Prime Day, Amazon’s annual two-day shopping event, is famous for offering major discounts across all categories—and that includes automotive accessories, garage gear, tools, and more for the car and truck enthusiast.
Prime Day 2023 takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 11-12. There is a slew of automotive products, tools, and car gear deals you can take advantage of right now.
We’ve listed our favorites below, along with some answers to FAQs about how car enthusiasts can secure Prime Day savings.
What Is Amazon Prime Day?
Prime Day is a huge annual sale across many product types and categories where you’re likely to find some of the site’s lowest prices all year. It’s definitely a great time to upgrade your garage and toolbox or to pick up those automotive accessories you’ve been pinning for. You’ll get major savings, and these deals won’t last.
How Long Does Prime Day Last?
Prime Day started as a one-day blowout sale but has grown into a two-day sale and a deal extravaganza. Some deals last the entire 48-hour duration of Prime Day, but the best ones are so-called Lightning Deals, with a set time limit before they expire—or sell out. And they often sell out.
Do I Need Amazon Prime to Access Prime Day Deals?
Yes, you need an Amazon Prime membership in order to get in on Prime Day savings. If you’re not already taking advantage of free shipping on Amazon purchases and perks like deals on Kindle and free Prime Video, here is where you can sign up to make sure you’re ready to shop on Prime Day. Hot tip: There’s a 30-day free trial that you can cancel after Prime Day, if you want.
How Much Does a Prime Membership Cost?
An Amazon Prime subscription costs $14.99 per month or $139 per year. But it also includes perks like fast and free two-day shipping, movies, TV shows, music, books and magazines. Students can even receive a discounted membership if they join Prime.
Deputy Commerce Editor
Jon Langston is an avid motorcyclist and gear collector whose work has appeared in Men’s Journal, Cycle World, The Drive, Rider, Iron & Air, Motorcyclist, and more.