The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals You Can Still Get

Prime Day might be over, but that doesn't mean the sales stopped.

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Amazon Prime Early Access Sale

If you missed Prime Day this summer, don't worry: Amazon's latest deals event, the Prime Early Access Sale on October 11 and 12, promises even more savings on some of our favorite kitchen equipment. Here's what we know—and what's marked down.

It's official: Amazon Prime Day is over. For the uninitiated, during these two days (Tuesday and Wednesday, July 12 and 13) Amazon slashed prices on thousands of items, including all things kitchen-related. But, fear not! There are still plenty of great Prime Day deals happening.

We parsed through them to find our favorite sales available right now.

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When is Prime Day 2022?

It's official: Amazon Prime Day 2022 will be happening July 12 and 13, according to a press release from the company.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest sales events of the year and offers discounts on a huge range of products (including kitchen, home, clothing, and more). Prime Day includes deals that are offered for the entirety of the two-day event, as well as Lightening Deals that are available for a limited amount of time and often sell out very quickly.

Do I need to be an Amazon Prime member to shop Prime Day Deals?

Yes, to shop Prime Day deals you must be an Amazon Prime member. If you're not already a Prime member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial. (Prime costs $14.99/month or $139/year.)

What other brands have sales around Prime Day?

A lot of other major retailers (including Target, Nordstrom, and Walmart) also offer deals during Prime Day. Smaller retailers—like ThermoWorks and Made In—have offered deals in the past during this time period too. You can expect retailers to do much of the same this year.

Additional reporting by
Ariel Kanter
Ariel Kanter
Ariel Kanter is the director of commerce at Serious Eats, where she manages everything from equipment reviews to gift guides. She's been with the site since 2016. Her writing has also appeared in New York magazine, Time Out New York, amNewYork, Afar, Today and Refinery29.
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