If you haven’t already heard, Amazon Prime Day 2021 is on June 21 and 22 (yeah, right after Father’s Day)—and it’s coming up quick. Like Prime Days of the past, this year’s sale will undoubtedly be chock-full of deals that are too good to pass up, from fitness gear to wardrobe staples—and yes, that includes buzzy Apple products.
Those of you who have shopped Amazon’s massive annual sale already know this is one shopping event to prepare for, much like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and any other holiday weekend you can imagine. And when you’ve got your eye on the latest tech products from Apple and other major brands, well, let’s just say this sale is not for the faint of heart.
You’re eager to stay on your A-game this Prime Day—we get it. After all, it’s the perfect time to stock up on your favorite tech products and pocket a sizable amount of savings in the process. So, to help you rake in deal after deal, we’ve pulled together everything you need to know before you shop the best Amazon Prime Day Apple deals—along with the early sales you can add to your cart now.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Initially, Amazon Prime Day was created as a one-day sale event to compete with traditional shopping holidays like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with markdowns on just about everything to give you the best savings yet. Since then, it’s turned into a two-day, bona fide (and a little bit hectic) shopping extravaganza. Now, Amazon Prime members get access to unbelievably good prices on items across all its categories—including cutting-edge tech products.
You already know Amazon sells nearly anything and everything, which means you’re bound to get some good deals. But if there’s one area we always get excited about, it’s tech—specifically speaking, Apple products. Whether you’ve had your eye on the latest AirPods, iPads, or MacBooks to come from the brand or you’re hoping to do some early holiday shopping, there’s no question about it: This is the time to grab your Apple buys.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
While Amazon Prime Day has historically been scheduled for July each summer—with the Covid exception of October last year—this year’s event takes place on June 21 and June 22. This means Amazon Prime Day 2021 is happening one month earlier than usual, so be sure to set your calendar alerts so you don’t miss out on the tech deals you want.
If you can’t wait until Amazon Prime Day officially arrives, the retailer has already marked down some products to start shopping now—and yes, that includes discounts on your favorite Apple products.
What Apple Deals Can We Expect on Prime Day?
Expect to find deals on popular gadgets from Apple, like the Apple Watch Series 6 (along with other versions of the tech giant’s popular wearable), which is currently on sale at Amazon for $70 off. Of course, there will also be tons of other Apple deals to keep on tab like AirPods, iPads, computers, and more. We’ll be keeping an eye out for price cuts as they come, so be sure to check back here to see the latest sales from the brand as Prime Day quickly approaches.
How Do I Shop Apple Deals on Prime Day?
Like everything else available for Amazon Prime Day, you have to get an Amazon Prime membership before you get in on the sale’s epic discounts. If you don’t already have one, don’t fret—you can sign up for a free 30-day trial on the Prime Day homepage.
Once you have your Prime account, it’s time to scope out the best deals on Apple products and other tech gear. We suggest doing a little pre-shopping ahead of time so you don’t find yourself in a frenzy when Prime Day officially arrives later this month. Take a look around, see what catches your eye, and then add them to your list for when the deals really start rolling in.
Not sure where to start? Let us help you with some early Prime Day Apple deals to shop now, like the AirPods Max and other popular favorites from the brand.
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