If you’re looking for some great deals this summer, it’s “Prime” time to go shopping. The big reason is that Amazon Prime Day is here!
Amazon’s annual shopping fest for 2021 is on June 21 and 22. And as per usual, some rival big-box retailers are joining the party as well.
In this article, I’ll show you the major stores that are offering sales alongside Amazon for Prime Day.
These Stores Have Competing Amazon Prime Day Sales
Best Buy’s Bigger Deal Savings Event runs from June 14-22.
Wondering what’s going to be on sale? Here are some items to look out for:
- Small appliances
The Home Depot is also lowering prices on June 21-23 to compete with Prime Day sales. The home improvement store has 40% off on select furniture, kitchenware and tableware. You can also get $100 off on select tools and more.
Here’s a sample of just some of the things on sale:
- Small Appliances
According to a news release, customers will have “hundreds of thousands of Target.com discounts” and special limited-time deals to choose from.
You can expect deals in the following categories:
- Food and Beverage
Target also says that, from June 16-19, digital Target GiftCards are 5% off on Target.com
Walmart will launch its Deals for Days promotion over four days: June 20-23. The sales event will feature various deals from an assortment of the store’s merchandise categories, including some that are online only as well as special store-only bargains.
The store will also feature signature “Rollbacks” — prices that are rolled back to previous lows — on items found online and in-store.
To save at Walmart, be ready to snag the following items:
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If you plan to take advantage of the online sales, money expert Clark Howard says the #1 way you can save is by comparison shopping.
That may even mean that you’ll have to toggle between websites to find the best deal. If you find an item on sale at Amazon.com, Clark says to be sure to check other retailers first before you buy. Here’s why:
“The thing I’ve always noticed about Prime Day is they have certain items that are a deal, and then a bunch of items that I call ‘non-sale sales’: They’re pretending to be great deals — but are not.”
If you’re looking for the latest deals on Prime Day and beyond, check out ClarkDeals.com.
Do you know of any other stores with Amazon Prime Day sales? Let us know in the comments below!