We're still two weeks away from the big midsummer sale event, and while some good There are some things you can do to get the best deals for you and your family. Amazon Prime Time
Share your Prime benefits
There is no need to pay full price for multiple accounts. You can share your other adult and you can give your kids access. You'll share the same benefits, like free next-day or two-day shipping and prime video streaming.
Use the 30-day free trial
If you're just going to use Amazon for the Prime Day deal, then sign up for the 30-day free trial. You'll have the same benefits as paying prime users for the entire trial period.
Get on the waitlist
It's a popular item with a nice sales tag. However, shoppers are given 15 minutes to check out, and if they have not got that time, the item will be removed from their carts. In order to secure your spot in line for the next available item, you'll need to join the waitlist group.
You can sign up for alerts on Amazon so you do not miss any Prime Day deals.
Check the price history before buying
Make sure you're getting the best deal. You can use a site like Camelcamelcamel or Keepa to track. The sites will even alert you when the price drops.
Get a student or Medicaid discount
If you are a Medicaid student, you can get a discount on Amazon Prime. So instead of paying $ 13 each month, you'll pay $ 6. You'll need to confirm your eligibility by sending in the proper documentation. If you're a student, you can scan a copy of your transcript or student ID. Consider the Amazon credit card
Sign up for Amazon's credit card if you make a large purchase. You can earn 5% cash back on Amazon purchase, but you'll need a Prime membership.
Skip the two-day shipping
Amazon offers you rewards if you opt for free no-rush shipping at checkout instead of the standard two-day shipping. Amazon delivery and no-rush shipping. The rewards will vary, depending on the item you've selected.
For more on Amazon Prime Day 2019, here's how to find the best deals on kitchen tools and appliances, TVs and media streamers and gaming gear.  Originally published June 29, 2019. Update, June 30 .