Best post-Prime Day deals 2019: 4K TV, wireless earbuds, and Walmart discounts

Amazon Prime Day deals are ending, but you can still get great bargains

After two (and a half) days of the Prime Day train roaring by, Amazon’s massive annual summer shopping event has come to a screeching halt, but not without blitzing us with unbeatable deals on quality products — especially with retail giant’s own Echo devices. It all officially wrapped up on Tuesday night at 11:59 p.m. PT, but if you missed out on discounted must-haves like 4K TVs, laptops, or Apple products, fear not. We’ve identified a bunch of Prime Day leftover deals with significant price cuts.

In fact, Walmart hasn’t skipped a beat. It’s with its competing Prime Day sale is still alive and thriving as it is scheduled to wrap up Wednesday evening — a deliberate tactic to outlast Amazon at its own game. Below, we’ve curated the best Prime Day-quality deals that are still live from Amazon and other retail sites. 

Best Deals After Prime Day 2019

Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case (Latest Model)

$170 $200
Expires soon
If you're the proud owner of a newer iPhone, AirPods are a must. This latest model even includes a wireless charging case, allowing you to increase the battery life of each wireless earbud.

49-inch LG 6300PUE 4K TV

$325 $600
Expires soon
If you're after a modest 49-inch 4K TV, you can't go wrong with the LG 6300PUE. 4K? Check. Streaming software? Check? Multi-format HDR? Check. Google Assistant for voice commands? Check.
QLED TV

65-inch Samsung Q60R QLED 4K TV

$1,300 $1,800
Expires soon
Deals on QLED TVs are few and far between, let alone one on a brand-spanking new model. As such, this fantastic offer on a 65-inch Samsung Q60R is not to be missed.

iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum

$274 $375
Expires soon
Prime Day is over, but If you're still looking to pick up a powerful robovac, this Roomba model might fit the bill, even if it does suffer from occasional navigation issues.

Bose SoundLink II Wireless Headphones

$159 $229
Expires soon
Delivering up to 15 hours of pure audio bliss from a single charge, and with support for two Bluetooth devices at a time, the Bose SoundLink II is a must-have this post-Prime Day deal.

Fossil Men's Gen 4 Explorist HR Stainless Steel Touchscreen Smartwatch

$200 $275
Expires soon
Not all smart watches have to look "techie." This Fossil watch combines a sleek style with powerful capabilities. Get it now and save $75.

Roomba by iRobot 680 Robot Vacuum

$227 $299
Expires soon
The Roomba 680 robot vacuum provides a thorough clean with the push of a button -- no back breaking required. Get it now and save over $70.

Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant

$60 $80
Expires soon
Go to bed and wake up to this powerfully designed smart clock with Google Assistant. Buy now and save $20.

Oral-B 6000 SmartSeries Electric Toothbrush, Powered by Braun, Rose Gold

$90 $160
Expires soon
The Oral-B Pro 6000 SmartSeries Power Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth removes up to 300% more plaque along the gumline vs. a manual toothbrush. Get it now and save over 40%.

Dyson V6 Trigger Handheld Vacuum Car + Boat

$120 $200
Expires soon
Dyson claims this model to be the most powerful handheld vacuum -- perfect for cleaning cars, boats, and other small hard-to-reach-areas. Get it now and save $80.

Audible Membership + Echo Dot

$30 off Annual Membership, + Echo Dot for $0.99

Expires soon
Some Prime Day-quality deals are still here. Sign up for an annual membership and get a credit redeemable for an Echo Dot for $1. The offer includes a 12-month membership and choice of 12 audiobooks.

What Made Prime Day 2019 Special

Prime Day 2019 was the fifth annual shopping event celebrating the e-commerce site’s anniversary. Since 2015 when it first launched, Prime Day has grown year-to-year — both in sales and promotions, but also in the length of the event. Last year’s Prime Day event lasted 36 hours. This year’s Prime Day was officially a 48-hour event, but if counting the early access deals on Amazon Echo devices that launched 12 hours before the official start time, the totality of Prime Day 2019 was actually 60 hours long.

Even before early access deals, Amazon threw its Prime members a concert celebration headlined by Taylor Swift. The show is available to stream on Prime Music or Prime Video, but you need to be a Prime member to access, of course.  

Also, in previous years, competing retailers scratched their heads as they wondered how they can capitalize on the Amazon-manufactured event. This year, however, retailers like Walmart, Target, and eBay, all took a serious crack at Amazon by launching their own promotions to coincide with Prime Day, and it appeared to pay off. Mass retailers that rack in over $1 billion in yearly revenue saw a 64% increase in online sales on Monday, the first of two days of Prime Day deals. 

What Were The Best Prime Day 2019 Deals

Though thousands of products across Amazon and other competing sites saw discounts, not all deals are created equal.  

As expected, a bunch of Amazon-owned devices were at their lowest prices ever. The all-new Echo 5 got its first significant discount dropping to just $50. The Echo Dot was on sale for only $22. The new Blink XT2 smart indoor/outdoor security cameras also saw their first-ever sizable price cuts — $90 off the 3 camera kit bundle. Arlo security camera sets also saw significant discounts.

Walmart and Amazon had a tit-for-tat battle with Instant Pots with both retail giants dropping the prices for a handful of models. All Google Home devices also got price cuts at Walmart.

A bunch of 4K smart TVs got huge discounts, but most of those were from Walmart, not Amazon.

All types of Apple products — from iPads to MacBooks to iPhones — got sizable price cuts at Amazon and multiple competing sites. In fact, eBay was running an “Up To 50% Off Apple Products” promotion. 

Other categories we saw notable deals: laptops (especially from Dell and HP), robot vacuums, headphones, and smartwatches. 

We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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