An employee walks past a stack of empty boxes at the Jet.com Inc. fulfillment center on Cyber Monday in Kansas City, Kansas, U.S., on Monday, Nov. 30, 2015. Online sales on Cyber Monday may rise at least 18 percent from a year earlier, slower growth than during the holiday weekend, as consumers start their Internet shopping earlier, according to forecasts by International Business Machines Corp. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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By Alicia Adamczyk
July 21, 2016

If you missed out on Amazon’s massively popular Prime Day—where the e-retailer offers deals of varying value on thousands of products throughout the day—because of technical issues or because you forgot to mark the date on your calendar, don’t fret. You have over a week to pick up discounted household products and electronics via another whole sale site.

Jet.com is marking its one-year anniversary with a slew of deals over 11 days (from now until July 31). Today’s deal is 20% off of household products—ranging from toilet paper to detergent—if you order four or more. The deals last just a day; tomorrow the site is offering deals on baby products. Other categories include sporting goods, home and garden, groceries, and electronics.

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It’s a good tactic by Jet.com, which is likely hoping to convert shoppers by having them come back to the site day after day to see what the newest deals will be.

Jet.com proclaims to have the cheapest prices on the Internet. It differs from Amazon in that it doesn’t charge shoppers an annual fee, but offers free shipping on all orders over $35. (Of course, it also doesn’t offer Amazon Prime’s many other perks.)

As MONEY has reported, other retailers, such as Walmart and Best Buy, have tried to compete with Amazon by offering deals of their own on the online giant’s made-up shopping holiday.

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