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It's the final day of Amazon Prime Day and you have less than 24 hours to shop this year's event at Amazon Canada.

An Amazon Prime membership is required to shop all Prime Day deals – all subscriptions levels will have access to Prime Day, including free 30-day trials.

Here's a handful of Amazon's best Prime Day deals for 2022, sorted by brand.

Appliances and Kitchen

  • AeroGarden – up to 30% off select indoor gardening kits
  • Cuisinart – up to 30% off select kitchen favourites
  • De'Longhi, Braun – up to 38% off select appliances
  • Instant Pot – up to 30% off select appliances
  • iRobot – up to 57% off select Roomba vacuums
  • Nespresso – up to 41% off select coffee machines
  • Ninja – up to 30% off select appliances
  • NutriBullet – up to 40% off select blenders
  • Shark – up to 38% off select vacuums
  • Stasher – up to 25% off select food-grade silicone storage bags
  • T-fal, Lagostina, Rowenta – up to 42% off select cookware
  • Vitamix – up to 46% off select blenders

Apparel

Automotive

Beauty and Wellness

Electronics and Accessories

  • Acer – up to 22% off select laptops
  • Amazon Devices – up to 60% off select Blink, Echo, eero, Fire TV, Kindle and Ring devices
  • AmazonBasics – up to 20% off select electronics and accessories
  • AmazonBasics – up to 20% off select PC accessories and musical instruments
  • AMD, Corsair, MSI – up to 43% off select computer components
  • Apple – up to 40% off select Apple Watch Series 6
  • Apple – up to 50% off select accessories
  • ASUS – up to 17% off select laptops
  • Beats – 50% off select wireless headphones
  • BenQ – up to 50% off select monitors
  • Bose – up to 36% off select headphones and speakers
  • CyberPower – up to 25% off select gaming PCs
  • Crucial, Samsung, WD – up to 30% off select hard drives and SSDs
  • DJI – up to 45% off select drones and action cameras
  • Fitbit – up to 43% off select fitness trackers
  • FLIR – up to 30% off select cameras
  • Garmin – up to 40% off select navigation accessories
  • GoPro – up to 25% off select action camera bundles
  • Hisense – up to 30% off select TVs and soundbars
  • HP – up to 25% off select laptops
  • HyperX – up to 43% off select gaming accessories
  • Jabra – up to 35% off select headphones
  • LG – up to 42% off select home entertainment products
  • LG – up to 30% off select monitors and laptops
  • Logitech – up to 44% off select accessories
  • Microsoft – up to 37% off select PC accessories
  • Philips Hue – up to 35% off select lighting
  • Razer – up to 40% off select gaming accessories
  • Samsung – up to 30% off select Galaxy tablets
  • Samsung – up to 30% off select TVs and soundbars
  • Samsung – up to 34% off select Galaxy smartphones and mobile accessories
  • Samsung – up to 25% off select monitors
  • Shure – up to 31% off select audio products
  • Sony – up to 47% off select headphones and speakers
  • SteelSeries – up to 30% off select gaming accessories
  • TCL – up to 25% off select TVs
  • Tile – up to 30% off select Bluetooth trackers
  • TP-Link – up to 35% off select smart home accessories

Entertainment

  • 4K Movies – up to 60% off select movies on 4K Blu-ray
  • Movies – up to 50% off select titles on Blu-ray and DVD
  • Movies – up to 40% off select movie collections on Blu-ray and DVD
  • TV Shows – up to 50% off select TV single seasons on Blu-ray and DVD
  • TV Shows – up to 50% off select TV complete series on Blu-ray and DVD

Furniture and Home Decor

Groceries

Home Improvement and Outdoors

Home Office and School Supplies

Kids and Baby

Pets

Sports and Fitness Equipment

Toys

Video Games

  • HTC – up to 30% off select HTC Vive VR bundles
  • Nintendo – up to 44% off select Nintendo Switch games
  • Nintendo – up to 31% off select Nintendo Switch game bundles with Switch Online
  • PowerA – up to 48% off select Nintendo Switch accessories
  • PlayStation – up to 16% off all PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controllers
  • PlayStation – up to 50% off select PlayStation games and accessories
  • Xbox – up to 20% off select Xbox Series S bundles

Amazon Prime Day 2022 is effective from July 12-13 and Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members.

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    • Ordered NOCO GB20 and received the GB40. $26 saving in addition to the existing sale. Not sure if it’ll happen for all orders.
      Same for me!
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    • Ordered NOCO GB20 and received the GB40. $26 saving in addition to the existing sale. Not sure if it’ll happen for all orders.
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    • Copped LOTR Extended 4K Trilogy, The Hobbit Extended 4K Trilogy, and some free PC games.

      The WD 14TB NAS Red Plus drives, copped from Memory Express. Same price. Tempted to get the Synology NAS from ME as it is cheaper with a promo code.
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    • Yes and no. Had a Roomba way back when they were first launched (probably pushing 20 years now). Unit died, then battery eventually died, took some time to get them to replace/ship me a new one and by the time I got it I just discovered I didn't try to make it work again. It clearly (at the time) was not saving me enough time/hassle to set it back up (back then you needed manual no-go base stations and it was the bump and turn fuzzy mapping that often meant the robot didn't make it back to it's charging station before it died).

      Fast forward to recently and I saw a review on the RR 9 VMAX, etc..etc.. that does the mop cleaning/draining/etc and thought "wow, looks like these solve all the old problems and would eliminate most hassles... I should reconsider again"

      And after spending some time researching what's on sale in Canada and comparing models and such yesterday, I'm left with no strong feeling I can trust any youtube review/conclusion. Even the reddit channels/posts on these things are full of low-detail, one sentence, brand bashing/loyalty responses.

      ......

      Maybe if the Roborocks with the autolift mop were cheaply acquired in Canada I might be in a different place on them right now.

      Maybe others can chime in on this...
      I pretty much concur with your reasoning. The newest Roborock with the self-cleaning mop is probably the first 'set and forget' type solution that can take care of all vacuuming and mopping, but they're expensive as hell and not sold here at retail.

      With all the other $600+ vacuums, I feel like they're all missing one thing or another to justify the price. Barring the $1500 self-cleaning ones, mopping is not yet a strong suit for these.
      I think a decent self-emptying one in the $400-500 range is basically the best value at the moment. Can take care of dirt pickup daily without you having to intervene. The $399/$499 deals for the Deebot N8+ and maybe the new lidar-based Shark one (if in the same price range) are what I'd recommend.
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    • I can't believe I spent $0 tonight. Not a single thing to impulse buy!
      Same.....anything that I was hoping to find wasn't there. So, wallet safe. For now.
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    • As a Prime member I have nothing I wanna buy from these prime day deals, usually I find a better deal the other days lol
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    • Is the Fire tab 8 price good? CCC lowest at $44 a few months ago but dont remember seeing anything that hot
      Seems okay. It's definitely better than the 7 which, by all accounts, is useless. Looks like they are selling it for $45 in US (around $60 CAD) for their PD, so $70 here is not terrible. However in US they also have refurbs for $40 USD and they have the Plus for $65, which we don't get here at all.
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    • costco has these cables on sale sometimes , they are long and strong , so far so good.
      Got a link?
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    • Interesting, that brand wasn't even on my radar.

      8 have been waiting for a roborock sale as imho, they seem to be the best robot vac money can buy, but getting one with an auto empty bin is impossible.

      This seems like a similar, but not as good option
      Yeah its basically the top of their most accessible brand. Reviews seem good as well and delivery time was short, we will see.
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    • Anyone know robot vacuums. There are a million on the prime day sale but I don't know the difference between one and the other. I would like an option for both a vacuum model and a vacuum and mop model.
      Yes and no. Had a Roomba way back when they were first launched (probably pushing 20 years now). Unit died, then battery eventually died, took some time to get them to replace/ship me a new one and by the time I got it I just discovered I didn't try to make it work again. It clearly (at the time) was not saving me enough time/hassle to set it back up (back then you needed manual no-go base stations and it was the bump and turn fuzzy mapping that often meant the robot didn't make it back to it's charging station before it died).

      Fast forward to recently and I saw a review on the RR 9 VMAX, etc..etc.. that does the mop cleaning/draining/etc and thought "wow, looks like these solve all the old problems and would eliminate most hassles... I should reconsider again"

      And after spending some time researching what's on sale in Canada and comparing models and such yesterday, I'm left with no strong feeling I can trust any youtube review/conclusion. Even the reddit channels/posts on these things are full of low-detail, one sentence, brand bashing/loyalty responses.

      So... I thought I might just take a chance and grab the 360 S8 for $280 and see if lidar and 'mopping' (dragging a wet cloth around) does a decent enough job keeping up, if I do a good manual mopping and vacuuming before running it. But just as I was about to do it, I checked WireCutter and then RTINGS. Wirecutter was recommending basically Roomba's... something almost no one else does but I've found their recommendations in general to be sound (no disappointments).. but iRobot isn't doing LIDAR and apparently it's the bee's knees in terms of accurate mapping and not missing areas,,, so that was a bit confusing. And then RTING's reviews showed most of the robotic vacuums in general are poor, some are mediocre and one of it's higher rated ones (Neato D8), almost no one talks about and the few who do complain about it. So after that round of trying to look for something to hang my hat on other than 'novelty', I *think* I'm going to leave it again for now.

      For context, I have mostly hard surfaces on the main floor, with a few rugs (one of which has tassels, which it seems no robotic vacuum doesn't get caught on or manage differently - these things can avoid dog feces but can't identify a tassle, turn off the roller, go over the tassels and turn it back on... what?) and yes while I could mark it a no-go... then I have a huge chunk of high-traffic space that needs manual cleaning - negating some of the benefit of having an automated process. What this means for me is I either have to buy a Roborock (not locally available, have to pay high shipping/import fees, even with Amazon) so the mop lifts, or I have to run two separate cleaning passes (one for rugs/carpet, one for hard surfaces) with other vacuums. While it's possible this kind of scheduling exists in some of the vacuum's apps, I thought I'd make sure this doesn't get overlooked by buying a unit with Home Assistant integration. Problem is, that's basically the Roborock's or the ECOVACS. The N8/+ Pro then becomes the only viable contender for prime day sale/canada. Problem there is, you have to manually put the mop on and off. And the auto-dust bin, of course, doesn't do any mop cleaning. So for my environment, the autodust bin largely becomes useless if I'm manually pulling the fluid canister and mop pad off to clean, why not just pull the dustbin too. in which case, why am I paying for an uto dustbin that uses proprietary bags like an old-school traditional vacuum.

      So perhaps you can see why these things (with the exception of the most expensive $1200-1600 CAD) are wrought with compromises. Maybe an entry-level w/lidar is good enough (manual change, decent vacuuming, expect poor mopping), but I'm not sure the mid range makes a lot of sense in a mixed/floor environment when the mopping function of most of them is mediocre at best.

      Then of course, if you have a multilevel home... you need to own 2, or manually move one that supports multi-level maps (a lot seem to) and hope it completes the job in one charging pass, or I think you'd have to move the base between floors too. I dunno what's realistic, but I imagine for these reasonably weak devices to keep up witht he cleaning you want to be running them every other day in a home with more than a couple people and an animal. I'm just not sure this process is a significant time saver over using a powerful manual vacuum once a week or two.

      Maybe if the Roborocks with the autolift mop were cheaply acquired in Canada I might be in a different place on them right now.

      Maybe others can chime in on this...
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    • I am looking for a cheap or branded Apple Lightning cable (Type C to Lightning) ...I would appreciate if anyone could help me find a good deal. Thanks
      costco has these cables on sale sometimes , they are long and strong , so far so good.
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    • thank you for the summary. Nothing I wanted but good to know in a glance.
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    • Is the Fire tab 8 price good? CCC lowest at $44 a few months ago but dont remember seeing anything that hot
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    • I don’t know about this specific one but I’d be careful of the 4K claim. Just because the resolution is 4K doesn’t mean the video quality is good. Base your criteria on being able to read license plates — from the Amazon reviews it doesn’t seem like you can.
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    • Which cat food did you get?

      Looking to pick some up for when my partner brings her cat over
      He is eating Hill's dry food. $50 for 15lb is a good price and he likes it so far so we buy 3 bags @ Prime Day and 3 bags @ Black Friday each year.
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    • Anyone know robot vacuums. There are a million on the prime day sale but I don't know the difference between one and the other. I would like an option for both a vacuum model and a vacuum and mop model.
      My friend suggested Deebots that are currently on sale at Costco. They have have the ability to create no go zones on the app instead of using those boundary strips. He's pretty happy with his from last year's Black Friday sale, so I bought one yesterday that has vacuum and mop options. I am more comfortable dealing with Costco anyway if something goes wrong.
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    • I was going to get a roborock but ended up with the Dreametech Z10 pro, both companies owned by xiaomi but the Z10 didnt have import and deposit fees, and also faster shipping + a base.
      Interesting, that brand wasn't even on my radar.

      8 have been waiting for a roborock sale as imho, they seem to be the best robot vac money can buy, but getting one with an auto empty bin is impossible.

      This seems like a similar, but not as good option
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    • I got a couple of Legos, Elgato Stream Deck, and Razer Serien X, thinking about buying Alesis Drums Nitro Mesh Kit, Breville BES840XL, and Oculus Quest 2.

      Alesis Drum Mesh Kit Ten Piece Bundle seems decent, the same price as the 7 pieces version.
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    • weirdly.. the echo 8 (2021 ver) + lightbulb was charged $89.99 instead of $99.99...... soooooo thank you Amazon? XD
      Son of a.... I totally forgot to click the light bulb option!!! :mad: I bought the Show 5 though, not the 8, so the price is not different; I just didn't get the bulb.

      I wonder if I can just order it again, with the bulb, and then return the new one? Will that work? Actually wait it looks like I can't because the serial# is tracked--damnit. I mean I could still return it but I unboxed it and powered it on and signed in and all that. Feel kinda bad returning it...
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    • I have prime and i still see some items with shipping costs. Plus reading the posts here seems pretty lame the deals lightning or not.
      You must be another amazon fanboy or employee because I went threw and see things that are reg priced with 10% off or Not on SALE at all (most of my seaches).
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    • I am looking for a cheap or branded Apple Lightning cable (Type C to Lightning) ...I would appreciate if anyone could help me find a good deal. Thanks
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    • Thanks OP. Great list
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    • Anyone know robot vacuums. There are a million on the prime day sale but I don't know the difference between one and the other. I would like an option for both a vacuum model and a vacuum and mop model.
      I was going to get a roborock but ended up with the Dreametech Z10 pro, both companies owned by xiaomi but the Z10 didnt have import and deposit fees, and also faster shipping + a base.
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    • Scored an amazing deal on the DJI Mini 2, actually have one sitting in my Costco cart which is $50 and you get one miss out on an extra battery (3 vs 2) and the 3 battery charging station. Also got a Meguiar's DA Car Buffer and a Yeti Colestar. Kinda annoyed I didn't wait for to buy the Samsung M8 monitor bought it last week and today it's $65 cheaper but you win some you lose some.
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    • was gonna grab a treadmill, but the deal ended despite there being stock and indicating it still had a day left.
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    • Nothing close to black friday deals. Either way bought some dog food and an oculus quest 2.
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    • They really piss me off!

      Yeti Colster was there this morning 30% off.

      Now I try to add one to my cart by clicking the front page link which shows the deal has 39+ hours left.
      I get:
      This deal is currently unavailable, but you can find more great deals on our Today’s Deals page.

      I signed out of Prime, added one to my cart for full price and am able to check out fine. It's not a lightning deal, there's no set amount to be claimed with a bar underneath...what a crock!
      I jumped on that deal this morning or I thought so anyways... Was in a rush when I ordered and only got one not the two I thought I had which is annoying, usually I end up accidentally ordering 2 of something not the other way around, lol.
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    • Or… maybe it’s to protect children’s lives? It’s a Transport Canada regulation. What does TC have to gain from car seat sales? The foam and plastic break down over time and become unsafe in the event of a crash. Same as a bike helmet, you’re supposed to replace those every 5 years max.
      To be fair these same companies are pushing to put expiration dates on baby high chairs, playpens, and cribs too. Transport canada doesnt do any testing, they defer everything to the manufacturer.
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    • 2 years for this??? half the stuff is either OutOfStock / Not.Avail or outrageous shipping cost??
      You're somewhat late to the party so stuff being out of stock especially earlier lightning deals I'm not surprised by.

      Outrageous shipping cost? Sorry, what? Do you not have Prime? I haven't seen a single shipping price today or in years for that matter.
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    • Wallet safe from impulse purchases, but I did stock up on Greenies cat treats - my cat is obsessed with the catnip flavoured ones, and the sale price for the 9oz tabs is quite good.
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    • 2 years for this??? half the stuff is either OutOfStock / Not.Avail or outrageous shipping cost??
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    • That's just total bull that's used to sell more car seats.
      Or… maybe it’s to protect children’s lives? It’s a Transport Canada regulation. What does TC have to gain from car seat sales? The foam and plastic break down over time and become unsafe in the event of a crash. Same as a bike helmet, you’re supposed to replace those every 5 years max.
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    • Typically it's 6 years expiry after manufacturing date to be safe. A warehouse environment is probably OK in a controlled indoor environment but you just never know. One has to decide if one's child's life is worth that unknown risk.
      That's just total bull that's used to sell more car seats.
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    • Anyone know robot vacuums. There are a million on the prime day sale but I don't know the difference between one and the other. I would like an option for both a vacuum model and a vacuum and mop model.
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    • I bought this one around Christmas, and currently it's cheaper than when I bought it. It's definitely not high-end but I've gotten good use out of it when I want to watch "big screen" stuff. This YouTube review was partly what convinced me to get it, as he goes into a deep dive into the specific model.
      Thanks, will check it out.
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