As you may have heard, Tuesday is Amazon’s second annual “Prime Day.” Prime Day is Amazon’s midsummer version of Black Friday, when thousands and thousands of items will be discounted for those who get their first. The only catch is that you have to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of these deals. So, if you do not currently have Amazon Prime, now is the time to hop aboard that train. (There is a 30-day free trial, so you can actually take advantage of the service without actually subscribing).
Amazon is building up hype for next Tuesday’s big day with a Countdown to Prime Day. In other words, various items are on sale for Prime members on a daily basis for the next week.
Today’s “prime” Prime deal is on bestselling watches from top watch brands.
Here are some samples of some of the watches and brands they have on sale for Prime members today:
For example, this Fossil watch is $100 off.
This Tommy Hilfiger watch is 57 percent off.
You can save $215 on this Armani watch.
This Citizen watch is $130 off today.
Prime members can get this Casio watch 59 percent off.
This Diesel watch is $210 off with today’s deal.
For Prime members, this Skagen watch is $80 off.
When it comes to watches on sale as part of the Countdown to Prime Day, these examples are really just the beginning. There are plenty of other top brands available, including Seiko, Invicta, Anne Klein, Burgi, Stuhrling, Nautica, Arkibos XXIV, August Steiner, Joshua & Sons, Gevril, GUESS and Nixon. And the brands listed above have many more watches on sale than just those pictured. If you are a Prime member, definitely check it all out. If not, then sign up for the free trial and then check it all out.
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