Amazon Prime Big Deal Days: 100+ deals

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When is Prime Big Deal Days?

What’s new about Prime Big Deal Days this year?

The best deals to shop this Prime Day

Invite-only deals

Amazon device deals

TV deals

Apple deals

Headphone and speaker deals

Vacuum deals

Home security camera deals

Smartwatch deals

Home and kitchen deals

More home and kitchen deals

Who’s competing with Prime Big Deal Days?

UPDATE: Oct. 10, 2023, 3:00 a.m. EDT This story has been updated with the best deals from Amazon Prime Big Deal Days as well as from competing sales at other major retailers.


Just like crunchy leaves, pumpkin-spiced everything, and 12-foot skeletons, a second Amazon Prime sale is now a sure sign that fall has arrived.

Here’s what you need to know about the latest iteration, which has a brand-new name for 2023: Amazon Prime Big Deal Days.

When is Prime Big Deal Days?

Prime Big Deal Days will run from Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 3 a.m. ET through Wednesday, Oct. 11. (That’s three months after Amazon’s flagship Prime Day sale in July and about six and a half weeks out from Black Friday.)

This marks the third time Amazon has held a Prime-exclusive sale in the fall, and the second time it’s hosted two Prime events in the same year: It moved Prime Day 2020 to October because of the COVID-19 pandemic and followed up Prime Day 2022 with the Prime Early Access Sale this same time last year. That name didn’t stick, evidently.

What’s new about Prime Big Deal Days this year?

New moniker aside, Amazon isn’t reinventing the wheel for Prime Big Deal Days. Anyone who’s shopped a Prime event before already knows the drill: It’ll be two days of sitewide doorbusters, with Amazon’s own devices and services likely getting the steepest price drops.

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It is worth mentioning that Amazon has revived its invite-only deals program for products it expects to sell out on Prime Big Deal Days, a carry-over from Prime Day 2023. Prime members can visit these products’ listings to request an invitation ahead of the event, and if chosen, you’ll receive an email with a unique link to buy the item at some point during the sale. (Amazon doesn’t specify how it picks these lucky eligible shoppers; all we know is that they’re exclusive to Prime members.) Check out Mashable’s guide to the invite-only deals that are already live if you’re interested in participating.

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The best deals to shop this Prime Day

Now that we’ve covered the basics, it’s time to get what you came here for — the deals. Below, you’ll find our running list of the best deals you can find from the Amazon Prime Big Deal Days sale.

If you’re still looking for more tips and tricks about how to shop and what Amazon’s competition is up to, you’ll find that below all the deals.

Note: All newly added deals are marked with a ✨, while deals with a 🔥 have dropped to an all-time low price. Amazon’s exclusive invite-only deals are marked with a 📨. Deals with a strikeout were either sold out or expired at the time of writing.

Invite-only deals

As a reminder, anyone with a Prime membership can request invite-only deals, but only a select few will be given access to shop them on Oct. 10 and 11.

Why we like it

It’s a $200 50-inch QLED TV. Need we say more? If we have to, we’d also mention that at $200, it’s at a 60% markdown from its original price, and that it provides exceptional color accuracy, brightness, and contrast for the price point. If only this deal could be for more than the chosen few who get an invite — but even if it’s not, it’s still worth throwing your hat in the ring.

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Amazon device deals

Why we like it

One of our complaints about the Kindle that doubles as a digital notebook is that it’s too expensive for what it is — so perhaps an $80 discount (that brings it to its lowest price ever) can remedy that gripe. The Scribe is a solid e-reader with a huge 300 ppi display and super long battery life. As an annotation device, the note-taking abilities are ideal for readers who like to physically jot down their thoughts on the page, and anyone whose job involves proofreading PDFs. This version comes with the Premium Pen, which has a virtual eraser and a customizable shortcut button.

Read our full review of the Kindle Scribe.

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Echo Buds

Echo Show

Echo speakers

eero routers

Fire tablets

Fire TV

Kindle

More Amazon devices

TV deals

Why we like it

If you’re not able to get your hands on the invite-only 50-inch Omni TV, this 43-inch TV isn’t a bad option for someone on a budget. This $110 markdown only makes the 4-Series TV even more affordable, but despite saving some dough, you’ll still get 4K resolution and support for Dolby Digital Plus.

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Apple deals

Why we like it

This $99 price cut isn’t exactly a rare deal to see for the 2022 iPad Air, but it’s not unwelcome either. We’re big fans of how this Air comes with an M1 chip, giving it a boost of power from the standard iPads, without the boost in price that would put it in the iPad Pro range.

Read our full review of the iPad Air.

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MacBooks

iPads

Apple Watch

AirPods

Headphone and speaker deals

Why we like it

Our biggest qualm with the Bose 700 headphones is the price, so we’re always stoked to see it get knocked down during a sale. True to form for the brand, these headphones offer excellent active noise cancellation, but unlike their other headphones, it offers 10 different levels of it, so you can customize your ANC to what feels exactly right for you. Whether you’re looking for headphones to take with you on a plane or simply need a solid pair, the Bose 700s will do the trick.

Read our full review of the Bose 700 headphones.

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Vacuum deals

Why we like it

What’s better than a robot vacuum that does the cleaning for you? A robot vacuum that won’t eat your phone charger while doing so, and then empties itself. And even better than that is the Prime exclusive 50% off that brings this robovac down to its lowest price ever. Its obstacle-mapping cameras aren’t quite as good as the Roomba j7+, but if you can make do with picking up stray socks and towels, you can get the exact same suction power and self-empty dock capacity for a much cheaper price.

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Stick vacuums

Robot vacuums

Robot vacuum and mop hybrids

Home security camera deals

Why we like it

There are plenty of great Blink deals to choose from, but this video doorbell and mini camera bundle gets you two devices in one, for half the cost. It also comes with the Sync Module 2, which along with a USB drive, allows for local storage of your footage.

More home security deals

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Smartwatch deals

Why we like it

The latest smartwatch from Samsung launched only this past August, but in classic Prime Day fashion it’s getting a markdown. If you’re not into the Pixel Watch 2 Google just announced, Mashable’s Alex Perry wrote in his review of the Galaxy Watch that although Google’s newest watch could prove to be good competition, “fitness and health devotees will get more out of a Galaxy Watch 6 than a [first generation] Pixel Watch.”

Read our full review of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6.

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Home and kitchen deals

Why we like it

The best pizza oven for apartment dwellers is back to its lowest price ever at Amazon — a price it has only dropped to a few other times in the past year. The Pizzaiolo gets hot enough (up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit) to achieve that wood-fired Neapolitan style that your average oven can’t, whipping up authentic-tasting brick oven pizzas in just two or three minutes. Choose from settings like New York, thin and crispy, pan, and more, with the included pizza stone insert curating the perfect bottom crust for each.

Read our full review of the Breville Pizzaiolo.

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Who’s competing with Prime Big Deal Days?

Several major retailers are throwing their hats into the anti-Prime Big Deal Days ring.

Target hosted one of its semi-annual Circle Week sales prior to Amazon’s festivities from Sunday, Oct. 1 to Saturday, Oct. 7. Any Circle Week sales are open to members of its totally free Target Circle loyalty program and covers “thousands of products,” with offers available online, in stores, and on the Target app. Though the sale is technically over by the calendar’s standards, some of the deals are still lingering:

Best Buy is running a holiday savings event peppered with “Black Friday deals” throughout the month of October, the company said in a press release. Conveniently, that includes a 48-Hour Flash Sale scheduled for Oct. 10 and 11 that’ll bring “hundreds of deals on some of the best tech, from TVs and laptops, headphones and smartwatches, to electric transportation and more.”

Meanwhile, a Walmart Deals Holiday Kickoff savings event is live now through Thursday, Oct. 12. Here’s a look at some of the best live deals over there:

In a surprising shift from similar events in past years, these offers will not be exclusive to members of the big box store’s Walmart+ program.

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