After previewing 35 full days of mad Black Friday shopping, Amazon kicked off the “Turkey 5” deal bonanza with a sweet discount on a high-end VR bundle, quickly spreading the love to smartphone and wearable enthusiasts, then offering a sneak peek at “more than 75,000” marked-down products during the week of Cyber Monday.

Confused much? It’s probably best to live in the moment, and don’t hesitate to pull the trigger on an Amazon.com bargain whenever you can get it, not thinking about what might or might not be around the corner.

Especially today, when an unlocked modular Moto Z phone, complete with 64GB internal storage and a US warranty, costs $499.99 instead of $699.99. Outside of Verizon-locked and select Moto Mod bundle promotions, this is most definitely the 5.5-incher’s lowest price yet, unlikely to go any lower in the near future.

The same pretty much goes for a number of intelligent Garmin and Fitbit wearable devices, including the $45 Vivofit 2 ($25 off), $160 Forerunner 225 (30 percent or so off), $60 Flex 2, $77 Charge HR, $85 Alta, and $128 Blaze. Then there’s the 16GB Moto G4 Plus (non-Prime-exclusive), available for $200 after a limited-time $50 trim, $179 Asus ZenFone 3 Laser (20 bucks off), and of course, a bunch of lightning deals coming “as often as every five minutes” all week long.

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