Amazon.ca Amazon.ca Prime Day 2020 Sneak Peek: Up to 30% Off Select LEGO Products, Kindle Paperwhite $105, Fire TV Cube $100 + More Get a Preview of Amazon.ca Prime Day 2020 Deals!

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Prime Day 2020 starts this Tuesday and Amazon.ca has officially released a sneak peek of the deals you'll find starting October 13!

No specific pricing is mentioned aside from first-party Amazon devices, but a few popular brands are name-dropped in the press release preview including iRobot, LEGO, Keurig, Philips, Sony and more. An Amazon Prime membership is required to shop Prime Day deals -- sign up for a free 30-day trial to get ready for this year's big shopping event.

We've listed the deals mentioned in the press release to give you an idea of what to expect -- prices will not reflect on product pages until Prime Day begins.

Amazon Devices

Apparel

  • Up to 30% off select Under Armour apparel, shoes and bags
  • Up to 40% off select New Balance Shoes
  • Up to 50% off select adidas footwear and apparel
  • Up to 50% off select apparel from Amazon brands

Appliances and Kitchen

  • Up to 30% off select cookbooks
  • Up to 30% off select iRobot robotic vacuums

Beauty and Wellness

  • Up to 33% off select Philips Sonicare toothbrushes and brush heads
  • Up to 50% off select Crest and Oral B products
  • Up to 50% off select Philips shavers for men and women

Computers and Electronics

  • Up to 24% off select TCL Smart TVs
  • Up to 25% off select laptops and desktops
  • Up to 30% off select Chromebooks and tablets
  • Up to 30% off select office electronics
  • Up to 30% off select PC gaming products
  • Up to 30% off select Philips Hue products
  • Up to 30% off select Samsung phones and wearables
  • Up to 30% off select TP-Link products
  • Up to 35% off select Sony headphones and earbuds
  • Up to 50% off select Garmin products

Groceries and Household

  • Up to 30% off select coffee pods, K-Cups and T-Discs
  • Up to 30% off select AmazonBasics products
  • Up to 30% off select DeWALT tools
  • Up to 30% off select door locks from August, Schlage and Weiser

Kids and Baby

  • Up to 50% off select kids and baby apparel from Amazon brands

Outdoors

  • 30% off the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
  • Up to 30% off select Coleman outdoor gear and essentials

Pets

  • Up to 30% off select Hill's Science Diet Large Bags

Toys and Games

  • Up to 30% off select Crayola toys
  • Up to 30% off select LEGO products

Wearables

  • Up to 40% off select smartwatches
  • Up to 40% off select Suunto watches
  • Up to 50% off select watch brands

These deals will be available once Prime Day 2020 starts on Tuesday, October 13 at 3:00 AM ET. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Nice find, thanks OP!
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    • Got another on the way. Here's hoping for a baby monitor and diapers.
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    • Ring Stick Up Cam $80.... probably will invest
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    • williamsauga wrote: Boo...
      Amazon is KILLING IT due to the massive increase in online shopping. They have exactly zero reasons to offer anything decent IMHO.
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    • I remember every single prime day being rather disappointing
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    • aeba7 wrote: I remember every single prime day being rather disappointing
      Kinda like Black Friday / Boxing Day now.
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    • Up to is the key
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    • just here to count all the "wallet is safe" comments...
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    • repatch wrote: Amazon is KILLING IT due to the massive increase in online shopping. They have exactly zero reasons to offer anything decent IMHO.
      +1

      Amazon/Walmart/Costco/Loblaws are making money hand over fist, cash leaking out of their butts. CEOs are busy sailing the world on their yachts while min wage people slaving away catching COVID. Where's the pandemic pay for second wave? LOL. Yea, I thought so, just a publicity stunt.

      Small business, restaurants, service sector, bleeding. Say good bye to small business and hello to your new overlords.
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    • Medready wrote: Kinda like Black Friday / Boxing Day now.
      Yup. I remember when Black Friday actually had decent deals. I NEVER remember boxing day having anything worthwhile.

      I've never taken part in Prime day since I've never had prime! $35 is easy to hit per order, so no real reason for Prime for me.
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    • simplypop wrote: +1

      Amazon/Walmart/Costco/Loblaws are making money hand over fist, cash leaking out of their butts.

      Small business, restaurants, service sector, bleeding. Say good bye to small business and hello to your new overlords.
      Not by choice...
      How can I support the local mom and pop shops when they can't provide the products, pricing and service?
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    • riseagainstthemachine wrote: just here to count all the "wallet is safe" comments...
      I'm here for the comparisons to a sale 5 years ago.


      Thanks OP!

      I'm hoping to get a bit of Xmas shopping done on the 13th & 14th.
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    • WTH...no Eero on sale..arghh!
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    • simplypop wrote: +1

      Amazon/Walmart/Costco/Loblaws are making money hand over fist, cash leaking out of their butts.

      Small business, restaurants, service sector, bleeding. Say good bye to small business and hello to your new overlords.
      Not by choice...
      How can I support the local mom and pop shops when they can't provide the products, pricing and service?
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    • I upvoted the OP just because (s)he posted the info for our benefit to give us a bit of an advance peek.

      I see a few different items that have been sitting on my wish list that may have a price drop so I'll be keeping an eye on those ones. Maybe the price will drop enough for me to buy, and maybe not. We'll see.
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    • vkizzle wrote: Not by choice...
      How can I support the local mom and pop shops when they can't provide the products, pricing and service?
      Exactly. Despite everything, to me, my dollar is worth more than anything else, why should I be spending more elsewhere for a worse experience?

      Sure, standard argument: with all the little guys gone the big guys will jack up prices. Sorry, history just doesn't support that.
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    • Might jump on a Ring :)
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