Amazon Prime Day 2018: Best Things to Buy

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It does not surprise that Amazon India is going the extra mile this year with Prime Day.

According to CNBC, the e-commerce giant is increasing the cost for third-party sellers to participate in the much-hyped "lightning deals", limited-time offers that are usually considered the steepest discounts of the 36-hour holiday.

See the deal in the United Kingdom here and the USA here. The company kickstarted its Prime Day preparations by introducing a brand-new subscription plan that allows customers to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership at Rs 129 a month.

You can share you Amazon Prime membership with all members of your household.

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The event starts at 9 a.m. on July 16 and runs through 3 p.m. on July 17. It gets you a solid picture with a lot of inputs for daily use. On Prime Day, there will be exclusive store deals in Whole Foods Market stores.

It's worth remembering that to get the deals you'll need an Amazon Prime account which costs £7.99 per month or £79 per year. Students get a free six-month trial and can buy a full year of Prime for $59 (£44.46) per year. There's also a good chance Amazon will offer a discount on Prime subscriptions in the run-up to Prime Day, so your best bet is to wait and see.

Amazon always drops prices on tons of items, with big discounts in particular on its own hardware: Echos, Kindles, Fire sticks, and tablets.

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