Amazon Prime Day It’s a two-day sale where Prime subscribers can find exclusive deals on hundreds of products through the online retailer, but there are plenty of other discounts for non-members. This year, Prime Day is set for July 12-13, but you can already get a ton of great deals on some of our favorite products. From Amazon Fire-enabled TVs and speakers to third-party devices, here are some of our favorite early Prime Day 2022 deals.
Update July 2, 2022: We’ve added deals from Google, Apple, Amazon, and JBL.
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TV and smart home deals
Check out our guides to the best TVs, best streaming sticks, and best Mesh Wi-Fi routers for more advice.
This is most of our favorite TV (9/10, WIRED recommendation), and it’s the lowest price we’ve tracked for a 55-inch model. It has a quantum dot panel that delivers bright colors and utilizes local dimming zones to deliver deeper blacks for your movies and shows. It has a built-in Roku interface, and the Micro-LED backlight provides excellent contrast. This deal is also available at Walmart.
It might not look like a deal, but this price has only recently hit an all-time low. This is one of the most beautiful TVs we’ve tested. The bezels are ultra-thin, the OLED panel is fantastic, offers deep blacks and rich colors, and it has an Android TV interface, which means you can cast to it from your phone, too. It has odd feet on the ends, so unless you have a large TV stand, it’s best to mount it on the wall.
This is Hisense’s basic entry-level TV, but we love the brand and trust its build quality, unlike some other generic Amazon TVs we haven’t tested. You get Dolby Vision high dynamic range support (read: prettier colors), as well as built-in Fire TV for streaming your favorite Amazon shows.
That’s just $2 more than the lowest price we tracked. The U8G (8/10, WIRED Recommends) features a sleek design, an Android TV interface and a raised stand to mount the soundbar underneath. Its excellent local dimming translates into a strong contrast to quantum dot panels, and you also get a 120-Hz screen refresh rate. Pair it with a PC with an AMD card to take advantage of AMD FreeSync support for smoother gaming.
If you’ve been shopping for an extra-large screen, this is one of the best discounts we’ve seen on a 75-inch model in months. It comes with Fire TV for easy streaming and Amazon shopping, plus full-array local dimming means black levels and highlights look better than cheaper screens.
This deal matches the lowest price we’ve tracked for a Chromecast with Google TV (8/10, recommended by WIRED). This gadget is the best 4K streaming device for anyone who loves Google Assistant and for anyone who regularly uses their Android phone for streaming. There’s still a slick and user-friendly interface that you can control with a cute remote. Be sure to check out our guide on how to use Google TV to get the most out of your purchase. This price is matched at Target.
This deal is only available to Amazon Prime members, and the price matches the lowest price we’ve seen. The Eero 6 is one of the easiest mesh routers to set up. The compact design doesn’t take up much space around your home, and you get a router with two extenders here. There’s also a user-friendly mobile app, though add-ons like parental controls cost a $3 monthly subscription. If you want extra Ethernet ports and better range, you can also get a version with three routers—it’s also on sale for $186 ($63 off). For more advice, check out our guides on how to buy a router and how to improve your Wi-Fi.
Smartphone and Laptop Deals
Read our best Android phones and best laptops guides for more of our favorite picks.
Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra (9/10, recommended by WIRED) is an excellent all-around high-end Android phone. It outperformed in nearly every category, and even took longer to get Android version upgrades than Google Pixel phones (weird, considering Google maintains the Android operating system). It’s a large phone that even includes a built-in stylus, but the highlight is the spectacular 10x optical zoom camera, which lets you take sharp photos of distant objects.
The A53 5G (8/10, recommended by WIRED) has pretty much everything most people need, including 5G, NFC for contactless payments, more than a day of battery life, IP67 water resistance, and a MicroSD card slot. Then it goes a step further, offering premium perks like a 120-Hz AMOLED screen, four OS upgrades, and five years of security updates. At this price, it’s an extraordinary value.
If you’re bored with smartphones that are basically rectangular slates, maybe a foldable phone like the Galaxy Z Flip 3 (7/10, WIRED recommendation) will excite you. It recently dropped to $700, but that’s still one of the lowest prices we’ve tracked (and one of the lowest we’ve seen on a foldable phone). Unlike previous versions, the third-generation Flip is more durable and has IPX8 water resistance. This compact device includes a smooth 120-Hz screen, wireless charging and 5G connectivity.
The Moto G Stylus 5G (6/10, WIRED Review) earned an honorable mention in our roundup of the best Android phones — which we’ve received for its lack of software and security updates and an impressive camera (comparable to similarly priced phones) Pixel 5A and Samsung Galaxy A53). However, it does offer smooth performance, two-day battery life, 5G connectivity, and NFC for contactless payments. The built-in stylus also makes it easy to take notes or sign documents directly from your smartphone.
Yes, technically Apple has released a new MacBook Pro with an M2 chip, but this pricier 2021 MacBook Pro and its M1 Pro processor are actually much more powerful. This machine is for anyone who needs to perform some serious CPU-intensive tasks, from photo and video editing to 3D rendering. It fell $50 in April, but it’s still a good deal. This machine has a lot of ports, including HDMI and a 1080p webcam. Read more in our guide to the best MacBooks.
The Pixelbook Go is a bit old, but it’s still a great, no-frills laptop. It’s a Chromebook, so it’s a good choice for anyone who can work completely away from the Chrome browser (though Android apps are available through the Google Play Store). Read our guide to the best Chromebooks for more details.
You’ll need to purchase a keyboard accessory to get the most out of this small Windows laptop (any bluetooth keyboard will work too). The Surface Go 3 isn’t very powerful, but it’s more than enough for simple tasks like browsing the web, sending emails, editing documents, and watching YouTube.
The newer 2021 Kindle Paperwhite is the best Kindle for most people, but the older generation is still solid—and, thanks to this discount, $50 less. The 2019 version lacks USB-C charging and the newer version’s improved display, but it still has a backlight and adjustable warm light. Learn more in our in-depth review. The deal brings the price $5 higher than what we saw at Prime Day last year. Note: It’s possible that new releases will go on sale at the start of Prime Day, so keep that in mind if you’re in the market.
Smartwatch and Audio Deals
WIRED senior associate editor Adrienne So calls the Apple Watch SE (8/10, WIRED’s recommendation) the best Apple Watch for most people, making this a great time to grab it at a discount. It doesn’t have all the health features of the high-end Apple Watch Series 7 (also $329), but it has most of the features you need every day. Read our Apple Watch guide for more details.
That’s the lowest price on an Amazon fitness tracker we’ve ever tracked. Senior associate editor Adrienne So says it’s comfortable to wear, but it recommends taking off your underwear to measure your body fat composition. It can perform the usual fitness tracker functions, such as tracking steps, heart rate, sleep and blood oxygen levels.
This Wear OS smartwatch will receive the Wear OS 3 update. It’s also one of the only Wear OS smartwatches you can expect to comfortably last two days, thanks to its clever dual-display technology. It has a slick interface, and it does a great job of tracking health metrics like blood oxygen rate, step count, and continuous heart rate monitoring. Read more about it in our guide to the best smartwatches.
This speaker is IP67 rated for water and dust resistance, so it can dunk in the pool with ease. It’s portable, has a nice leather strap, and it’s one of the best-sounding small speakers we’ve ever heard.
I love the Echo Dots (8/10, recommended by WIRED) more than any other smart speaker. They’re tiny, sound pretty good, and are great for sleep sounds, timers, and a quick weather check. Last Prime Day, with prices as low as $25, it was worth the wait. Be sure to read our guide on how to keep your Amazon Echo as private as possible.
This model isn’t specifically featured in our guide to the best Bluetooth speakers, but we generally like JBL products. The compact Go 3 is designed with portability in mind. The sturdy construction is waterproof and dustproof, making the speaker a great companion for hiking or beach trips. There are discounts on most colors. This price matches the lowest price we have tracked. More JBL speakers for sale here.
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