When does Prime Day end? A check-in during the longest 48 hours ever.

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When does Prime Day end? A check-in during the longest 48 hours ever.

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Checking in to see how everyone is holding up through the longest Prime Day ever.
Checking in to see how everyone is holding up through the longest Prime Day ever.

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By Leah StodartMashable Deals

We’re more than halfway through the longest Prime Day ever, but we have miles to go before we sleep.

Prime Day 2019 kicked off at midnight PST (3 a.m. EST) on Monday, July 15, and is running a full 48 hours before the official end at 11:59 PST on Tuesday, July 16 (2:59 a.m. EST on July 17).

Things have been going well so far: There hasn’t been a 404 error disaster like last year (yet), and there have been great deals on the stuff we expected (Samsung’s The Frame TV) and stuff we didn’t expect (the Oculus Go headset). The wildest deal was an Echo Dot, Fire Stick, and Alexa voice remote bundle for $12 (even less if you had a Whole Foods discount), but it sold out almost immediately. Fingers crossed that Amazon has a second ridiculous deal waiting at some point during the second day of the event.

If you weren’t able to participate in shopping during the day, Prime Day will run through the night — so you can buy an iPad at 1 a.m. EST if you really have to. 

Here are a few of our favorite deals so far for anyone who needs a refresher:

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