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Amazon Prime Day’s Lightning Deals are aptly named — they’re available for a limited time and have limited stock. Once the timer ends or the deal is 100% claimed, you’ll have to add yourself to the waitlist in case more items become available — we’ve seen it happen.
Amazon Prime Day 2021 is slated to last June 21 through 22. Before then, we’ve answered some common questions about Lightning Deals. When the deal holiday rolls around, we’ll highlight the best ones available too.
What is an Amazon Lightning Deal?
Lightning deals are short-lived, limited-stock deals from Amazon. Not only are these deals set on a timer (usually anywhere from two to six hours), but they also end after they’ve been 100% claimed. If you manage to add one to cart, a timer starts during which you must check out, or lose the deal.
If the item runs out of stock before you can snag one, there’s still hope. You can hop on a waitlist afterward to snag the discount in case any shoppers change their minds, though it’s not guaranteed you’ll get one.
How to ‘watch’ a Lightning Deal
To stay on top of deal availability, you can visit the Upcoming Deals section on your desktop or in the free Amazon app (iOS, Android) to view all deals 24 hours before they go live.
Click “Watch this Deal” and you’ll receive push notifications on your phone when a deal is starting. This will be the best way to ensure you successfully grab a deal during the frenzy that is Amazon Prime Day.
What happens if the deal I want is 100% claimed?
The deals can get snatched up pretty quickly, but …read more
Source:: Business Insider