Transcript for Walmart, Target kick off major deals in competition with Amazon’s Prime Day
the battle for your bucks as Amazon gears up for prime day. Other companies have a major sales pitch of their own. Erielle reshef joins us now. Reporter: Prime day is the super bowl of summer shopping. Last year Amazon said its customer saved a billion dollarsment now it's not just Amazon offering up discounts. It's the battle of the retail giants. Walmart and target going head to head with Amazon. It has become very competitive. Amazon is the 800 pound gorilla in the room when it comes to ecommerce. Any retailer has a competing Amazon prime day is here. Reporter: Amazon promising 48 hours of epic sales starting target deal days offering three days of savings touting no membership fees. Walmart with four days of deals for days. Like $300 off this nova robot vacuum. You could take an HP laptop, Boes head phones put them in your cart and look at the prices. Reporter: Amazon giving "Gma" a preview. Like 50% off this eco dart. 25% off Mario cart live. Up to 40% off graco baby products. What are some of the biggest deals? Customers will gravitate towards things to help them get back to that sort of normal life. Luggage, beauty products now that we're going out and socializing again. Have to put our make-up back on? Reporter: Other deals from Amazon, back to school supplies. HP laptops on sale. Amazon says keep checking back on their website over that 48-hour period. New deals will continue to pop Erielle, it's prime day. What if you're not a prime can you still find ways to save? Reporter: You can. You can sign up for a free prime subscription. It's a free trial for 30 days. That allows you to qualify for prime day. Good to know. Coming up we have a "Play of the day," a golf swing like you
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