That’s right, you get to shop for deals starting at 12 a.m. Pacific Time on July 15, ending at 11:59 p.m. Pacific on July 16. So what should you do to get ready for the big days?

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Here are just a few sale items we think you’d like: Fire TV Recast is a DVR that lets you watch and record over-the-air TV at home and on the go, and can save 75 hours of HD programming. Make sure you read the fine print about what you need to make this DVR work. Another deal is the Echo Show 5 compact smart display. With Echo Show, you can tell Alexa to show you movie trailers, your smart devices, weather, maps, calendars — and so much more! 

Lightning, spotlights and gold

On Prime Day, get ready for a storm of Lightning Deals. If you really want an item, you’ll have to be on alert as the Lightning Deals pop up. When you see a Prime Day Spotlight Deal, however, there’s less urgency since these tend to have the most inventory. You don’t have to move as quickly as you would during a Lightning Deal, but that doesn’t mean you can lollygag. If you’re not prone to quick reactions and adrenaline rushes, maybe stick to the Gold Box Deals of the Day. These last 24 hours before being replaced, but remember, they can sell out too.

Alexa, gimme

Smartphone app

The app will also let you see many Lightning Deals before they’re posted. You can create a “Watch a Deal” list to get notifications when the sale for the item you want is about to go live. Finally, turn Turn on “1-Click” ordering to get you through checkout faster.

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