Amazon (AMZN) will hold its highly anticipated annual Prime Day sale on Tuesday and Wednesday, giving its members the chance to save big on coveted products that have been possibly sitting in their carts.

To take advantage of the sale, shoppers need to be Prime subscribers. Amazon offers a 30-day free trial of Prime, which can be accessed on its website.

A Prime membership costs $14.99 a month or $139 a year and comes with the benefit of free two-day shipping on millions of items, among other perks. Customers will need an Amazon account before they can sign up for Prime.

Prime Day 2022 will roll out the savings starting at 3 a.m. ET on Tuesday. The two-day sale promises tons of discounts, including savings on TVs, laptops, Amazon devices, and more.

But Amazon isn’t the only retailer holding a sale this week. Its retail rivals have come in force to compete against the e-commerce giant with sales of their own.

Target has already started its rival Prime sale with three days of savings planned for consumers. Its Deal Days sale offers discounts on small kitchen appliances, Apple products, vacuums, headphones, laptops, TVs, and more.

All clothing at Target is 50% off, while tech devices and toys are up to 50% off. The retailer is also offering up to 40% off kitchen items, up to 35% off floor care products, and up to 40% off furniture.

Other merchandise on sale includes outdoor furniture, beauty and personal care products, and 5% off Target gift cards (with Target Circle) and 15% off select specialty gift cards (online only).

Best Buy is also holding a savings event that will rival Prime with discounts on tech and home products through its Black Friday in July sale.

The sale runs through Wednesday and includes discounts on laptops, TVs, headphones, smartphones, and other tech devices, as well as deals on grills, small kitchen appliances, exercise equipment, and more.

Best Buy Totaltech members will receive access to the sale through Sunday. A Totaltech membership costs $199.99 a year and includes 60-day returns on most items, two-day free shipping, and 24/7 GeekSquad tech support, among other benefits.

Retail heavyweight Walmart is also having a sale with a slew of Rollbacks that have dropped the price on tech products, home merchandise, kitchen appliances, clothing and accessories, toys, school supplies, home improvement items, as well as other department categories.

Walmart is also offering Flash Picks with up to 65% off top online-only finds.

As of Monday at 1:37 p.m. ET, shares of Amazon were trading at $113.23, down $2.31, or 2%.

The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru, India, April 20, 2018.
The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru, India, April 20, 2018. Reuters / Abhishek Chinnappa