You don’t buy big-ticket items often, but Prime Day presents the perfect opportunity to do so — if you’re in the market for a product that’s typically over $150. With that parameter in mind, we’ve rounded up the top big ticket items you should be shopping on Prime Day to get the biggest savings you can this year.

Editor’s Note: We’ll be updating this post constantly as we find more deals, so make sure to check back later for additional selections.


30% Off All-Clad Stainless Steel Pots and Pans

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All-Clad pots and pans are regarded as the best in the business. During Prime Day, a few All-Clad sets are discounted by 30 percent. Prices for each item match all-time lows on Amazon.

Yeti Coolers Are Cheaper Than Ever

Discounts on Yeti products don’t come often. And today there’s never been a better time to give a Yeti cooler a try than Amazon’s Prime Day, where you can save over $100 on the hard-sided and soft-sided coolers that made the brand famous.

Save $350 on a Home-Rowing Machine

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A rowing machine is a calorie-torching machine, and you can pick one up today thanks to Amazon Prime Day for over $350 off.

$40 off the Best Soundbar Most People Should Buy

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The Sonos Beam is probably the soundbar that most people should buy. For Amazon Prime Day, the normally $399 soundbar can be purchased for $359 — that’s $40 off. The kicker is that this deal gets you an extra $100 in Amazon gift cards, which is pretty sweet.

(Please note: if you select the “Beam Only,” which comes without the free $100 in gift cards, then the soundbar will cost the full MSRP of $399)

$100 off the Best Coffee Maker You Can Buy Right Now

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If your Prime Day mission is to hunt down the best deal on a coffee pot, this is it. Breville’s Precision Brewer, our pick for the best overall coffee maker, is the most advanced consumer-level coffee maker money can buy.

Take $178 Off This Seiko Dive Watch Right Now

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If mechanical watches aren’t your thing, then this PADI special edition could be your water watch this summer.

Save $100 on a Great Gimbal For Your DSLR

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Released in 2018, the DJI Ronin-S was the company’s first gimbal stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless cameras — and it’s been a big hit for many professional and burgeoning amateur photographers. In a rare deal, the DJI Ronin-S is $100 for Amazon Prime Day.

Save Over $200 On Seiko’s Popular Samurai Dive Watch

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Already affordable and respected for its bang-for-buck, the Seiko Samurai is even more tempting at half-off its retail price. At just $262 for with a Japanese automatic movement inside, it’s an absolute steal.

A Great Deal on Sony’s Best Noise-Canceling Headphones

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Sony released the WH-1000XM3 this past fall and they’re better than the Sony WH1000XM2 in every way. They sound better. They’re better at noise-cancellation. They have modern perks, like USB-C charging. And right now, you can nab them for under $300.

$840 off These Great Guitars

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During Prime Day, you can save up to $840 on a range of well-made guitars from Manhattan-based brand D’Angelico. Choose from semi-hollowbody, solid body and acoustic models at entry-level and professional prices. D’Angelico’s iconic guitars start at just $535 today — 30 percent is taken off of the list price at checkout.

2019’s Best New Noise-Canceling Headphones

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The Jabra Elite 85h are the company’s newest noise-canceling over-ear headphones; released a few months ago, they’re direct competitors to the Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) and the Sony WH-1000M3. If you’re in the market for over-ear noise-canceling headphones and you want a good deal, Amazon is selling the Jabra Elite 85h for $250 right now.

A Steal on Thule’s Rooftop Kayak for Your Car

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Right now, Thule’s Hull-a-Port Pro Rooftop Kayak Carrier is marked down by 20 percent on Amazon, bring it down to $166 before taxes.

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