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When does Prime Day end? Deals are expiring soon

Many of the best Prime Day deals are expiring tonight with Amazon, Best Buy, and Target sales coming to an end at 12 am PT.

After today, the only sale left will be Walmart’s Big Save event which is continuing on through October 15.

So if you’re looking to snag a discount before these retailers close up shop, you should act fast. However, with Black Friday sales (when many retailers’ deals come out, including Amazon deals) and Cyber Monday deals on the horizon, you’ll still have plenty of time to get your holiday shopping in.

What Prime Day sales are still live?

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Amazon’s shopping event is dying down, but here’s a quick run-down of each remaining sale:

Amazon Prime Day Sale

When does it end: 12 a.m. PT

Amazon still has discounts on TVs, laptops, Chromebooks, monitors, Apple iPhones, and much more. You can even find some decent mattress sales too if you dig through Amazon’s home section.

Amazon offers free shipping on orders over $25 and free shipping on most items if you’re an Amazon Prime member.

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Best Buy Early Black Friday sale

When does it end: 12 a.m. PT

The Best Buy Prime Day sale still has some good smartphone deals, tablet discounts, and many soundbar deals that you can only find there. There is also a wealth of Nintendo Switch games to be had at the moment.

Best Buy offers free shipping on most orders over $35.

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Target Deal Days

When does it end: 12 a.m. PT

The Deal Days sale is a good source of Prime Day beauty deals and fashion sales this year. With a robust list of some of the most popular toys, there are some decent Lego deals as well.

Target offers a free store pickup option and free delivery on orders over $25. You can also sign up for Shipt, which is Target’s same-day delivery service.

However, if for any reason you miss these deals, there are always Target’s Black Friday deals to look forward to.

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Walmart Big Save Sale

When does it end: October 15

Walmart’s Prime Day event is the least impressive of all the shopping events, but it’s lasting the longest. There are some decent Instant Pot deals right now as well as some Prime Day camping sales, so if you’re looking for those, this Walmart has you covered.

Unless you’re a Walmart+ member, you’ll also need to check to make sure you get free shipping on whatever purchases you make from this sale.

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Will there still be deals after Prime Day ends?

It’s highly likely that many of the same deals we saw on Prime Day this year are going to keep showing up from now until Black Friday.

Retailers in the past have started their Black Friday sales as early as November 1, and tech giants like Best Buy have already said they plan on releasing more deals later this month.

Prime Day vs. Black Friday: When should you shop?

It’s only October, and Christmas is still two holidays away. So if you’re hoping to save as much money as possible on the best gifts, it may feel like you need either need to shop on Prime Day or wait and hope discounts get steeper in November.

The reality is, most of the discounts we see over Prime Day are probably going to be the same ones we see on Black Friday. There will be doorbuster deals that drop prices on cheap 4K TVs and gaming consoles from now until Christmas. So if you see a deal you like, just trust your instincts and compare prices across competitors.

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