Amazon Prime Day TV deals regularly offer big discounts on everything from high end luxury displays to super cheap 720p screens. While last year’s savings offered big price drops further up the price scale, with a few handy discounts across the mid-range as well, we’re confident that savings will also hit the lower end of the budget in 2021’s Prime Day TV deals.
As of year we saw super cheap Toshiba and TCL panels coming in under $150 in the US, as well as big savings across LG’s line of affordable displays in the UK,with Prime Day running so close to the November Black Friday deals, competition was hotter than ever, and we saw some excellent sales running across the price spectrum. That said, competition will still be fierce this year, as more retailers cash in on Amazon’s big sale, offering their own rival Prime Day TV deals”
Sonshinefx do keep a close eye on those other retailers this year in particular. Last year Amazon’s own Prime Day TV deals weren’t offering too many super cheap prices in the budget categories, but we did see further discounts at Walmart and Best Buy in the US and Currys in the UK,
So, what do we expect from the Amazon Prime Day TV deals 2021? We’re using everything we learned last year to show you the best way to snag a TV come Amazon’s big sales event and all the cheap TV deals you can expect to see on the shelves”
When will Amazon Prime Day TV deals begin?
We now know that Amazon Prime Day will land on June 21 and run through June 22 this year, slightly earlier than previous sales events.
Amazon does like to keep its best offers for this period, though discounts do tend to ramp up over the week and weekend before the event itself – so if you spot an early Amazon Prime Day TV deal a few days beforehand it might be worth grabbing it.
Do you need to be a Prime member for Amazon Prime Day TV deals?
For the vast majority of Amazon Prime Day TV deals a Prime membership is required for the full discount. We did see a few non-Prime offers available last year, but if you’re in it for the hottest sales you’ll want to pick up a subscription to the service itself. That’s not as costly as it initially sounds, as Amazon usually offers free trials of this service in the weeks leading up to the main event – just be sure to time your trial right.
It’s also worth noting that other retailers have been attempting to hijack Amazon’s glory for a few years now, running their own sales over the same period. That means you might not even need to be on Amazon to get one of the best Prime Day TV deals. Last year we saw Best Buy and Walmart running their own discounts in the US, and while UK retailers were slower to offer up their own sales, many shops like Currys do price match with Amazon.