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    Here's what you should buy on Amazon Prime Day 2019 based on the best deals we've seen in past years


    Last year, Amazon pushed forward more than 1 million deals over the course of 1.5 days during its annual sales event, Prime Day. That's a huge number, and it's nice knowing you'll have plenty of options to shop, but it's also just plain overwhelming.

    A million deals is more than enough to make your head spin, which is why Insider Picks rounds up the best Prime Day deals for you every year to help you save on a new piece of tech, kitchen appliance, or clothing — without having to spend hours clicking through pages of deals.

    Prime Day is bigger than ever and will be live for 48 hours this year, starting at 12 a.m. PT on July 15 and ending at 11:59 p.m. PT on July 16.

    Again, it will feature more than 1 million deals around the world, including the biggest Prime Day deals ever on Alexa-enabled devices.

    These are some early deals that have already been announced and hint at what's to come on July 15-16:

    Below, we've put together a general guide to the other types of deals you should be keeping an eye on, as well as links to product categories and brand pages that you can bookmark directly. We've been covering Prime Day every year since it first started in 2015, so we've developed a pretty good sense for the types of products that will have the best deals.

    Before you crack your knuckles and get to clicking, remember that you must first be an Amazon Prime member in order to access Prime Day deals. Start your free 30-day trial now so you'll be able to shop on Prime Day and also try out the dozens of other benefits included in your membership.

    Read on for a guide to what you should buy on Amazon Prime Day 2019.

    Check back during Prime Day 2019 for a similar Insider Picks buying guide.

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