Prime Day 2019: TVs, sporting goods, memorabilia deals part of Amazon's 48-hour sale
The special two-day event kicked off this morning
The sports memorabilia scene has seen items Amazon's Prime Day, an exclusive, limited-time sale for Amazon Prime members, sporting goods are just one of countless categories available at discounted summer rates.in recent weeks, but soon, you could be able to score your own deals on collectibles, not to mention team gear and athletics equipment, for a whole lot less. As part of
The sale started this morning and runs for two full days, marking the first 48-hour run in Prime Day's history. This year's extravaganza, which was preceded by current deals across Amazon's marketplace, includes potential savings on gifts like 1080p Fire TVs, which offer CBS Sports HQ and CBS All Access.
Among other deals you'll find as part of Prime Day:
- NCAA Hover Helmet, a collectible levitating football helmet with electromagnetic stand -- $79 (usually $99)
- The Northwest Company NCAA "Steal" Duffel Bag -- $18.60 (usually $24.79)
- Custom stitched NFL team jerseys -- starting at $39.99
- Discounted sports collectibles and trading cards
Prime Day is available only to those with a Prime subscription, which costs $119 for an annual membership or $13 on a per-month basis. Besides the Prime Day deals, which figure to best apply to Amazon's own products, like Echo speakers, Fire tablets and Kindle readers, Prime subscriptions also enable you to order with free overnight shipping on many products, with two-day shipping for most others, not to mention access to movies and TV shows from Prime Video.
You can also sign up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime get in on the Prime Day savings.
Looking for more Prime Day deals? Check out CNET's Amazon Prime Day coverage.
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