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Stacy Diaz | 13 July, 2018, 08:07

Starter sports wear for the whole family is up to 70% off with the Deal of the Day at Amazon!

Just as the action camera market is now awash with highly capable alternatives to more mainstream options from the likes of GoPro, you can snap up a top-quality drone at a bargain price if you look around.

For those who can't wait to get started on saving, we've compiled some of the best discounts available.

We think that the benefits of Prime membership make that annual fee worth paying, but what if you just want to get the Prime Day deals without paying for a Prime membership?

If you've ever thought about getting an e-reader, now's a good time.

Around a million deals will be up for grabs for subscribers of Amazon Prime. With Kindle Unlimited, you can access over a million titles and get your summer reading on right away. And if you stick with your Prime membership after July, you'll continue to get a bundle of free games each month through Twitch-much like PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold.

Access to top global deals: For the first time, Prime members in India will have access to hundreds of top worldwide Prime Day deals.

Items on sale now for $119 include unlocked Apple iPhone SE or Motorola MOTO smartphones; GoPro Hero5; Dyson hand-held vacuums; Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness watches; and Mongoose bikes, among others. It boasts the largest speakers of any Echo device and is engineered to deliver high-quality sound in every room of your home.

The Fire HD 10 has a 1080p HD display, twice the RAM of the previous tablet model, 32 GB of space and up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. Go to Amazon's deal of the day page.

According to a June 2018 poll conducted by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics, more than half of back-to-school and off-to-college shoppers are planning to shop for the upcoming school season this Prime Day, after one-third shopped on Amazon past year.