Prime Day deals Amazon doesn't want you to see

Stephanie Asymkos
·Reporter
·3 mins read

Amazon Prime Day is big business, but it’s not the only game in town.

Beginning Tuesday, Amazon’s (AMZN) annual 48-hour shopping bonanza for Prime members kicks off and many other retailers will follow the trend set by the e-commerce behemoth. With sales estimates pushing $10 billion, competitors are determined to get a piece of the shopping frenzy.

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Even if you don’t have an annual Amazon Prime membership, you can still take part in the all-out holiday shopping blitz with retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.

Here’s a round-up of some of the week’s best deals not happening on Amazon.

Best Buy

Tasha heads to checkout at a Walmart Store in Chicago, November 23, 2012. Black Friday, the day following the Thanksgiving Day holiday, has traditionally been the busiest shopping day in the United States. (REUTERS/John Gress)
Tasha heads to checkout at a Walmart Store in Chicago, November 23, 2012. Black Friday, the day following the Thanksgiving Day holiday, has traditionally been the busiest shopping day in the United States. (REUTERS/John Gress)

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Headphones

Laptops and computers

Phones

Small kitchen appliances

Tablets and e-readers

Target

A Target store is seen on August 19, 2020, in Miami, Florida. The company announced record-setting sales growth online and at established stores over the past three months causing Target shares to go up by more than 12%. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
A Target store is seen on August 19, 2020, in Miami, Florida. The company announced record-setting sales growth online and at established stores over the past three months causing Target shares to go up by more than 12%. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Headphones

Laptops and computers

Small kitchen appliances

Walmart

Customers stock up on electronics, toys, apparel, and home goods at Walmart's Black Friday store event, on Thursday, Nov. 28, in Bentonville, Ark. (Gunnar Rathbun/AP Images for Walmart)
Customers stock up on electronics, toys, apparel, and home goods at Walmart's Black Friday store event, on Thursday, Nov. 28, in Bentonville, Ark. (Gunnar Rathbun/AP Images for Walmart)

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Headphones

Home gym equipment

Laptops and computers

Small kitchen appliances

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Stephanie is a reporter for Yahoo Money and Cashay, a new personal finance website. Follow her on Twitter @SJAsymkos.

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