The main deals will launch on Tuesday July 12 and Wednesday July 13 as part of Amazon Prime Day. In the past two years, Prime Day has been pushed into July, but this is the first time that this has happened. Early Prime Day deals are still available if you act now.

Right now is the best time to buy the Orion StarMax 90mm telescope, which is 40% off. High detail and clarity is provided by this telescope for beginners. At just 6.5 lbs., it's easy to transport. If you have two eyepieces, you will be able to see more targets.

What to expect if you're new to Prime Day. Every year, it's Amazon's biggest sale of the year. If you don't sign up, you can get access to more general deals live today and next month with a 30-day free trial of Prime. If you complete the Prime Stamp Card, you will get a $10 coupon for Prime Day spending.

It should be a big day. More than $11 billion was spent on online retail in the US during last year's Prime Day, which was more than Cyber Monday and Prime Day in 2020.

While inflation has hit hard on products, along with supply chain issues, we still do see good deals in binoculars, telescopes, Star Wars kit, and other major space franchises. We know that great deals are more valuable than ever, which is why we will keep a close eye out for the best deals for you.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon's biggest sale of the year is called Prime Day. It is an exclusive for Amazon Prime members and performs in the summer. You can find some non-Prime offers during the sale, but the best discounts come from memberships.

Signing up for Prime membership is required to get all deal eligbility. $139 per year is the current price. If you haven't been a member before, you can start a free 30-day trial.

You can sign up for a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.

1. Go to Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) 2. Select: Start your free trial 3. Follow the instructions

4. Start browsing deals (opens in new tab)

Prime Day began in 2015 to celebrate Amazon's 20th anniversary and to encourage consumers to spend their money outside of the holiday season. The goal was to offer a volume of deals greater than Black Friday, according to the online retailer.

The annual sale attracts other retailers who try to compete with their own deals, and we will keep you up to date. We will show you what's happening at Amazon as well as other large retailers.

Pro tips for Prime Day preparation

One of the biggest shopping days of the year is Prime Day and a little preparation will pay off. The six tips below will help you find the best deal with the least amount of time you have.

This is the first thing. You can use the free trial.

If you haven't tried out Amazon Prime before, this is a good deal. Since Prime Day is only for Prime Members, first-timers can get a 30-day free trial.

There are two You can also watch other retailers.

Since other companies want to get the customers that Amazon is vying to get, it's common for Walmart, Best Buy and other big box stores to get involved. If you shop around at these companies, you can see if they have the same offerings as Prime Day. You don't have to be a member of Amazon to participate.

There are three. You should know what you want.

To make sure you're prepared for the big event, consult our buying guides here at The best telescopes will show you which ones are best to use. Lego deals will get builders of all ages together, while Star Wars gifts will help the Jedi. We will be updating these pages in the weeks leading up to Prime Day.

There are four. Don't stay inflexible.

We will do our best to show you different versions of the same product to help you make the best choice. Make sure you don't get too connected to a single product because deals can expire quickly. People who are more flexible are more happy.

There are five. It's a good idea to start early.

As the event begins, gate-crashing deals are the best to find. For items with limited stock, like new Lego sets, you'll want to grab them as soon as possible. If you really want a specific thing, it's better to get it immediately rather than wait.

There are six. Don't forget to check back frequently.

We at will be updating our pricing on a regular basis. When stock suddenly gets released or new entries pop up on the Amazon website, we often see amazing deals. We will do our best to help you through the two days that make up Prime Day.

Prime Day, or wait for Black Friday?

Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day are great times to get big-ticket items like binoculars, telescopes, Star Wars kits and board games. It's a good idea to decide when to jump.

Prime Day is likely to be your biggest shopping event if you are an Amazon fan. Best Buy, Target and Walmart are the only stores that jump in for Black Friday. Black Friday has a larger audience than Prime Day due to it being a membership event.

Prime Day is when you can get your items quicker. We will keep you informed of Black Friday opportunities if you want a wider range of retailers. will have coverage of the best space deals all the way through to Cyber Monday.

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