If it seems like Amazon is a place to get everything you need, it’s because it probably is. But there’s so much on Amazon that there’s always more you didn’t think about, or didn’t know you could find, and, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, have it delivered to you for free within a day or two. Here are some of the best deals you didn’t know you could get, or may have not even thought about, that are available for Amazon Prime members right now.
1. TREBLAB X5 - High-End Bluetooth Earbuds w/Beryllium Speakers
Why We Picked It These headphones are specifically shaped to give you a snug fit while you’re working out. And what’s great is that they will last for 30+ hours before you need to charge them again. They last for 6 hours alone, and then you can charge it in its charging case 4 times before you’ll need to plug in the case again.
2. Beats EP On-Ear Headphones
Why We Picked It These are one of Beats’s simple and elegant headphones. They are usually $129.95, but they are on sale for Prime Day for half of that - one of those deals that are hard to pass up.
3. REBBL Matcha Latte, 12 Oz
Why We Picked It You may not have considered buying protein drinks on Amazon. Or, if you have Amazon Prime, then maybe you have. Either way, Rebbl makes amazing tasing and natural energy drinks and this flavor is now on sale from $3.99 for Prime Day.
4. Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker
Why We Picked It This was one of the top selling items in the U.S. last year. It’s not just a rice cooker, but also a slow cooker, steamer, and you can even make yogurt with it along with endless other possibilities. It’s now on sale from $99.95.
5. 4 Months of Unlimited Music on Amazon
Why We Picked It You may have not thought about Amazon as a place to turn to for music, but right now, this deal might make you reconsider. You’ll get access to unlimited songs, no ads, and can download the music so you can listen offline too. For $.99 for four months, it’s hard not to give it a try.
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