Amazon Prime Day 2022 Has Been Confirmed. But Apple Deals Are Already Here.

·4 min read
Photo credit: Hearst Owned
Photo credit: Hearst Owned


"Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commission or revenue on some items through the links below."

Listen, Tim Cook, we’re in no position of telling you what to do with your multi trillion-dollar juggernaut because we’re not 1.) Duke scholars. 2.) Paid $100 million in compensation. 3.) Homies with the late Steve Jobs. But from a consumer POV, you really could loosen up your sales strategy. Maybe try chopping a bit off your $250 AirPods or $1,000 iPads every so often on Apple’s official website so people will shop there and funnel all the cash directly to your pockets. But you won’t. Which means every year, people flood Amazon on Prime Day to spend big on Apple goods. No doubt about 15 percent in revenue was taken by a certain weirdly buff, bald billionaire as commission. Your loss.

Anyways, in light of Apple not "thinking different", our focus is now squarely on Amazon Prime Day when we can hopefully score a pair of AirPods Max under $500 or a new iMac at $200 off. And according to Amazon’s press release, Prime Day will return on July 12 and July 13, 2022. Glad tidings for anyone who needs some tech upgrades.

SHOP ALL EARLY PRIME DAY DEALS

Then again why wait till July? There are already quite a few early Prime-Day deals on Apple Watches, AirPods, iPads and Macs you can pick up right now on Amazon. Or, if you truly believe good things come to those who wait, we’ve got some helpful details on Amazon Prime Day 2022 and its best Apple deals below.

Best Amazon Apple Deals Ahead Of Prime Day 2022

What Is Amazon Prime Day?

It's basically Amazon's birthday, first held in July 15, 2015 to commemorate the site's 20th anniversary—and hey, Amazon is a Cancer! This annual savings affair is the Black Friday/Cyber Monday of summer, and the biggest sales event on Amazon's own site, with the bolded badge "Save 50% with prime" attached to millions of products across all categories. Last year, we saw over two million deals. Here's to hope this year's Prime Day will see three million deals.

When Is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

In Amazon's quarterly earnings report released in April, sneak peak about this year's Prime Day was snuck in stealthily. But we uncovered it regardlessly—Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place in July. However, Amazon quite frankly surprised us when it unexpectedly dropped the official Prime Day news and finally confirmed that Prime Day this year will take place on July 12 and July 13. And keep in mind that pre- and post-Prime Day sales are also part of the shopping tradition, like you see here. Even better, the retailer has also revealed that early Prime Day deals exclusive to Prime members will start rolling in on June 21. Hubba hubba.

Why Shop Apple Products on Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Because why wouldn't you want to take $120 off Apple's outrageously-priced AirPods Max or up to $70 off the latest Apple Watch 7 when you absolutely can, courtesy of Amazon Prime Day? That's like the best time of the year to buy Apple products and get them delivered to you for free in only one or two days. In fact, in 2021, we've seen discounts on Apple products so steep like $100 off shaved off the esquire-endorsed AirPods Max, or $200 off MacBooks—yeah, you best believe it.

Who Can Enjoy Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Those who wonder why every month there's a $14.99 charge on their credit cards—that's the Prime membership fee, by the way. I.e., only those who subscribe to Amazon Prime are eligible for the massive Prime Day savings on tech, home, kitchen, style, and beyond. If you're a first-timer, a 3o-day free trial is available. So sign up for Amazon Prime now or just before Prime Day arrives so you can save an extra $15.

Lastly, we'd be damned if we don't let you know that these Apple deals on Amazon are, as you can see, open for anyone to chime in and splurge on. Will Amazon attach extra Prime-only discounts on top of existing Apple deals? Only Jeff Bezos will know. And if they do, do consider being a Prime member after all.

You Might Also Like