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Are you anti-Prime Day? We get it. We're not sure if the guy who just decided to schedule a casual trip to space on a total whim really needs any more money at this point either. Unfortunately, though, regardless of your feelings toward Amazon, Prime Day still offers some undeniably great savings. It can be tempting to break with your ideals to pick up a TV for that seemingly unbeatable price, but if you're here, that probably means that you stayed strong. If you're feeling some FOMO because of the Prime Day sales, though, here are some items you can pick up at similarly great discounts, and not a single one is from Amazon.
If you're in the market for some new tires, Tire Rack has some great deals going on not only through Prime Day, but even for a bit afterward. You can save on Goodyear tires, Firestone, Pirelli and more. Click through to see all the available tire deals.
This Lego Creator Sunset Track Racer is a 221 piece set designed for builders ages 7 and up. It’s a 3-in-1 set so you can build and rebuild 3 models. There is the Sunset Track Racer, an open-top Classic Race Car, or a powerful Lego Speed Boat!
The Lego City Great Vehicles Diving Yacht is a 148-piece set designed for builders ages 5 and up. It comes with 2 Lego City diver minifigures, plus sawfish and crab figures. The diving yacht (3” x 1” x 1”) has a removable roof, turning searchlight, buoy, opening treasure chest and a sea floor scene.
This previous-gen Apple TV boasts 4K playback and at 41% off it’s a no-brainer for those of you who have their media library inside the Apple ecosystem.
The Segway Ninebot E12 is designed for big kids ages 8-years-old and up. It is a lightweight and foldable scooter, which makes it easy to transport and store. It's perfect for cruising around the neighborhood or commuting to school. It also has a top speed of 11.2 mph and up to 4 hours of battery life per charge.
A 75-inch TV for under $1000 is a tough deal to ignore. If you’re in the market for an absolutely giant TV this Sony Bravia from Walmart is worth taking a look at.
This 12-volt battery powered ride-on is sure to be tons of fun with its 360-degree spinning abilities. It’s designed for kids ages 8 and up and can accommodate up to 150 pounds. The Green Machine Vortex has a top speed of 8 mph and a fully charged battery is good for 30 minutes of continuous ride time.
If you love Mario Kart and Hot Wheels then this is the track for you. It’s a set with twin loops for side-by-side racing and there is even a Bowser figure strategically placed to stop racers in their tracks. This set comes with a die-cast Yoshi kart racer but other Hot Wheels Mario Kart racers are sold separately.
This stunt RC car can do 360-degree flips, spins, and tricks with it’s compact size and oversized tires. It's great for indoor or outdoor use and the bright LED lights mean you can drive it at night or in the dark. The durable design makes it great for kids ages 6 years old and up. It's operated with a wireless remote control that uses four AAA batteries and one 9-volt battery, none of which are included with the RC car.
This set of 2 RC cars is great for kids ages 6 or older. These monster RC trucks have a top speed of 5 miles per hour and a total run time of 15 minutes. To operate, you need 3 AA batteries for each RC truck and 2 AA batteries for each transmitter. The batteries are, unfortunately, not included.
This chopper is advertised as “unbreakable,” but we bet someone could find its limits. The RC helicopter is made of plastic and metal and weighs in at just 2 pounds. It’s 7.5 inches tall, 13 inches wide and has a depth of 15 inches. It's designed for kids ages 14 and up and you’ll need 6 AAA batteries (not included) and 1 non-universal lithium-ion battery (included) to fly.
The car that started a dynasty: the first-gen BMW M3. Made from 1985-1991, this car is iconic. This specific example, a 1988 model with only 27,000 miles on the odometer, is about as close to buying a "new" first-gen M3 as you can get. Thankfully you won't have to worry about a price tag, because this M3, worth around $100,000, is being given away.