Amazon Prime Day 2020 is upon us! The 48-hour event begins tomorrow and runs until October 14th. Amazon promises up to one million deals on a big range of products sold by the e-commerce giant.
What is Prime Day?
Similar in nature to Black Friday, Prime Day is Amazon’s membership-only deal event that happens once a year. Amazon Prime Members receive significant discounts on a big range of items from Amazon devices, musical instruments, speakers, headphones, and much more.
If you’re not yet a Prime member, now’s the time to get signed up to take advantage of all the deals. In addition to free two-day shipping, you also get access to free music, movies, TV, and unlimited cloud storage. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial here.
Similarly, musical instrument retailer Sweetwater is running their own Prime Time sales event featuring tons of deals on drums and percussion.
The best Amazon Prime Day deals for drummers, percussionists, and musicians
Amazon has not yet revealed all details of their current deals yet, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back tomorrow and Wednesday.
It’s unfortunate that there aren’t more options for deals specifically for drummers and percussionists. I’ll be honest—the selection of musical instrument deals for Prime Day this year so far is not the greatest.
- Save on Evans EMAD2 Clear Bass Drum Head, 26” – Externally Mounted Adjustable Damping System Allows Player to Adjust Attack and Focus – 2 Foam Damping Rings for Sound Options – Versatile for All Music Genres and more
- 54% Off Gibraltar 4706 Double Braced Lightweight Snare Stand
- Save on Promark SRWHI Stick Rapp Drumstick Wrap, White and more
- Save on Sela Cajon (SE 069)
These deals are only available to Prime members and may only be available after a certain time.
If you didn’t find anything you liked over at Amazon, Sweetwater often runs promos alongside big brands like Amazon, so be sure to check out their Dealzone, as well (they’re my favorite retailer for drums and percussion, by far).
Check back next year, folks! Thanks for stopping by!
Featured image credit: Jason Cipriani