We write about what we're passionate about on Windows Central.
We have since the very first day we rolled out to the world. That's why we've lasted in the crazy and competitive sphere of tech blogging, and it's why loyal readers like you keep coming back to us. (Thanks for that, BTW.)
Obviously, we love Windows, PCs, Microsoft (for the most part), Xbox, hardware, software, and everything related to it all. But what do we love just as much? Cannot-miss deals on any and all that stuff, that's what. And that's exactly what Amazon's Prime Day delivers.
Amazon Prime Day 2019
For the first time, Amazon extended Prime Day to two full days this year: Monday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 16, 2019. That means more deals and more time to capitalize on all the potential savings.
Of course, you need to be an Amazon Prime member to get in on the action. If you're not already, there's never been a better time to sign up. Doing so could literally pay for itself in savings multiple times over before the close of this year's Prime Day. I won't get into too many details, but you should know that Prime membership is about WAY more than just Prime Day, too. During your membership period, you get free shipping on piles of products, free streaming TV and movies, free digital books and magazines, unlimited music streaming and photo storage, and much more. I'm dead serious when I say that Amazon Prime is literally the most valuable subscription service I pay for each year, and I've been a Prime member since it was announced.
Your ticket to bigtime savings
The best way to get the most from Amazon
If you buy anything from Amazon, you'd be a fool not to be a Prime member. With free shipping on most of what it sells, free streaming TV and movies, free digital books and magazines, unlimited music streaming and photo storage, it's guaranteed not to disappoint. And you get access to Prime Day deals!
Prime Day on Windows Central
Leading up to and during Prime Day, you may notice our adoration of deals and savings carrying over to our site. That's because Windows Central, and all our Mobile Nations sibling sites, are going all-in on Prime Day, with every one of our writers and editors making it their personal mission to make sure we don't miss a single relevant deal. We even tapped the experts from Thrifter.com, the best damn deals site on the web, to help us out. Just as we're the No. 1 site on the Internet for all things Microsoft and Windows for 365 days a year, we want to be the No. 1 network of sites for Prime Day savings for the 48 hours while it lasts.
We'll deliver all the best Windows-related deals to you directly on our home page and via social on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Our writers and editors, including Senior Writer Zac Bowden and Games Editor Jez Corden, will also be providing personal recommendations each day. But if you want to make sure you catch ALL the best bargains our team of deal hunters can find on ANY kind of product, you'll want to hit our Amazon Prime Day deals hub. This is the absolute quickest way to find the best Prime Day deals, so if that sounds like it's up your alley, head over there and bookmark the page post haste.
To sum that all up, if Windows Central looks a bit different to you for the next few days, embrace the change! And if saving money and Prime Day just aren't your thing, cool (weird, but cool); Windows Central will return to its regularly-scheduled programming on Wednesday, July 17.
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