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Grab Amazon Prime for Free or at Discounted Price Using these Offers & Get Ready for Prime Day Sale

Grab Amazon Prime for Free or at Discounted Price Using these Offers & Get Ready for Prime Day Sale

Amazon Prime Day sale is just around the corner (July 15), and this is the ideal time for those who have not subscribed to Amazon's Prime subscription to go ahead and do just that. This year, the 48-hour sale will last from 2:59 a.m.

Below are the best beauty, makeup, hair care, and skincare Prime Day deals to best fit your beauty needs.

Amazon devices are certain to go on sale, so Prime Day would probably be a great time to grab a Kindle e-reader, Fire tablet, Ring doorbell, Fire TV Stick or Cube, or an Echo. You can get around the Prime membership by signing up for a 30-day free trial. There will also be new looks at upcoming Amazon Prime Video shows Maisel, Carnival Row, Modern Love, The Boys, Undone, andTom Clancy's Jack Ryan.

The "two-day parade of non-stop deals" is the ideal time to splash out on things you've had your eyes on. What kind of discounts should you expect? Amazon Prime costs $119 a year and includes free two-day shipping and unlimited streaming on Prime Video among a host of other benefits.

US Calls on Turkey to Halt Mediterranean Gas Exploration Activities
Reportedly the European External Action Service would also advise member states to refrain from high-level contacts with Turkey . The Turkish Fatih ship started drilling last month 42 miles (67 kilometers) off Cyprus' west coast.

Such a major online shopping event can be quite overwhelming.

Start your research early to make sure you get the best deal. Prices listed are subject to change by the retailer. Walmart is hosting Google Week, which includes up to 50 percent off products like Google Home and Nest from July 8 to July 16. The company also promised additional discounts going up daily as part of its "Hot Deals for Hot Days" sale lasting through July 22.

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