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Amazon is a great resource to find deals, it’s a lot like finding the clearance rack at the store… you just need to know where it’s located! I’m going to share some of my top go-to places to find deals on Amazon. Some are directly on the Amazon page and others are through websites dedicated to Amazon savings.

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Saving with Susan on Facebook

Don’t care to do a lot of searching? Join Saving with Susan on Facebook to see daily deals directly in your newsfeed.

Amazon Daily Deals and Lightning Deals

These can get pretty tricky to search through, but Amazon is constantly providing Daily Deals and Lightning Deals on products. Daily deals last all day, but lightning deals are a limited time or until the available amount are sold! Bonus… as an Amazon Prime Member, you get 30 minutes early access to all the Lightning deals!

Amazon Outlet

Amazon outlet has many overstock products available at a discount – while supplies last. Go to the Amazon home page, click on “Today’s Deals” in the blue bar, then “Outlet” on the white bar to browse this section!

Amazon Warehouse

Amazon warehouse holds many quality used products that are offered at a great discount! Most of these items are returns someone decided they didn’t want which are then offered at a great discount. I’ve received items at a great discount because the product packaging was bent! Click on “Today’s Deals” in the blue bar, then “Warehouse Deals” in the white bar.

Amazon Coupons Page

You can search the coupons page to find available coupons to use. You can sort by category, by popular items, and more. There are specific coupons you can pair with subscribe & save or Prime Pantry items. Browse through these to take advantage of all the great offers.

Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card

What better way to save than get an Amazon Signature Visa card where you get 5% cashback on and Whole Foods purchases? Take advantage of the great cashback options but remember to use credit cards wisely. No amount of cashback is worth the interest rates on credit cards. Read more about Making Money with Credit Cards here.


This is a great place to find daily specials, they post some great deals daily at 8 am PST, and you have to be fast to get an individual code for one product that you want. If you request a code, make sure you use it, or you may become ineligible for future codes. Sign up for email reminders, and don’t forget to act fast. They have started a brand new Rebate program where you purchase an item then receive money back after your purchase is verified. I’ve gotten some amazing products for a very great price. The discounts can be up to 90-99% off! See below for some of the items I’ve purchased:


Rebaid is another rebate site for Amazon purchases. Rebates can be up to 100% of the price of the item! When you’re on the website, you look through the available items, choose one to purchase, verify your purchase and you will get the rebate. The rebates come in the form of a check, or for a $1 fee you can get a direct deposit into your checking account. Sign up today to start getting items at a great discount.

Zon Deals

This website is another great place for finding individual codes for Amazon products up to 90% off… and sometimes FREE! Sign up to get email reminders. And just like KeepMeClub, make sure you use the codes you request or it may hurt your chances of future codes!


Honey is a browser extension add on that searches for coupons as you shop to help you save money! It even helps to track the price of items on Amazon to know when a good time to make that purchase you’ve been eying.


This is an amazing website that tracks the prices of items on Amazon and alerts you when items drop in price. It’s much better than putting items in your cart and watching as this site will alert you when items are a “good deal” or “best price”. You can even sync your wish list and set email reminders for yourself. If you search an item it will even provide the price history as shown below (for an Amazon Fire TV Stick).

There are so many great options for finding deals and specials on Amazon. I hope this helps you navigate to find some great deals!!