Good news, deal hunters: eBay) today kicked off a summer sale with discounts on everything from Tv’s and action cameras to gaming gear, wearable computing devices, smart home gadgets and more.
EBay has more than 100 products with discount up to $119 today, including: 32-inch TCL Roku Smart LED HDTV (48 percent), GoPro Hero5 Session (40% off), Fitbit Blaze smart fitness watch (40% off), Bose Soundlink Mini II Bluetooth speaker (40% discount) and the Garmin Vivioactive HR GPS smartwatch (52 percent). To further sweeten the deal, eBay is offering free shipping on all discounted items.
The sale comes a week before Amazon Prime Day, the official kick-off of July 16, noon PT. While Prime Day offers are only available to Prime subscribers, the eBay discounts are available for everyone—no membership required.
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EBay promised to offer “massive discounts on hundreds of the best items, as well as coupon offers of this week.” The company is planning to hold “one-day-only sales in the main categories” tomorrow and Wednesday from 5 a.m. to 11 a.m. PDT, so stay tuned.
Some of the other tech deals that you can expect to find on eBay this week are: 60% discount on Black & Decker’s PET Lithium-Robot-Vacuum cleaner, 38 percent from Nest-Cam IQ, and a 20 percent discount on Xbox One S 1TB starter bundle.
Meanwhile, eBay at the end of last month introduced a Best Price Guarantee program with 110 percent of the difference in price on more than 100,000 eligible articles. If you buy something on the site then find the same product for a better price on a Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, HomeDepot.com, Jet.com, Sears.com, Target.com, Walmart.com or Wayfair.com you should contact with eBay Customer Service within 48 hours of your purchase. If the item qualifies, eBay will send you a coupon for 110% of the difference.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.