Are you ready for Prime Day? I work hard at saving money and I always have a frugal shopping list in the works. (As always, this blog uses affiliate links). One expense I am happy to pay for – and I even consider it a “necessity” in our family budget – is my Amazon Prime membership! I save so much money by shopping on Amazon, but even if the prices weren’t terrific I’d be glad to pay for my membership because of the time I save by not having to leave my house. These are marvelous times we live in and Amazon Prime is a busy Mama’s friend. (If you aren’t a member of Amazon Prime, click here to learn more about the amazing benefits of Prime Membership. I highly recommend it.)
Here is the worksheet that I use to develop my personal Shopping Strategy during sale season. I am sharing this as a free gift for my subscribers. Please Click here to be taken directly to it! It’s going to help you develop your own shopping strategy and be a savvy shopper and a good steward as you browse through sales.
Cheat Sheet for Amazon Prime Day 2019
- Amazon Prime Day 2019 will officially begin at 12 a.m. PST (3 a.m. EST) on Monday, July 15, 2019.
- Prime Day will last a full 48 hours, ending at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16.
- Prime Day Whole Foods deals have already started.
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Deals You’ll Love!
Throughout the next two days, I’ll be posting my favorite Amazon Prime Day Deals. This includes items that I personally purchase for my family, or items that I already own and love.
In years past it’s been really hard to track down what’s on sale. But this year Amazon has organized some handy lists for us. Here are a few links that will be interest to many Pantry Insider Readers.
My Favorite Canning Prime Day Deals
Here are some canning items I LOVE that are on sale for Prime Day! The oven mitts are silicon with a cotton liner… I think everyone should own these! If you’re just getting started canning, the steam canner is the one I use, love and recommend. It’s perfect for jams, pickles, fruit and most tomato recipes. (You’ll need a pressure canner if you want to can meat or vegetables… and there are some great pressure canners on sale, too!)
Hands Down – The BEST Oven Mitts for Canning!Steam Canner (My Favorite, Most Used Canner!)Waterbath Canning Set with AccessoriesT-Fal Pressure Cooker/Pressure CannerPresto Pressure Canner (Canner Only – not a pressure cooker)Canning Accessory SetCanning Basket32 ounce ladleDissolvable Canning Labels