When should you be shopping for Amazon Black Friday deals? When should you wait to purchase the stuff on your list? And, what is the right time to shop for electronics on Amazon? We answer questions like these and more below, to help you be prepared for shopping on Amazon this Black Friday.
Activate the Amazon Prime free trial
If you missed out on Amazon Prime Day 2020 which was held in October and haven’t signed up for a free Amazon Prime trial membership yet, do it right now! You can get Prime benefits for 30 days, which will take you through the Black Friday sales. If you don’t use Amazon, you can cancel your subscription after the sales have ended.
Do you have an Amazon-enabled device like Echo at home? Awesome! All you need to do is say “Alexa, what are your deals?,” and you’ll have all the details of the top deals on Amazon. Instead of scouring through multiple pages on the Amazon website or app, this is the quickest way to find current offers.
Sign up for Watch Deal alerts
If you don’t want to miss out on limited-time, one-day-only Lightning Deals between Thanksgiving and Christmas on Amazon, search for what you want at least a day in advance and then sign up for text notifications for the product on Amazon’s app. The app will notify you when a deal is about to go live. Once you receive the notification, just tap on your phone to open the app and snag the discount.
Collect free Amazon credit
Due to the holiday rush, packages are often delivered late. If this happens with your package, you can file a claim with Amazon and get rewarded free Amazon credits for your next order.
Buy discounted gift cards
Amazon Black Friday gift card deals can help you save on your holiday purchases and they make a great gift for friends and family too. Using these gift cards is one of the easiest ways to save. In case they are sold out, you can set an alert to receive a notification when they’re back in stock.
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