Following up its original sale back over the summer, Amazon is now ringing in the start of the holiday shopping season by launching a new fall Prime Day savings event. Like always, the team at 9to5Toys will be working around the clock in order to bring you all of the best discounts over the next several days. Alongside Amazon getting in on the savings, various other retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target are also launching their own savings events to compete. Below, you’ll find all of the best fall Prime Day 2022 deals across a range of categories, like tech, home goods, fashion, and more.
Best Prime Day deals now going live in fall sale
Amazon will be rolling out all of its best Prime Day deals on this landing page through the week. That will include price drops on first-party products like Amazon’s Echo speakers and Fire TV streamers, along with a host of revolving Gold Boxes that will refresh every few hours on Amazon’s Prime Day hub.
Amazon sets the stage
This is Amazon’s fall shopping event after all, and so the brand’s in-house hardware devices are taking center stage for all of the Prime Day discounts this time around. So far, deep discounts have already been launched on many of the company’s popular devices, including Echo speakers, Fire TVs, and more.
Apple delivers some of the best fall Prime Day deals
Over on the Apple front for the new Prime Day sale, 2022 is already seeing some of the best discounts of the shopping event, courtesy of our favorite Cupertino company. Ranging from deep clearance on M1 machines to the very first price cuts on all-new Apple Watch models and more, there are plenty of all-time lows available.
Apple’s latest 11- and 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pros fall to all-time lows from $699 (Save $200+)
Google drops prices on latest Pixel 7 and more
Not to be outdone, Google is also rolling out some of the best discounts of the year in honor of Prime Day this year. Ranging from its latest flagship handset to Assistant-enabled smart home gear, the deals live down below deliver new all-time lows across many of the releases.