Best Amazon Prime Day Deals for TTAC Readers

TTAC Staff
by TTAC Staff

Don't Miss Out on These Amazon Prime Day Deals

best amazon prime day deals for ttac readers

Amazon’s highly-anticipated annual shopping event, Amazon Prime Day, is finally here. Amazon Prime Day starts today, July 11th, and runs through tomorrow, July 12th. Consider it an early version of Black Friday or Cyber Monday, or just a way to score a really good deal.

As always, this year’s Amazon Prime Day marks a chance to get amazing, killer deals on the things you need without leaving the comfort of your couch. Prep for the upcoming holidays — they’ll be here before you know it! — or simply treat yourself. Or take care of a summer project. Get out to your garage and get that old classic (or junker) running.

With more and more people now subscribing to Amazon Prime, you’ll want to be ready for Amazon Prime Day 2023 if you want to take advantage of some deals before they sell out. Here’s our guide to everything you need to know about this year’s Amazon Prime Day, including some of the best deals for car owners and/or enthusiasts. Check back often as we’ll be updating this page throughout Prime Day 2023 with more deals as they go live.

Chemical Guys 14-Piece Arsenal Builder Car Wash Kit

Get clean with this kit of automotive cleaning and detailing supplies! A clean car is a faster car, right?

Meguiar's Complete Car Care Kit

Here's another car-care kit for you -- from storied brand Meguiar's. Check it out as an alternative to Chemical Brothers -- or buy both and keep all your rides shiny and happy.

Meguiar's Professional MT300 DA Polisher

One last car-care product for y'all: If you really, really want to get your ride smooth and polished, this is the way to go.

Shynerk Baby Car Mirror

Keep an eye on your spawn with this mirror. Make sure they're settled in safely, not causing trouble, and not making a mess. OK, scratch that last one -- they will most definitely make a mess.

Clore Automotive Jump-N-Carry JNC660 1700 Peak Amp 12 Volt Jump Starter

We'll finish off this list -- for now, we may, of course, have updates coming soon -- with a portable jump starter. You could always use one of these, even when it's not cold out. Get boosted and get started with this!

When is Amazon Prime Day 2023?

Amazon Prime Day 2023 will start on Tuesday, July 11 and will run for 48 hours. Prime Day 2023 will give you the chance to shop from the comfort of home.

What Goes on Sale During Amazon Prime Day?

Every year, good deals are available exclusively to Amazon Prime members. In other words, a lot of products go on sale during Amazon Prime Day. Based on previous years, there are plenty of automotive items that will likely go on sale for Amazon Prime Day 2023. Expect handy accessories such as portable jump starters, power inverters, tire pressure gauges, and car seat organizers to see big discounts. Car detailing enthusiasts will want to stock up on their favorite car cleaning supplies during Prime Day, especially items such as microfiber towels or even an orbital buffer.

This year, expect to see plenty of automotive goods to go on sale. If you’ve been keeping an eye on certain tools or even aftermarket accessories, you might want to add them to your Amazon Wish List so you can easily see if there are deals once Prime Day goes live. TTAC's sibling site,, will also be showcasing some of the best automotive Prime Day deals, so keep an eye out on the site for updates on both sites as we get closer to the sale day.

What are the Benefits of Amazon Prime?

Not an Amazon Prime member? The good news is, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial for Prime, which means you can actually sign up and take advantage of Prime Day 2023 when it happens without forking over any extra cash. Now you may think that an Amazon Prime membership only means fast shipping, but there’s so much more. Two-day shipping is standard for all Prime members, while select cities also offer same-day delivery and one-day shipping.

In addition to getting your orders quickly, Prime members also get to take advantage of exclusive deals (30-minute early access to Lightning Deals) on Amazon, exclusive deals at Whole Foods Market, access to award-winning movies and TV shows through Amazon Prime Video, free games and loot with Twitch, and access to over two-million songs on Amazon Music without any ads.

Amazon Prime costs $14.99 a month, or $139 a year. You can also sign up for just Amazon Prime Video for $8.99 a month.

Students can save even more on Amazon Prime, with Prime Student costing $7.49 a month or $69 a year.

How do I Sign up for Amazon Prime?

Signing up for an Amazon Prime membership is really easy. You can simply click here to start your 30-day free trial to Amazon Prime. If you’re a student, make sure you click the student link to take advantage of a 6-month trial courtesy of Sprint. You will have to hand over your credit card information to sign up to Amazon Prime, even to access the 30-day trial. You can always cancel at anytime.

Is Amazon Prime Day Better than Black Friday or Cyber Monday?

It can be. Whether you find Amazon Prime Day better than Black Friday or Cyber Monday largely depends on the types of products you’re shopping for. Automotive products aren’t at the top of every retailer’s sales list for Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals—they’re not the greatest gifts after all—so Prime Day edges out the other shopping holidays in that respect. Because Amazon covers such a wide range of products, you’ll likely find some great deals on automotive goods during Prime Day that you may not come across on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

Besides, with Prime Day taking place in July, you’ll have plenty of time to save up again for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

From time to time, TTAC will highlight automotive products we think may be of interest to our community. Plus, posts like this help to keep the lights on around here. Learn more about how this works.

(Editor’s note: This post is meant to both help you be an informed shopper for automotive products but also to pay for our ‘90s sedan shopping habits operating expenses. Some of you don’t find these posts fun, but they help pay for Junkyard Finds, Rare Rides, Piston Slaps, and whatever else. Thanks for reading.)

[Main photo credit: Amazon. Product images provided by the manufacturer.]

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  • Sgeffe Sgeffe on Jul 12, 2022

    The cited car trim kit is already sold out. Not to worry, the other similar-looking kits shown in the Scamazon app are probably produced in the same sweatshop! In other news, I had no idea that an Autel ANYTHING could be had so cheaply—even the non-Prime price on the one shown here is $50 less than I would have guessed, and it’s probably somewhat more likely to work for a while versus the generic cr-p one might find on the shelf at AutoZone.

  • TheEndlessEnigma TheEndlessEnigma on Jul 11, 2023
    Nice commercial disguised as an article.
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  • Tassos screw the fat cat incompetents. Let them rot. No deal.
  • MaintenanceCosts I think if there's one thing we can be sure of given Toyota's recent decisions it's that the strongest version of the next Camry will be a hybrid. Sadly, the buttery V6 is toast.A Camry with the Highlander/Sienna PSD powertrain would be basically competitive in the sedan market, with the slow death of V6 and big-turbo options. But for whatever reason it seems like that powertrain is capacity challenged. Not sure why, as there's nothing exotic in it.A Camry with the Hybrid Max powertrain would be bonkers, easily the fastest thing in segment. It would likewise be easy to build; again, there's nothing exotic in the Hybrid Max powertrain. (And Hybrid Max products don't seem to be all that constrained, so far.)
  • Analoggrotto The readers of TTAC deserve better than a bunch of Kia shills posing as journalists.
  • Lou_BC How do they work covered in snow, ice, mud, dust and water? Vibration?