Some of the best are over. Cheap computers, TVs, smartphones, tablets, and smarthome devices are still out there, but they’re not going to be as easy to find on sale en masse. Fortunately, Amazon isn’t entirely done offering deals, and some of its services are coming with special discounts following Prime Day.
20% off select home services
This deal started in the lead-up to Prime Day, and Amazon is continuing it for rest of the week following the event. Until July 18, customers can get a , which include things like bed assembly, smart home setup, and patio set assembly.
If you bought furniture or tech gadgets during this year’s Amazon Prime Day that have some assembly required, it may be worth checking to see if Amazon has a service to help get it set up.
$10 credit and 30-day free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited
Amazon users looking for a music streaming service can try out for 30 days without paying a cent. And right now, anyone who signs up for the trial using the promo code “SUMMERMUSIC” gets a $10 credit toward a subscription after the trial expires.
If you bought an Amazon Echo and aren’t satisfied with the music it turns back when you ask it to play something, Amazon’s Music Unlimited could be just the thing to help it play the right tunes. Since there’s a 30-day trial, there’s no harm in trying it out. And if one free month isn’t enough, the second month is $10 cheaper. This deal is offered until the end of the July.
Free bottle and canvas print after $25 spent on Baby Registry items
New and expecting parents have a special deal available to them until July 31 as long as supplies last. Prime users with an Amazon Baby Registry can add an item to their cart from it, and if that items is $25 or more, purchasing it will earn them a free 8-ounce baby bottle and a credit for an 8-inch-by-10-inch photo canvas.
After making the purchase, a button to redeem the free bottle and canvas print show up on the registry homepage. The deal lasts until the end of the month, and the free items must be redeemed by the end of August 3.