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Prime Day deals will soon be upon us, with the upcoming Prime Day 2021 date set for next week on June 21 and June 22. This will be the ideal time to snag a new projector at a great price, and some deals are already available now. If you’re looking to recreate the movie theater experience at home, these Prime Day projector deals will be the best way to do exactly that. Read on as we take a look at what Prime Day projector sales we expect to see, and debate whether Prime Day is the best time to buy a new projector.
Prime Day is always a great sales event for any tech with deep discounts often a common trend. We expect to see big price cuts on some popular brand names in the world of projectors including BenQ, Sony, LG, and more budget-friendly options like Yaber.
Prime Day projector sales are very likely to encompass a wide range of budgets so whether you’re looking for a budget projector for your garden or something more high-end for your home cinema room, there should be something here for you.
Last year, we saw a fairly varied selection of Prime Day projector deals. These included discounts on the budget-priced Apeman Mini projector, along with more substantial price cuts on the pricier ViewSonic and Epson range. BenQ and Sony projectors also featured as part of the Prime Day projector sales going on.
If you were looking for something high-end, 4K projectors saw some amazing price cuts with the likes of the LG HU80KA projector enjoying a $400 discount with $1,000 off selected Sony projectors too.
Prime Day is always a great sales event for big discounts on technology. We’re expecting that to remain the case this year. That means it’s a good time to buy a new projector if you’re currently in the market to upgrade your home theater setup.
It’s a smart move to research the best home theater projectors along with the best portable projectors and the best 4K projectors beforehand so you have a rough idea of what you’re looking for. Also, know your budget. Projectors can cost from $100 to thousands of dollars, so before diving into the Prime Day projector sales, it’s a good idea to know how much you can (or are willing to) spend.
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