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Amazon Prime Day 2019: Save On These Travel Accessories

By Parker Diakite

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Outside of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon’s Prime Day is one of the best days out of the year to catch a good deal.

Prime Day, which begins on July 15 at 12:00 am PST and runs for 48 hours, offers its members huge discounts on a wide variety of products, including travel accessories.

Here are some travel accessories that you should expect to be on sale this year:

Rockland Luggage 2 Piece Set

A popular suitcase set on Amazon is discounted at more than %60 off.  The Rockland Luggage 2 Piece Set is $29.75, down from $79.99.

Travel Backpack

Consumer analysts are predicting deals on travel backpacks to change, so if you see one deal one hour, be sure to check another brand the next. As of now, Naturehike’s rainproof lightweight backpack is 15% off. 

Apple Watch Series 3

If you’ve been eyeing an Apple Watch, Amazon Prime members can save up to $80 on the Series 3 version.

The watches are currently on sale for $199.00.

Not a fan of the Apple Watch?

There are other deals on smartwatches as well, including the Dr. Viva GPS Watch for Men and Women.

Right now the watch is priced at $59.00 down from $99.00 for members. This could change during the 48-hours, so be sure to look search for smartwatches in the search icon for the best deals.

Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones

Need a good pair of noise canceling headphones for your next flight? Well, this may be the only time you’ll see the Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones marked down this low. Normally priced at $299.95, these wireless headphones are currently going for $139.99 with free same-day shipping.

Kindle Oasis E-reader

Another item to look out for: Amazon’s Kindle Oasis E-Reader.  As of now, this item can be purchased $84.99, a 35-percent discount from its original price of $129.99.

Apple AirPods With Wireless Charging Case

The latest model of the headphones are $20 cheaper than normal on Amazon and running for $179.00.

Other Things To Consider:

Remember Prime Day is only for Amazon Prime members.   You will have to sign up for its $129 annual membership to unlock the deals.

As stated above, expect the prices to change.  Be prepared and have the items you plan to purchase in mind, including travel pillows, portable power banks, and travel luggage organizers, then follow the deal.

Lastly, don’t forget to check the coupon tab for additional savings.

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