Amazon Canada Shares ‘Sneak Peek’ at Exclusive Prime Day Deals [LIST]

Amazon’s Prime Day sale is coming on July 15, kicking off tonight at midnight PDT. While yesterday the company shared a few ‘deals’ with us, today they have officially listed more of what to expect tomorrow.

“In the last year, we’ve added Prime Photos, hundreds of thousands of Prime-eligible items and now Prime Day is the latest reason Prime keeps getting better,” said Alexandre Gagnon, Country Manager for

Check out the listed ‘deals’ below and tell us what you think might be a worthy purchase:

  • Electronics
    • 63% on Sennheiser RS170 digital Wireless Headphones with Dynamic Bass and Surround Sound
    • 50% off RCA 46-inch 60 Hz 1080p LED Full HD TV
    • 46% off Bose SoundTrue Headphones
    • GoPro HERO4 bundle for under $500
    • $169 savings on ASUS laptop
    • $150 savings on Nikon DSLR camera
  • Movies, Books, and Video Games
    • 69% off Fast & Furious 1-6-Movie Collection
    • 69% off The Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary Collector’s Edition
    • 50% Sarah Style by Sarah Richardson
    • Breaking Bad Complete Series Limited Edition Barrel for $89.99
    • Top gaming console and more – at unbelievable prices
  • Home, Patio, Lawn & Garden, Kitchen and Tools
    • 67% off Singer One Plus 221-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine
    • 65% off Bosch 2-Tool Combo Kit
    • 52% off Hoover Windtunnel Max Multi-Cyclonic Bagless Upright Vacuum
    • 43% off Black & Decker 20-Volt Drill with 30 Accessories
    • 35% off Breville BRE800ESXL “Duo-Temp” Espresso Machine
    • 35% Off Breville JE98XL Two-Speed Juice Fountain Plus
  • Toys
    • 44% off Ravensburger Labyrinth – Family Game
    • 30% off Mattel Disney Frozen Doll
    • 30% off select Fisher-Price Power Wheels
  • Baby
    • 50% off Huggies diapers
  • Health and Personal Care
    • 42% off Braun Series 5 5090cc Electric Shaver with Clean & Charge Station
  • Watches and Jewelry
    • 77% off 10k White Gold Round Diamond Earrings
    • 46% off Citizen Men’s AT2275-56X Eco-Drive Chronograph Watch
  • Luggage and Bags
    • 72% off Swiss Gear 17.3-Inch Laptop Backpack
  • Kindle and Fire Devices
    • $60 savings on Fire HD 7
    • $30 savings on Kindle

This is Amazon’s way of funneling new customers to sign up for Prime at $79 CAD per year, which allows for free two-day shipping on any item shipped from their warehouses (and savings on subscriptions to products, like 20% off diapers). Most people will probably sign up for the free 30 day trial, shop Prime Day and then consider whether or not to stay subscribed to the service.

Will you be jumping on Amazon’s Prime Day sale tomorrow? We’ll be sure to keep you informed of the hottest deals of the day. Stay tuned.

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  • FragilityG4

    Huggies?! Why can’t it be Pampers? Huggies leak … But that is huge savings!

  • Yeah we are using Pampers too. #pampers4life

  • FragilityG4

    For my son we used both but huggies changed something when my daughter came around and now they leak all the time!

  • Hmm…Steve Jobs would say she’s wearing them wrong! 😉

  • Anthony ?

    Meh, underwhelmed, as I expected to be. Good price on Huggies, but then we were always a Pampers family and the kids outgrew diapers a couple of years ago, so…

    Personally don’t see the value in Prime when the vast majority of my Free Shipping orders arrive in 1-2 days anyway. You don’t get any additional discounts on stuff like subscriptions, and the unlimited photo storage is something you can get elsewhere for free.

    I suppose if they have something specific at a really good price it might be worth the $79 fee, but otherwise I don’t see the point unless you’re a long way from a distribution center.

  • FragilityG4

    Hahaha nice!

  • Mark Roberts

    What’s with all this diaper talk?

  • xxxJDxxx

    I’m curious about the “top gaming consoles and more”. I’ve been waiting for a good price on a PS4. Maybe?

  • Planning for senior years

  • ????Dennis

    Nothing but Pampers Swaddlers for my daughter. However, nothing beats Huggies wipes. Costco for wipes, fellas. Stock up when they’re $6 off.

  • FragilityG4

    Costco changed their wipes now and they’re not as good as before so we’ve gone back to Huggie wipes.