Transcript for What to watch out for hunting for best bargains on Amazon Prime Day
Amazon prime day could feel like Christmas in July. If you can bag that perfect bargain. But there are things to know before you hit that buy button tomorrow. ABC's Becky Worley has your guide to hunting down the best buys. Amazon prime day is both July 15th and 16th. Reporter: This is your cheat sheet. When does it start? How long does it last? What kind of discounts are we talking about? And some sneaky tricks and tips. So, it starts on Monday at midnight pacific time, 3:00 A.M. Eastern. Am I saying you should stay up? Probably not, and that's because it runs 48 hours. Now, it's available only to prime members. But your first insider tip, you can sign up for a free 30-day membership, no cost, just remember to cancel it after prime day or you'll be charged $119 for the yearlong membership. So, our second tip, all of the Amazon electronics get a price cut on prime day, so, if you're in the market for a kindle tablet, a streaming media stick, or maybe an Alexa, jump on it now. When discounts go live is random, most are lightning deals. Amazon is pushing you to download their app and check in regularly to see what's new. But final tip, all this price dropping on Amazon triggers other stores to discount heavily, too, so be sure to price comparison on other sites. To make sure that the price you're seeing on Amazon is really the best available. So, while I'm tempted to buy into this whole event and say happy prime day, I think I'll just leave it as -- good luck with your deal hunting. Guys? Dan Harris taking notes. Yoga pants on order already, the lululemons. Click. We'll be back with "Pop
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