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Compare deals from other companies to Amazon’s ‘Prime Day’

Tuesday is the first day of Prime Day, but Amazon isn’t the only company offering deals. Target, Walmart and Best Buy are also competing for your dollars by offering deals of their own.

WINK News Consumer Reporter Allison Gormly is checking out all the deals for you and comparing the prices.

Retailers are trying to get you in the spending spirit by ramping up deals and slashing prices on everything from electronics to toys.

If you’re already a Prime member, the best deals on amazon are on amazon products. The Ring doorbell is on sale for $70. and the Amazon Echo Dot is currently retailing for less than $20.

For one dollar, Prime Members can try Amazon Music unlimited for four months, bring the one-year membership to $65. Spotify’s membership is $120.

If you’re hunting for Airpods as a gift or for yourself, Amazon and Walmart are both selling them for $115. Target and Best Buy have them priced at $130.

Someone in the market for a 70-inch Samsung television will pay $530 at Best Buy and $600 at Target, but they have different models. Walmart is offering a 65inch for $528. Amazon’s best tv prices are at 55 inches and smaller.

For parents that are eyeing Hotwheels for their kids, the ‘Colossal Crash’ set is $50 at Best Buy and Amazon, and it’s $54 at Walmart. Target carries a Mario Kart version that is retailing for $60.

For quick price comparisons, copy and paste mode numbers into the website’s search engine.

Reporter:Allison Gormly
Writer:Drew Hill
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