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How to shop Lightning Deals during Amazon Prime Day

PC World Thursday, 11 July 2019
Amazon’s summer sales extravaganza, Prime Day, is a full 48 hours this year. From 12:00am PT Monday, July 15 until 11:59pm PT on Tuesday, July 16, the deals will flow on the popular shopping site. One of the best ways to find good prices during the sales fest will be Amazon’s Lightning Deals.

Lightning Deals feature limited stock available at a low price for a limited time, with a purchase limit of one per customer per item. They generally offer some of the best sale prices on Amazon, which makes the demand for them that much higher.

Lightning Deals expire in two ways: The deal ends either when the time limit runs out, or when customers claim all available stock. Because these bargains often sell out fast, you'll want to have a plan to take advantage of the best items.

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