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'Prime Day' isn't kidding around: the best deals from Amazon so far

Amazon's 'Prime Day' sale looks poised to offer deals that are hard to find the rest of the year, even on Black Friday. Here are some of the best bargains of the day, including a 32" LED TV for just $75. 

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They said it would be better than Black Friday, and it looks like they're keeping that promise. On the eve of their 20th anniversary "Prime Day" sale, Amazon has released a sneak peek of today's deals, and it doesn't disappoint.  

The most notable items on the sneak peek list are a 40"1080p LED TV for $115, and a 32" for just $75. These kinds of prices are unheard of even on Black Friday, although our tech editor David Dritsas points out that these particular TVs are "suspiciously devoid of brand names or specs." This is a legitimate concern, but for $75, being picky is overrated. Plus, the list also features a brand name 32" smart TV for under $200, which is another deal that's likely to be snatched up VERY quickly.

Here's the full list of sneak peek deals from this morning's press release:

  • Fire TV Stick, fastest selling Amazon device of all time, $15 off
  • Kindle, $30 off
  • Fire HD 7, $60 off
  • Fire HD 7 Kids Edition, $60 off
  • 32-inch LED TV, $75
  • 40-inch 1080p LED TV, $115
  • Brand-name 32-inch Smart HDTV, under $200
  • 50-inch 4K TV bundle, under $1000
  • Bose headphones at the lowest price ever on Amazon
  • Chromebook laptop, only $199
  • Over 50% off two Nikon COOLPIX cameras
  • Highly rated binoculars, under $120
  • Two security camera-kits, $279.99
  • K'NEX 2-in-1 Ferris Wheel Building Set (Amazon Exclusive), $35.99
  • K'NEX Crossfire Chaos Roller Coaster Building Set (Amazon Exclusive), $23.99
  • Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Optimus Prime Figure (Amazon Exclusive), $9.99
  • iRobot Roomba Pet Vacuum Cleaning Robot, under $300
  • Husqvarna mower, under $300
  • 40 lightning deals on DVDs up to 75% off
  • Up to 50% off any of the Harry Potter books
  • Save more than 70% on the Divergent Series Complete Box Set of books
  • Save up to 70% on select kitchen products from top brands like Cuisinart, KitchenAid, Foodsaver and Thermos
  • Save up to 50% on select tools for the DIY auto enthusiast
  • Connected Car and Scan Tool products starting at 60% off
  • Road-trip-ready automotive products starting at 50% off
  • Save more than 50% on Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain
  • 30% off select clothing, shoes, jewelry, watches & more
  • 60% off Amazon Elements Baby Wipes with code ELEMENTS60
  • Free luxury beauty sample box with $50 purchase of luxury beauty products, with promo code LUXSAMPLES
  • Buy an Amazon.com Gift Card multipack, get $10 in Amazon.com promotional credit
  • Get 25% bonus Amazon Coins when you buy 5,000 or 10,000 Amazon Coins
  • Prime Now will also offer deals in the six cities where the service is offered

Remember, only Prime members will be able to shop this sale, so if you don't have Prime yet, sign up for a free 30-day trial right now! There are TONS of reasons to love Amazon Prime (which I detailed last week in this blog post), and it's totally free to try.

This article first appeared in Brad's Deals. 

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