Amazon Prime Day 2024: Which items are already on sale

The $150

Beats Solo 4 headphones have a battery life of up to 50 hours, and can be charged for another 5 hours if necessary in 10 minutes. They are available in black, pink and light blue.

This $200 headphone is one of our favorites, with near-perfect audio positioning that delivers an immersive soundscape.

Apple's $25 AirTag tracker lets you track just about anything, including your phone, wallet, and car.


Consider this a great deal on the eufy video doorbell , one of the best ways to get a secure video doorbell without paying a monthly fee.

The $40

ZAGG Pro Stylus features an active capacitive tip as well as instant Bluetooth pairing. It's compatible with many iPad models, including Pro 11/12.9 (3rd, 4th, 5th generation), Air 10.9, iPad 10.2/9.7 and Mini 5.


If you prefer the standard AirPods to the Pros, they're on sale right now and even come with a handy free charging case.

The $70

Lockly Smart Lock upgrades your door to keyless entry. You can open the lock using a fingerprint reader, mobile app, QR code, voice command, or an old key.


If you've been waiting to buy a new gaming monitor, this ultrawide model from Samsung is available at a discount. With 1440p resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate, this large screen is a great value for any gamer.

The $412 turntable works with wireless Sonos audio products and can play 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records.


Sony has long been the market leader in noise-canceling headphones. The WHCH720N is top-notch, with excellent audio quality, top-notch ANC, and excellent wireless range and connectivity.

This $250 4K Amazon Fire TV has all your favorite streaming apps and can connect to your game consoles and home audio devices.

The $320

Anker Nebula Capsule II projector is compatible with Android TV, projects a 100-inch image, and works well in low-light environments. Buy now and get 25% off.

At $110,

JBL is a leader in the audio gear market, and the Charge 4 is a great example of how they've earned that distinction. It delivers killer sound, has a long-lasting battery, and can connect to two smart devices simultaneously.

The $91

Razer Kiyo Pro webcam packs a slew of great features that prove Razer is more than just a brand for gamers and is an excellent investment for anyone who wants to game while working from home.

The $329

Apple Series 9 smartwatch is one of the best smartwatches out there. It's waterproof, crack-resistant, and comes with an array of sensors to track your health and fitness.


Upgrade your camera tech with this mirrorless model from Sony's highly regarded a7 series. The a7 III has a 24.2MP sensor and a 3-inch LCD, making it more portable than a DSLR.

This 2021 10.2-inch iPad is priced at $379, which is nearly 20% off, and comes with 64 GB of storage, an 8 MP rear camera, and a 12 MP front camera with Center Stage for video calling.

Prime Day is an annual 48-hour sales event hosted by Amazon and its retail affiliates such as Samsung and Apple. It's responsible for offering some of the deepest discounts on must-have technology.

The deal will include Amazon's proprietary technology like the Echo line of automation hubs and Kindle e-readers, and you can expect to see sales from laptops to wearables.

For those of you who already have an Alexa-enabled device at home, you can stay in the loop by asking Alexa to "Notify me on Prime Day."

You need to be an Amazon Prime member to get the deal.

Amazon's Prime Day 2024 event usually takes place in July. Sales typically begin at midnight PDT (3 a.m. ET) on the first day and end at 11:59 p.m. PDT on the second day. We will update this story as soon as we learn more.

You'll often see deep discounts on many Amazon first-party products, such as the Kindle and Echo series of automation hubs. We also typically see exciting sales on big-ticket items like laptops, wearables, and holiday-related gifts.

Technology and electronics always make up many of Amazon's best Prime Day deals, mainly because the company has a big presence in the smart home and digital assistant market.

In addition to all the sales on Amazon's product line, there are tons of other great tech products that are likely to be on sale at bargain prices - in previous years, some of the best tablets, headphones, and smartwatches have had killer deals.

Apple products tend to see rare discounts on Prime Day, so if you've been waiting to get your hands on Cupertino's latest offering, now might be the perfect time to open your wallet.

This is also a great time to keep an eye on the competition. Best Buy and Walmart traditionally run sales for Prime Day, so it's worth heading to their websites (or in-store if you're brave) to see what's available.

Stores like Walmart have launched sales to counter Amazon's huge deals. Walmart events offer massive discounts, especially when paired with the Walmart Plus program, which offers free shipping and member-specific sales.

Best Buy often hosts Black Friday events during Prime Day in July. Target is also running similar promotions with some smaller retailers to capture some of the Prime Day zeitgeist (and some of the bulk-buying energy).

While many of Amazon Prime Day's best deals are just what they seem—big discounts on flagship products—some of these sales are too good to be true. Be wary of sellers trying to sell inventory, including products that cannot be sold due to poor construction or deceptive claims.

Before buying anything, check out the reviews (both on Amazon itself and on editorial sites like Lifewire).

It's also worth paying attention to tech news about new product launches, as Prime Day is also an excuse for retailers and manufacturers to get rid of inventory of older models before the latest ones are released.

This isn't necessarily a bad thing, and could lead to a significant price drop for the last iteration of the product. However, if you value owning the latest and greatest, knowing when the next generation will arrive can prevent buyer's remorse.

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