Ebay's Sale Rivals Prime Day 2019--All The Best Deals Available Now (US)

Time for a crash course.

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Amazon's Prime Day has begun and other retail giants aren't just letting it soak up all the sales. Ebay US has its own event to rival Amazon's, and it isn't being shy about the comparison. The "Ebay Crash Sale" has started up right alongside Prime Day--and the deals will get even better if Amazon happens to take a hit and crash during its big sale date.

Ebay states plainly that the sale is named after Amazon's tech troubles last year, and that additional deals will activate if the competition crashes. The Ebay advertisement promises deals on Apple, Samsung, Garmin, Dyson, and more. The company also promised additional discounts going up daily as part of its "Hot Deals for Hot Days" sale lasting through July 22. You can find the daily discounts on Ebay's Deals page.

Many of Ebay's sale items include free shipping and returns with no membership needed--another distinction it touts with Amazon Prime Day. We'll keep you posted as more deals go live during Prime Day, but you can already save big with some of Ebay's current deals, including:

"Ebay is primed to deliver exactly what shoppers want during this year's crash (sale)," said Ebay Americas COO Jay Hanson in a statement. "July has become a massive shopping season, and our summer sales include blockbuster deals that will not disappoint."

Of course, you can also partake in Amazon Prime Day deals, which are currently in full swing. And other retailers are stepping up their own efforts to compete with Amazon, including a GameStop Summer Sale and Target Deal Days.

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