The best deals are not here yet
Everyone knows the best time to buy a new mobile device or gadget of any sort is during the post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy of late November, when the nation’s biggest retailers typically offer top deals and rare doorbusters on their most popular products under the Black Friday and Cyber Monday banners. But Amazon has been trying to shake things up for the last few years, launching and rapidly expanding an artificial holiday to convince Prime members to spend more money during the shopping “off-season.”
A full month of substantial savings on top brands
Yes, you read that correctly. Instead of doing a single 24 or 48-hour event to compete against Prime Day 2019, eBay kicked off a series of sales on July 1, planning to ramp up the discounts on Monday, July 15, and keep the “hot deals for hot days” going until the end of the month.
That being said, you should still absolutely save the July 15 date and set your alarm for midnight, as eBay intends to do something special if Amazon crashes when the Prime Day extravaganza starts. In addition to “doorbuster savings” of more than 50 percent off on “top brands” like LG, Apple, Samsung, and Garmin, a “fresh batch of too-good-to-be-true deals” will drop if Amazon runs into the same technical difficulties as last year.
That’s certainly a unique and arguably hilarious concept, even though eBay is yet to reveal specific deals prepared for Amazon’s prospective crash.
The beginning is very promising
It may seem hard to believe, but all of the above is merely the beginning of a beautiful Amazon-crashing deal bonanza. We’ll be sure to update the list as we discover new promotions on smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, mobile accessories, smart home devices, and more at top-rated eBay sellers you shouldn’t hesitate to trust with your hard-earned money. Stay tuned!