5 ways to save even more money at Amazon for Black Friday

As Black Friday draws closer, we need to start planning on how to take advantage of the very best sales. Today, the team at TechBargains has compiled five excellent tips that can save you some serious cash when you're doing your online holiday shopping.

1. New Members can Save $20 on Amazon Prime - Now $79 (Friday Only!)

Starting on Friday 12AM Amazon is offering a rare once-a-year discount on Amazon Prime. This is the only way we've found to save on a Prime subscription and will last 1 day only, so you should act fast if you don't miss out on this incredible bargain. Not only does it offer free two-day shipping on most items, you'll also benefit from a huge video streaming library, tons of music, and unlimited online storage for your photos.

2. Get a $10 Bonus Gift Card when you buy a $50 Amazon Gift Card

If you plan on spending at least $50 on Amazon, this is effectively free money. Alternately, you can get a $5 bonus credit when you reload a $100 gift card. Whether you're buying this for yourself, or you plan on giving the gift cards to friends and family, this is a superb value.

3. Get an Amazon Echo – Use Alexa for Exclusive Offers, Get a Bonus $5 Gift Card on Your First Order

If you don't already have an Amazon Echo, you can grab a refurbished one at an affordable price. And once you have an Echo in your home, you can use the Alexa assistant to help with your holiday shopping. Amazon is offering exclusive bargains through Alexa, and you'll even get a $5 bonus with your first purchase.

4. Download the Amazon Assistant

Want an easy way to compare prices across the web to the prices at Amazon? The Amazon Assistant just sits in your browser, and lets you see if Amazon has a better deal when you're shopping on other sites. If you're out to save money and time this season, this is in an invaluable tool.

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