The Amazon Treasure Truck has the best deals! Here’s how to get access

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Amazon is known for its plethora of deals. There are its Daily Deals, Warehouse Deals, the Amazon Outlet and more. However, the Amazon Treasure Truck is the No. 1 curated deal list you’ll want to access.

What is the Amazon Treasure Truck? It’s an ever-changing, curated list of amazing products at amazing prices. Essentially, a team at Amazon searches through new and trending products to find the very best stuff, and once they do, they text Treasure Truck subscribers with a limited-time offer (usually an awesome discount). The items range from gifts and home goods to electronics and collectibles. According to Amazon Treasure Truck’s FAQ page, it also likes to “wow customers with special experiences and fun surprises.”

Yes, the Amazon Treasure Truck will text you when there’s a good deal, so you’ll need to sign up to get on the list. You don’t have to be an Amazon Prime member, but that will help you get your items shipped faster.

To sign up for the text alerts, you can text “TRUCK” to 24193. If you want to cancel, simply respond with “STOP” at any point.

You won’t get a text every single day — only when the Amazon Treasure Truck has an important deal to share. However, when you do get a text, if it’s a product you want, you should shop fast. According to Amazon, the products tend to sell out quickly.

Prior to August 2020, the Amazon Treasure Truck was an actual truck that traveled around the U.S. as an item pickup destination. It offered samplings and gave back to the community by handing out lunch kits, masks and more. Right now, the actual truck is on pause, but Amazon says it plans to bring it back in the future.

For now, you can sign up for the text alerts and visit the Amazon Treasure Truck hub on Amazon, where you can see some of its recently shared products. It’s worth it if you love being the first to learn out about new items and shopping the best deals.

Take a look below at a few of the Amazon Treasure Truck’s recent picks.

1. Bose Sleepbuds II, $199 (Orig. $249)

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They may look like headphones, but the Bose Sleepbuds II don’t play any music or stream podcasts. They’re meant to help you fall asleep faster, so they deliver relaxing, noise-masking sounds instead.

2. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Earth Science Kit, $29.99

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If you have a young scientist in your household, this National Geographic kit includes more than 15 experiments, including building a volcano, growing a crystal, creating dueling water tornadoes and more.

3. Shark IQ Robot Vacuum AV970, $293.99 (Orig. $399.99)

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This Shark IQ Robot vacuum will clean your whole house while you watch TV, cook dinner, work out or whatever! This one also has a self-cleaning brushroll for removing long hair and pet hair, so those strands won’t get wrapped and stuck around it.

4. Hygge Games …I should have known that! Trivia Game, $20

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If you love trivia, this game provides 110 cards with 400 fun facts that you should know. For every answer you get wrong, points are subtracted from your total rather than added, because again, you should know all the answers, right?

5. Dash Safe Slice Mandoline Slicer, $49.99

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Slice foods quickly (and safely) with this Dash mandoline slicer. It comes in a few colors and offers over 30 slicing options.

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