We’re in no position of telling Tim Cook what to do with his trillion-dollar juggernaut, especially because, with the advent of Apple’s latest lineup, we are officially devotees to the Apple genius. (“Sheeple” is who we are called.) However, now and then, we do hope Apple’s sales strategy can use some loosen-up, like chopping a bit off the $250 AirPods or $1,000 iPads on their official website so we’ll shop there and gladly funnel all the cash directly to Tim’s pockets. But, every so often, we flee to Amazon instead to snag a few discounted Apple products. No doubt about 15 percent in revenue was taken by a weirdly buff, bald billionaire as commission.
And there’s no better time to direct our appetite for Amazon Apple deals squarely on the retailer, who has announced a new Fall savings event, informally referred to as Prime Day 2.0 or the Fall Prime Day, and officially known as the Prime Early Access Sale, which will last two days on October 11 and 12.
Great news for us sheeples or anyone who needs a serious tech upgrade, indeed. In those 48 hours, scoring a pair of AirPods Max under $500 or a new MacBook at $200 off will be a wish granted. But, if you’re so eager to have at these Apple deals ASAP for whatever reason—maybe your old gadgets are hanging onto their last electric current—many Apple products are in fact already on sale at Amazon. These Apple deals from Prime Early Access Sale are just as bona fide as those we’ve seen during Amazon Prime Day 2022. And we’ve curated the best of them below to get you warmed up for the shopping.
Best Amazon Prime Day 2.0 Apple Deals
What Is Amazon Prime Early Access Sale?
According to the retailer, Amazon’s new online savings event is basically a way-ahead-of-the-time holiday shopping affair where members can get their hands on holiday deals on the site before holiday season actually starts. Prime Early Access Sale will thus be Amazon’s very own Black Friday/Cyber Monday. And similar to Amazon Prime Day, members can see the bolded badge “Save 50% with prime” attached to millions of products across all categories. Calling it the second Prime Day of the year, or the Fall Prime Day is thus very apropos, since the magnitude of discounts during Prime Early Access Sale will be just as epic.
When Is Amazon Prime Early Access Sale?
Unlike for Prime Day, Amazon did not dilly-dally about dates this time around. The retailer quite frankly surprised us when it dropped the official Prime Early Access Sale news and outright confirmed that the event will last two days on October 11 and October 12. Furthermore, as with Amazon’s shopping tradition, one never has to wait for the actual dates; Prime Early Access Sale has already started across the board, as you can see with these Apple deals.
Why Shop Apple Products on Prime Early Access Sale?
Because why wouldn’t you want to take $120 off Apple’s outrageously-priced AirPods Max or up to $70 off Apple Watch 7 when you absolutely can, courtesy of Amazon’s new Prime Day? That’s one of the best times 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’s Prime Day, we’ve seen discounts on Apple products so steep like $200 off brand new MacBooks. So, yeah, you best believe it.
Who Can Enjoy Amazon Prime Early Access Sale?
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 these massive Prime event 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 October 11 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 that is the case, do consider being a Prime member after all.
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