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Lightning Deals on Amazon are awesome! They’re deals that come and go very fast and usually there are only a certain amount of items that will be sold at the lower price and once those are sold out then the deal disappears. So you want to be one of those that get the deal!
And here’s how you can be ahead of the game:
1. Download the Amazon app or go to “Today’s Deals” on Amazon
- Download the Amazon app on your phone, and turn on notifications. You can also watch for the lightning deals on your computer.
- Or go to Amazon (on Prime Day) and click there “Today’s Deals” and click on lightning deals on the menu (left side).
2. Watch the lightning deals
When you see a deal you like that is coming later that day, click “Watch Deal” under any items you like.
When the deal is starting you’ll get a notification on your phone or you can sign up to receive an alert by email.
HOW TO GET NOTIFIED WHEN DEALS GO LIVE ON AMAZON
If you’re looking for something specific but want to wait until the price is right, you might like to get notified when a deal that you’re eyeing on goes live.
Here’s how you can get a notification when deals go live.
Step 1: Click the options icon to view settings
Step 2: Scroll down to Programs & Features and click on Deals/Today’s Deals.
Step 3: Choose Upcoming Deals (or Lightning Deals)
Step 4: When you find the deal that you like, click “Watch This Deal” and you’ll be notified when the deal starts.
It’s that simple to watch lightning deals on Amazon.
And if you want to be extra prepared for Prime Day, then you might enjoy this post I wrote: How to be extra prepared for Amazon Prime Day + free wishlist printable
And if you want to see my favorite Prime Day deals, then check out this post: Awesome quality Prime Day deals – My Favorites!
I’ll update this post when the Prime Day deals are announced.
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