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Best Prime Day luggage deals 2020: What to expect

This year may have been light for you in terms of trips, but once restrictions open up, and it’s safe to travel again, the pent-up desire to wander will burst in the mad rush to explore near and far. If you need new luggage, you’ll score better cheap luggage deals if you buy when the demand is low, like now. Rumor has it that Prime Day 2020 and the best time to shop for Prime Day deals will fall in early October. Travel restrictions to many countries will still be in place, so this may be the best year ever for Prime Day luggage deals.

Today’s best Prime Day luggage deals

So, you’re right, it’s not Prime Day yet, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t many fantastic offers available right now. Check below for a curated list of some of the best deals in a variety of luggage types and price ranges.

  • Travelpro Crew Versapack Tote Bag$62, was $110
  • Samsonite Bottom Wheeled Rolling Duffel Bag$71, was $80
  • American Tourister Belle Voyage 28-In. Luggage$105, was $160
  • Dakine 110L Split-Level Luggage Bag$146, was $220
  • Samsonite S’Cure 30-Inch Luggage$243, was $270
  • DELSEY Paris 25-inch$97, was $180
  • Rockland Softside Upright 2-Piece Luggage Set$40, was $80

If you see the perfect luggage deal among the above list, realize that while these aren’t Prime Day deals, but they’re the best out there now. Plus, there’s no guarantee these same deals or even these products will be available when Prime Day hits.

Travelpro Maxlite 5 Compact Carry-On Bag

$114 $130
Expires soon
The Travelpro Maxlite 5 is a hybrid carry-on that can double as a luggage bag, designed to fit under your seat while storing all your valuables, including a laptop sleeve and toiletries organizer.

Pelican Air 1535 Carry-On Case

$319 $333
Expires soon
Boasting a crush- and water-proof hardcase exterior, the Pelican Air 1535 travel case is perfect for storing all your essentials during off-road expeditions. It also has several pockets for storage.

Samsonite S'Cure 30-Inch Luggage

$190 $270
Expires soon
With four wheels, an immense amount of space, and a TSA lock, the 30-inch Samsonite S'Cure can safely store a wardrobe's worth of clothes for those prolonged trips.

Samsonite eTude 30-Inch Luggage

$183 $320
Expires soon
The 30-inch Samsonite eTude luggage boasts an industrial-strength exterior, with four multidirectional wheels, and a TSA-approved lock to ensure your belongings are always protected.

Osprey Porter 65 Travel Backpack

$120 $160
Expires soon
Featuring a zip away shoulder harness and hip belt, zippered top pocket, large panel zippered access to main compartment and front panel padded organization pocket both with lockable zippers.

Stephen Joseph Classic Rolling Luggage

$29 $48
Expires soon
This kid's carry-on features multiple pockets and plenty of space to pack and has wheels for easy traveling.

London Fog Newcastle 4-Piece Luggage Set

$355 $490
Expires soon
Enjoy a world-class experience with the London Fog Newcastle luggage set, equipped with 17-, 20-, 24-, and 28-inch bags with neatly divided spaces for efficient storing and amazing travel style.

Travelpro Crew Versapack Tote Bag

$64 $110
Expires soon
The Travelpro Crew Versapack is the perfect travel companion, packed with an immense amount of space while also keeping all your belongings safe and organized.

American Tourister Lynnwood 1-Inch Underseat Spinner Carry-On

$40 $85
Expires soon
This carry-on bag has a bail style top carry handle, front flap pocket, smooth rolling spinner wheels and fits in most airline overhead compartments and under the seats.

Travelpro Platinum Elite 25-Inch Luggage

$204 $370
Expires soon
Neither too big nor too small, the 25-inch Travelpro Platinum Elite luggage can expand to provide an additional two inches, with damage-resistant fabric, and an innovative storage system for clothing.

Dakine 110L Split-Level Luggage Bag

$151 $220
Expires soon
The Dakine split-level luggage bag is designed with a collapsible brace at the base to provide a solid foundation. It also comes with a plethora of neat sockets, pockets, and compartments.

London Fog Kensington II 4-Piece Luggage Set

$464 $580
Expires soon
Travel in pure style with the four-piece London Fog Kensington II spinner luggage set, with a luxurious and sizeable interior, as well as a durable exterior that gives you your money's worth.

Rockland Journey 4-Piece Luggage Set

$100 $240
Expires soon
The Rockland Journey 4-piece set is designed to last, with each bag being expandable for greater storage capacity. Be ready with every luggage size you would ever need already on-hand.

Rockland Berlin 3-Piece Luggage Set

$110 $150
Expires soon
With 20-, 24-, and 28-inch spinner bags, the three-piece Rockland Berlin luggage set is great for vacations that demand a bare minimum amount of clothes, keeping them safe with its hardside exterior.

Samsonite Winfield 28-Inch Luggage

$107 $230
Expires soon
Maximize your travels with the 28-inch Samsonite Winfield luggage, boasting a stylish chassis with four multidirectional wheels and a TSA-approved lock.

American Tourister Fieldbrook XLT Softside Upright 3-Piece Luggage Set

$77 $120
Expires soon
This 3 piece set features a boarding bag and two upright suitcases.

American Tourister Belle Voyage 28-In. Luggage

$124 $160
Expires soon
Travel in style with the 28-inch American Tourister Belle Voyage luggage bag. Its wheels are designed for seamless mobility, with several compartments for all your essentials.

Kenneth Cole Reaction 2-Piece Luggage Set

$145 $150
Expires soon
This two-piece set from Kenneth Cole includes a 20-inch carry-on and a 28-inch luggage, capable of expanding to provide more space with smooth multidirectional wheels for easy traveling.

Mojo Licensing Emoji Kids 18-Inch Carry-On Luggage

$70 $140
Expires soon
Kids will love packing their own stuff in this carry-on with telescoping handle, inline wheels, cross straps, and dual compartments. Stickers included.

Briggs & Riley Baseline 31-Inch Luggage

$550 $789
Expires soon
The 31-inch Briggs & Riley Baseline luggage is exceptional at storing a plethora of clothes, capable of expanding and compressing for optimal storage with a garment suiter to prevent wrinkles.

When are the best Prime Day luggage deals?

The quick answer to the question about when the best Prime Day Luggage Deals will fall is during the Prime Day sales. However, Amazon has shown a consistent practice of offering great deals leading up to Prime Day to (ahem) prime shoppers for the big event.

During the lead-in, however, if a deal lights up your panel, go for it. We’ve seen great deals on products in past years that didn’t last until Prime Day, so you can’t count on that gotta-have piece of luggage will be on sale or even available during Prime Day. Besides, if you buy ahead of the event and you see the same product cheaper, you can return the original purchase later and still score the better deal.

What Prime Day luggage deals to expect

Without any inside information on Prime Day 2020 deals and discounts, we can look at pricing patterns from previous Prime Day and other sales events to give you a general idea of what to expect. Amazon discounts various luggage brands and price points within the brands within a wide range, from no discount at all to 67% or more.

We took a look at representative luggage pieces from several brands and found that, during Prime Day 2019, for example, most luggage that was on sale — remember that not every product is included — was discounted between 45% and 55%. Samsonite, DaKine, Eagle Creek, and American Tourister brands, for example, fell into those discount ranges during Prime Day 2019 for the products we checked. Travel Pro’s discounts were closer to 20% to 25% off, and London Fog discounted some products by only 10%-15% and others by as much as 67%.

London Fog’s discount range during last year’s Prime Day sale brings up another possibility — older products. Amazon and brand manufacturers often use significant sales events to sell off older products, often with the most significant discounts. Many products, like luggage, don’t have model years, so an older model still performs like the newer editions, so if you see a crazy-low price, you might have a chance at Prime Day bragging rights for looking at the right screen at the right time.

Amazon also runs flash or lightning sales with limited times for extra discounts on specific products. Time is of the essence with limited-time sales, so it’s not a time to do a lot of research. Also, because sales with visible run-down clocks tend to build excitement, it’s possible some deals that show up won’t be all that unusual, which underscores the importance of doing your research ahead of time.

How to choose new luggage

Here are some main points to consider while you’re researching luggage ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2020. The tighter you define your needs and wants, even down to brand, model, color, and size, the more empowered you’ll be during this or any other sales event. We won’t mention price, because luggage is available in extreme price ranges – and the prices generally reflect overall materials and build quality and durability. So, know your price range, and consider these points:


The reason you buy and the actual use you’ll put luggage to is likely the most significant determinant of overall quality and price. If you’re looking for a bag to schlep around from coffee shop, to work, and for weekend trips, you don’t need to get too fancy. Special purpose luggage for frequent air travels, urban e-scooter commuting, and long term cruises may not sell in as high quantities as more general-purpose pieces or luggage sets. It might cost a bit more, but purpose-built luggage can make a big difference in carrying comfort and convenience.


Buying luggage that’s too small or, more frequently, too large for the way you’ll use it most of the time is an easy mistake. If you have vague plans for a multi-month trip and want to be sure you buy sufficiently large luggage, consider what it will be like trying to get on a short flight where you’d prefer to carry on your luggage but can’t or how awkward it could be to transport a huge bag everywhere you go. If you must buy luggage for that someday-in-the-future trip, try to save some funds for an everyday bag.

Ruggedness and durability

Quality luggage is built to withstand careless handling, whether by owners or attendants with various transportation modes. Assess the material (see below), the seams, the stitching (if there is any), and even the hardware. If you don’t know if you can assess luggage durability, look for user reviews before you buy.

Material and style

If your luggage is a fashion statement, then style, material, design, color, and so forth are personal choices. If you want to be sure a bag is waterproof, won’t show minor dirt or scratches, and will hold up over time, however, the material matters. Look for manufacturer statements about water resistance, material that shrugs off dust and grime, or, with hard surface luggage, scratch-resistance. Thick leather luggage often looks better with age and use; other materials look old and worn out, so pay attention to the material.


Luggage security includes the ability to lock and protect bags from thieves, but the security also refers to protecting contents during travel. For example, if you’ll carry electronic devices, dedicated padded compartments can save you the cost of replacing damage that results from rough handling. Separate compartments for different types of contents can be convenient but also protective. Makeup or other personal products with loose tops,  leaky water bottles, used gym clothes, and yesterday’s socks and underwear can make you regret your luggage doesn’t have a way to keep things separate.

Should I shop on Prime Day or wait until Black Friday?

If you want to stock up on your luggage needs for when travel is safe again, it’s better to get shopping during Prime Day. Black Friday is placed only a month apart from Prime Day this year which means that if a bag you had your eye on sells out, you might not see a restock in time for Black Friday or Cyber Monday. You’ll also be competing with more buyers on Black Friday so there’s a strong chance you miss the deal you want or the heavy demand increases shipping delays. We also don’t predict discounts being bigger on Black Friday, so don’t worry about that. Get shopping with these Prime Day luggage deals early and prep for your next big trip with your family.

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