our pick for best midrange e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite was $50 off. And our budget pick, the basic Kindle was $30 off. Paperwhite and Kindle Kids Essentials Bundles were also up for grabs.

With Prime Day coming to a close, we expect the prices on these Kindle ereaders to come back during Black Friday. If you can wait a month to buy, do so.

Best Prime Day laptop deals

While you may not have as wide of a selection to choose from, we're seeing some worthwhile deals you can snag on laptops right now. Brands like Razer and Apple remain discounted. We've listed the best deals still kicking, including $90 off a Razer Blade 15 and $150 off a 2020 MacBook Air, below.

Best Prime Day Chromebook deals

Prime Day was a flop this year if you were looking for a new Chromebook. We saw, at most, five worthwhile deals at a time. The stock has been all over the place, so most Chromebook discounts that retailers offered were on older models that still cost too much. Our advice: hold out until Black Friday and Cyber Monday if you're trying to invest in a Chromebook. 

Right now there are no notable drops, but we'll list any that we find below.

Best Prime Day deals on headphones 

This year, shoppers saw two types of headphones receive big discounts: noise-cancelling headphones and truly wireless earbuds. In addition to Apple's ubiquitous AirPods, you can still find deals on headphones and earbuds from Bose, Jabra, JBL, and Sennheiser.

Best Prime Day deals on speakers

Over Prime Day, we saw deep discounts on Amazon's Echo speaker lineup as expected, along with drops from brands like JBL, Bose, and Anker. Now that the event is over, discounts aren't as good or as plentiful, but we're still seeing drops like $52 off a Samsung Soundbar.

Best Prime Day kitchen deals

If you're looking for a kitchen upgrade, deals remain from Amazon and competing sales. AeroGarden products are discounted up to 35%, and Walmart is offering $20 off a Keurig K-Duo.

Best Prime Day vacuum deals

We're still seeing great active deals from Amazon on robot and upright vacuums, with savings of up to 25% off from brands like Roborock, Ecovacs, and Eureka.

What kinds of deals will I find now that Prime Day is over?

There are two types of deals you should be aware of: daily deals and Lightning deals. The former are one-day offers, usually grouped by brand or category, and change at the end of the day. The latter are limited-stock offers released throughout the day.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 FAQs

Shopping during Prime Day 2020 can be a little overwhelming. To help, we're answering all the most common questions our readers have regarding the sales event, including dates, competing sales, how to prepare, and more.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Introduced in 2015 in part to celebrate Amazon's 20th anniversary, the first Amazon Prime Day was a one-day-only retail holiday for Prime members that sought to overtake Black Friday as the sales event of the year. 

During the event, prices drop to all-time lows, often beating out prices we see over Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The sale covers every product category Amazon offers: tech, beauty, home and kitchen, fashion, and smart home are just a few of the huge variety of items that will be discounted. 

Last year's Amazon Prime Day was a huge success; during the 48-hour sale event held on July 15-16, Prime members bought more than 175 million items. It was the biggest shopping day in company history until it was surpassed by Cyber Monday shortly after, a familiar pattern of record-breaking. 

When was Amazon Prime Day 2020?

Amazon Prime Day began at 12 a.m. PT on Tuesday, October 13, and came to a close on Wednesday, October 14, 11:59 p.m. PT, as it was originally postponed due to COVID-19.

During the annual 48-hour sale, Amazon Prime members found deals on products such as laptops, TVs, smartphones, wearables, and more.

Prime members in the following countries participate in the event: the US, UK, UAE, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, and — for the first time this year — Turkey and Brazil.

When did Amazon Prime Day 2020 end?

Amazon Prime Day 2020 ended at 11:59 p.m. PT on Wednesday, October 14 for west coast shoppers. For the east coast, Amazon Prime Day ended at 2:59 a.m. ET on Thursday, October 15.

Was Amazon Prime Day postponed this year?

Prime Day in past years has always taken place during the summer, specifically in July. Due to recent supply-chain delays and increased demand related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Amazon pushed Prime Day 2020 to October 13-14.

Who can access Prime Day deals?

Only Amazon Prime members can take advantage of this event. Signing up is easy though, and a membership comes with many more benefits than just Prime Day deals access and free two-day shipping. New members can sign up for a free 30-day trial with full benefits before committing.

Do other stores take part in Amazon Prime Day?

Walmart, Target, and Best Buy offered sales with competitive pricing during and around the event. The volume and quality of these competitor deals were strong, despite the postponement of Prime Day 2020 leaving us very close to Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Walmart's "Big Save Event" leapfrogged Prime Day by starting on October 11, and it will last until Thursday, October 15 – a day longer than Prime Day itself. However, Walmart+, the retail giant's Amazon Prime "competition," has not factored into the equation. Fortunately, Walmart+ offers a 15-day free trial.

Target's 'Deal Days' event ran concurrently with Prime Day and offered shoppers "double the deals compared to last year." As with Amazon Prime Day, Target offered "early-bird deals" ahead of "Deal Days" plus exclusive discounts for Target Circle members.

Best Buy historically offers discounts during Prime Day and this year was no different. During the sale, Best Buy sold laptops starting as low as $120, JBL Free true wireless headphones for $60, and a Samsung 70-inch 4K smart TV for $530. Shoppers also saw discounts on Apple devices, laptops, big-screen TVs, and kitchen appliances during their competing Prime Day sale.

How will this Prime Day be different from years past?

With Prime Day happening so close to Black Friday this year, competing sales and the number of overall deals will most likely be fewer in number.

Rival retailers may do as little as match Amazon's discounts on Amazon products, like Kindles and Echo speakers, and a few high-demand products, like Sony headphones or gaming consoles. 

The larger ripple we expect to see this Amazon Prime Day is less available stock and potentially delayed shipping. Shipping speeds often take a hit during these high-traffic events, and we expect it to be worse than in years past.

With supply chains still not back up to snuff since prior to the pandemic, high-demand items like webcams, home office furniture, brand-name hand sanitizers, workout equipment, sewing machines, and the like will probably run out quickly, if they're in stock at all.

What if I missed Prime Day?

While Amazon Prime Day was Amazon's big event of the year, it wouldn't be too big of a stretch to assume Amazon will participate in Black Friday sales alongside other retailers. So if you missed Amazon's annual sale event, you'll have another shot at savings in November.

To prep for then, you should take the same steps we advised for Amazon Prime Day, such as: 

  1. Make sure you're an Amazon Prime member.
  2. Download the Amazon app.
  3. Make sure your payment methods are up-to-date.
  4. Create a shopping plan and narrow down what you want to buy. 

For more detailed information on how to shop Amazon Prime Day 2020, read this.

You can also prepare by reading up on everything Prime Day-related to learn about what types of deals to expect and how to shop special promotions like Lightning Deals. 

If one of the products on your wish list didn't receive a discount during Prime Day — don't immediately surrender to the retail price. In a little more than a month after Prime Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday may offer the discount you were hoping for.

Which is better for deals: Prime Day or Black Friday?

2020 has been an unprecedented year for deals events, so making solid predictions based on past years is somewhat difficult.

We could speculate for days whether or not retailers will be able to offer equally jaw-dropping prices as past years, but with the delays in supply chains and shipping, and demand increases, prices this year between either Prime Day or Black Friday may not be as great as in past years (if there's even enough stock).

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