Those are three classic hallmarks of a Prime Day deal.
To make sure you don't miss a deal, follow our coverage and sign up for HuffPost's sales and deals newsletter, where we'll bring you the best deals on the day. It said Tuesday that some products, such as Toshiba TVs, were already on sale. The main idea behind Amazon's Echo devices is to sell you stuff, so Alexa is more than willing to help you add things to your cart.
In brief: If you have mid-year gifts to buy, are eyeballing some back-to-school gear or just want to treat yourself, Prime Day is the flawless opportunity to do so and score a deal in the process.
And every day leading up to July 15 members will discover exclusive offers and deals.More news: Momo Challenge becomes basis of horror movie from 'It' producer
The event was meant to serve as a version of Black Friday for Amazon users. Of those Prime members intending to shop on Prime Day, almost three-quarters plan to shop the electronics category (71% U.S., 72% U.K.); 58% of USA members (31% U.K.) plan to buy clothing; and 56% of US members (58% U.K.) plan to shop home goods.
The company says Amazon Prime Day 2019 will offer up Alexa products, SmartTV's and a slew of other tech products.
Amazon recently updated its Prime offering. SMBs generated $1.5 billion in sales during Prime Day past year.More news: Kohli salutes 'outstanding' Black Caps bowlers as India suffer World Cup exit
The online retailer has recently upgraded the features of Amazon Prime, expanding the range of items for which free next-day delivery is available to more than 10 million different products.
In response to Amazon's Prime Day, other retailers have begun to deliver promotional periods of their own.
American department store chain Nordstrom, for example, will be launching a two-week-long so-called "anniversary sale" beginning on July 19, it announced on June 24, with discounts planned for such brands as Topshop and Madewell. According to Bazaarvoice Network data, during Prime Day 2018, these same categories saw significant spikes in total order numbers: apparel and accessories, as well as kitchen appliances, both saw a 41% increase in orders, and smartwatches and wearables saw a 20% increase.
Overall, about 27 percent Prime day shoppers plan to spend between $51 and $100; 26 percent will buy less than $50 worth of goods.More news: McIlroy targets Scottish Open boost before turning attention to Portrush