The 88 Best Amazon Big Spring Sale Deals Still Available – CNET

Amazon’s first-ever Big Spring Sale is over, but many of the best deals are still running. So, if the official sale dates passed you by, you still have an opportunity to snag excellent deals on electronics, clothing, tools and home essentials — but these deals could expire at any moment. We’ve gathered our favorite deals still remaining from the sale below to give you the best chance of bagging a bargain. 

And if you’re not looking to spend big or you just have a few bucks left over in the budget, check out our roundup of the Big Spring Sale deals under $25 or the deals CNET readers enjoyed most from the sale. We’re also continuing to deliver the best deals directly to subscribers of our Cheapskate daily deals newsletter and texting service

Top Amazon Big Spring Sale deals still available

Buy one, get one free

Roku is our favorite smart TV interface thanks to its performance and affordability. You don’t have to shell out hundreds of dollars on a new TV to upgrade to the Roku platform. Right now, there are deals on select Roku media streaming devices that drop the cost as low as $20 for the Roku Express or $30 off the Roku Streambar, bringing the cost to only $100. 


Up to $100 off

Do you have spring DIY projects to complete? This sale on DeWalt drills, drivers, saws and more can help you get things shipshape for less. 


Apple deals from the Big Spring Sale


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Big Spring Sale TV deals


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Big Spring Sale fitness deals

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How long does the Amazon Big Spring Sale run?

Amazon’s inaugural Big Spring Sale ran from March 20 through March 25, meaning the sale is officially over for 2024. That being said, there are plenty of deals lingering after the event has closed so there’s still chance to score some savings.

What is Amazon’s Big Spring Sale?

Amazon has run smaller spring sales in the past but its latest iteration, the Big Spring Sale, was like a Prime Day lite with lots of deals launching simultaneously, across almost every product category, available for a limited time. Select new deals also launched daily, with a smattering of Lightning Deals na Prime-exclusive sales.

The six-day-long sale mainly focused on seasonal items like outdoor furniture, cleaning products and yard work essentials, along with discounts on tech, home and beauty products. Amazon’s own devices like Echo smart speakers and Fire TV Sticks also saw deep discounts. 

We don’t know if Amazon is testing the waters for another Prime Day-level sale in the first quarter of the year, following in the footsteps of the now-annual October Prime Day event, but the sale was a decent opportunity for shoppers to buy things they may have already been eyeing up without having to pay full price outside of the usual summer and fall sale seasons. Given Amazon has referred to this Big Spring Sale as the “first-ever,” it suggests that this event is likely to become an annual thing.

Do I need a Prime subscription to shop the Amazon Big Spring Sale?

No, unlike Prime Day-style events, the Amazon Big Spring Sale did not require a Prime subscription to get in on the deals, although there were some Prime-exclusive deals in the mix. There are plenty of other Prime membership perks like speedy delivery, so an active Prime account is always wise going into these sales, but it wasn’t essential for this one. 

What products are discounted during the Amazon Big Spring Sale?

There were thousands of limited-time deals during its Big Spring Sale with an emphasis on seasonal items. These included sales on outdoor furniture, fitness deals, yard tools and spring cleaning essentials, although there were plenty of tech deals to be had too. We saw some stellar headphone deals, TV sales and discounts on home security products to name a few. If the event returns in 2025, expect to see a similar spread of deals.

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