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Best Early Golf Gear, Exercise Bike, Treadmill, Nike & Adidas Savings Rated by Deal Tomato

The best early Prime Day golf, sports & fitness deals for 2020, featuring all the top Nike & adidas sportswear, upright exercise bike, treadmill, strength training equipment & golf equipment & accessory deals

Here’s a summary of the latest early sports & fitness equipment & apparel deals for Amazon Prime Day, including all the best savings on golf club sets & apparel, treadmills, exercise bikes, power racks & adidas & Nike products. Shop the latest deals in the list below.

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Significant discounts on golf clubs & equipment, golf balls & tees, adidas & Nike men’s & women’s apparel, treadmills, exercise bikes & more are usually available on Amazon Prime Day. For the fitness enthusiasts, Amazon offers a wide selection of equipment and apparel. There are a lot of exercise equipment to choose from – exercise bikes, treadmills, squat racks, benches and more. You don’t have to look anywhere else as Amazon offers any and all fitness products that you need to stay in shape while at home, especially in these times of quarantine and limited gym access.

Staying fit while working at home can be hard, as you need to balance your time with work, family and fitness or sports. To remedy that, you may want to consider exercise equipment such as bikes with adjustable desks, like the Exerpeutic ExerWorK 1000, so that you can still perform light workouts while doing your work.

Amazon also has a wide range of products for sports fans and enthusiasts. Golf apparel from brands such as Nike and Adidas are always popular. Meanwhile, golf equipment such as Garmin watches and GPS devices allow you to take your game to the next level.

Amazon’s own products, such as the Echo Dot smart speaker and Fire TV Stick streaming media player, were among the most popular items purchased during Prime Day 2019.

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Renew the Savings Clause: protect water supply

COVD-19 still wreaks havoc in Florida, but South Floridians are engaged in a battle for our health and safety on another front — water scarcity. While most residents do not worry about their water supply as long as they get water when they turn on their tap, it is not guaranteed. On Thursday, Sept. 24, a subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment held a Congressional hearing in Washington, D.C. on the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) and water management in Florida. The hearing was held as lawmakers are considering the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA).

U.S Rep. Brian Mast wants to pass legislation in the WRDA that would drastically alter Lake Okeechobee’s regulation schedule in an attempt to curb toxic algae blooms in our coastal estuaries. Mast’s proposal would direct the Army Corps of Engineers to drain Lake Okeechobee’s crucial water supply to unprecedented low depths during the dry season. This would be a major departure from the Savings Clause, the provision in the WRDA that has safeguarded South Florida’s water supply for 20 years.

The continued debate surrounding the management of our water and its impact on our health and safety is important to all of us. As these crucial conversations happen remotely from Washington, D.C., Tallahassee and our regional water management district, it is important to find solutions to environmental problems that benefit all citizens and communities, not just the one with the loudest political voice.

Originally enacted in 2000, CERP remains the primary vehicle for guaranteeing that our state’s greatest natural treasure remains viable for generations to come. CERP’s implementation was approved by the passage of federal legislation known as the Water Resources Development Act. This legislation was significant for a number of reasons. First, it provided baseline protections to South Florida’s water supply. Lawmakers in 2000 recognized the needs of water users in the area — most critically the more than 6 million residents in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Second, the passage of WRDA put politics aside and showed that it’s possible to do two big things at once — restore the Everglades while meeting all of the water-related needs of the region, including water supply and flood control.

Unfortunately, politics has disrupted both sensibility and science in 2020. Instead of uniting to do big things, it has left us divided on how to create a safer environmental future. But now is the worst possible time to ignore sound water management practices. Water is more essential than ever, not only for everyday living but for life-saving hygiene. It’s necessary for our recovering businesses and the viability of our drinking water supply.

Politicians like Brian Mast are good at creating simplified talking points to address complex issues, but they fail to understand larger consequences beyond the boundaries of their own districts. Mast has loudly proclaimed that water-users permit rights should end when they infringe on the health and safety of others. That sounds reasonable but is simply untrue and not supported by science.

Prescription Savings Apps Help Medicine Go Down

There’s no field of commercial medicine that’s been more impacted by the digital shift than … medicine itself. Proliferation of Rx savings apps shows a consumer belief in better living through smartphones, starting with the controversial price of the prescription drugs.

PYMNTS inaugural Provider Ranking of Prescription Apps gives the lay of the land as we enter Q4 2020 dealing with a plague, a recession and a contentious election simultaneously. Might as well watch the skies for flaming asteroids too at this point. But at least prescriptions will cost less.

The Top 5

Topping the charts at No. 1 is GoodRx, the telemedicine drug price tracker that went public in September. At No. 2 is RxSaver from RetailMeNot, with No. 3 ranked app SingleCare working directly with pharmacies on discounts. No. 4 on the inaugural Provider Ranking of Prescription Apps is OptumRx with its user base of some 65 million consumers. Finishing out the Top 5 at No. 5 is a familiar name, CVS Caremark, the huge prescription benefit management operation.

The Top 10

We love the Top 10 because it’s where you find sleeping giants and energetic chart-climbers.

Take, for example, KrogerRxSC at No. 6 this month with its popular membership-based Rx discount program, with another grocery powerhouse app, Publix Pharmacy, flexing its buying power, foot traffic and consumer affinity. At No. 8 is the Express Scripts app from the eponymous pharmacy benefit management outfit. At No. 9 in this Provider Ranking of Prescription Apps is Rx Local, with Prescription Rx Discount Card RxApp landing No. 10.

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NEW PYMNTS DATA: HOW WE SHOP – SEPTEMBER 2020 

The How We Shop Report, a PYMNTS collaboration with PayPal, aims to understand how consumers of all ages and incomes are shifting to shopping and paying online in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our research builds on a series of studies conducted since March, surveying more than 16,000 consumers on how their shopping habits and payments preferences are changing as the crisis continues. This report focuses on our latest survey of 2,163 respondents and examines how their increased appetite for online commerce and digital touchless methods, such as QR codes, contactless cards and digital wallets, is poised to shape the post-pandemic economy.

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