At this point, Amazon Prime Day (or days) has become synonymous with some pretty solid savings on some pretty solid items. But buyer beware: It’s also when older, dated products are marked down to make room for newer versions, so you need to make sure that the markdown is good enough for that older version. And as Prime Day has become a national event, other retailers — especially Buy Buy Baby, Walmart, and Wayfair — are following suit and discounting products. In some cases, you’ll find products that are not available on Amazon or are marked down more substantially than for the OG Prime Day. Here are the standout alternative-Prime-Day deals from Walmart, Buy Buy Baby, Wayfair, and more. For even more savings, check out our prime day deals on toys, baby gear, kitchen accessories, Echos and Apple devices
Best Deals on Apple & Other Tech
Everything you want in an iPad, but in a smaller package. It's marked down today from $599.
These wireless AirPods with noise cancellation are marked down from $219 today at Walmart.
This Apple TV 4K brings the ease of use Cupertino is known for to your TV with plug and play simplicity that’s about $70 less than normal price.
Traveling this summer? Take these Pixel Buds with you and they’ll translate a foreign language into English right in your ear, in real time. And now they're $100 off.
A massive 55-inch screen with 4K resolution and QLED technology—plus Roku baked in—for $200 less than retail. Did we mention free two day shipping?
A TV that only looks good while you're watching Netflix is only half the fun. This Frame adds a splash of color to the otherwise black box on your wall even when you're not streaming, and the 55-inch model is on sale for $250 off.
Just in time for outdoor entertaining season, this Samsung's ultra-bright outdoor TV is designed to handle the elements so you won't have to baby it. And it's on sale for $700 off.
Best Baby Gear Deals
Normally $700, this compact and stylish stroller converts from a single to double stroller. The weight limit is 50 pounds. It has an adjustable safety harness with padded shoulder straps, a reversible seat with over 20 different configurations, and a height-adjustable handlebar.
This $450 stroller does not disappoint. It's great if you're brave enough to take your baby to a restaurant, because the seat aligns with typical table heights. The stroller itself has a one-hand full recline in forward- and parent-facing position; there's an adjustable leg rest and an adjustable handlebar; and of course, a one-hand compact fold to a self-standing position. The weight limit is 55 pounds.
Normally $500, this best-in-class travel system is what you need on hand if you plan on traveling this summer or beyond. You get the Maxi-Cosi Zelia stroller and the Mico 30 car seat; the car seat only weighs nine pounds and fits babies 5-30 pounds in rear-facing mode. The stroller has a 50 pound weight limit. It has a rear- and forward-facing seat, and the seat reclines into the lie-flat position for naps.
This $364.99 convertible car seat has 15 head and neck positions, and fits kids weighing up to 120 pounds.
Miku's newly updated $400 baby monitor tracks your infant without using wearables. And it streams real-time video and audio to your phone, plus keeps you abreast of the temperature in your nursery. It has a sensory-driven video capture feature that lets store unlimited photos and video on your phone.
Best Deals for Home
A lot of patio furniture looks nice while leaving much to be desired in the comfort category. Not so with this set, whose two chairs rock and turn and have plush cushions. It's also better-looking than most, and comes in gray or blue.
Most of us have an instant pot already, but for those who have been holding out, now's a good time to make the leap. This is marked down from its usual price of $99.
The Kamado Joe Jr. is a small-scale — 13.5-inch diameter — version of the beloved ceramic charcoal grill. Marked down from $500 today at Walmart.
Make outdoor living a little easier with an umbrella that covers the dining table without robbing leg space—or your wallet. The Chalone comes in three colors and usually runs about $190.
A handsome Adirondack chair made in plastic that will never rot or need maintenance? Take our money. And this one is nearly half off and comes in a mind-boggling 35 different color combinations.
Teak should be at the very top of your wishlist for outdoor furniture—it's heavy, requires little maintenance, and will weather to a nice silvery gray. And it's half off with free delivery.
If the pandemic has inspired you to handle making coffee in-house, this normally $1,000 espresso machine is everything you need to churn out cafe-style drinks whenever you want.
Every product on Fatherly is independently selected by our editors, writers, and experts. If you click a link on our site and buy something, we may earn an affiliate commission.