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A Lawyer's Guide to Amazon Prime Day 2018

By George Khoury, Esq. on July 16, 2018 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

The annual shopping event, Amazon Prime Day, may not be open to non-Prime members, but membership comes cheap and with some pretty great benefits.

For the overly busy, the free two-day delivery on all orders alone makes membership worthwhile. And when Prime Day rolls around, you can easily net savings on items for the office that could cover the cost of your annual membership. Below, you can see some of best deals for office, but act fast as Prime Day ends in under 36 hours, on Tuesday, July 17 at 11:59pm.

Protip: The website allows you to do historical price checks on products so that you can confirm whether or not that Prime Day deal is really worth it.

New Computers

If you're looking to score a deal on a netbook or tablet, Prime Day may have some worthwhile deals for you. As reported by CNet, deals range from under $150 and up. So far, there hasn't been any great deals for actual computers, but that may change as the events continues. (Note: CNet has continuing coverage and are furiously updating their deals lists).

New Monitor(s)

Looking to get a big, high quality monitor to make working in the office, or maybe the home office, a little easier? There are a few good deals to seize here. This Viewsonic 24" monitor is only $170.

Basics for Around the Office

For Prime Day, Amazon is providing 20% off on its Amazon Basic items. Need a new set of plates and mugs for the breakroom? How about keyboards, mice, paper shredders, or maybe a coffee maker? Check out the Amazon Basics deals.

Non-Amazon Deals

While Amazon Prime Day is big event for Amazon members, other online retailers also try to get in on the action. For instance, announced that they will be offering special deals on July 17.

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