Prime Day is in full swing and the deals have been rolling out of the warehouse non stop for over 24 hours. If you're not a Prime member yet, now is the time to sign up!
You can either bag yourself a free 30-day trial, or a full one-year membership is now only £59, down from the regular £79.
One of the biggest and best deals to drop during the event is the new offer from Audible — Prime members can now get £10 Amazon credit when they sign up for a free 30-day trial of Audible, along with two free audiobook credits. This is an incredible deal, and well worth the sign up.
One of the best Nintendo Switch deals of the sale has also just dropped, meaning you can pick up the console, alongside two games, and £30 eShop credit, for just £289.99.
Prime Day has always seemed particularly appealing because it occurs during the summer. And, considering Black Friday isn’t until November, you might be able to pick up that piece of tech on your wishlist now, rather than four more months down the line.
As we approach the final hours of Prime Day, these will be your last opportunity to pick up a great deal, so act fast if you're after a bargain. Don't forget, Prime Day ends at midnight!
Love books? Love free money? With Audible you can now get £10 in Amazon credit if you're a Prime member and a new Audible customer.
With Audible it's easy to tune into Audiobooks wherever you are. By streaming or downloading books onto the free Audible app you will be able enjoy your favourite titles on the go, in your car or even at the gym.
New customers can try an Audible membership free for the first 30 days including any two Audiobooks of choice, saving you £7.99 but only for the first month.
The monthly plan thereafter will cost you £7.99/month but you are able to cancel before the 30 days is up.
4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just 99p makes a Spotify subscription seem overpriced. Amazon Music Unlimited releases new music everyday from today's most popular artists and is, by nature, compatible with Amazon's smart speaker devices.
This offer is exclusive to Amazon Prime members only. If you're not an Amazon Prime member yet, you can sign up to a free 30-day trial membership or pay for one month of Prime for only £7.99 (click see more plans) if you don't want to commit to a one year membership, which costs £59. It might make sense to sign up for at least a month, since Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner (July 15th and 16th).
Great Amazon Prime Day deals on the most popular Amazon smart speakers have just been released. These prices are better than last year's Black Friday deals, and you can get Amazon Echo (2nd gen) for under £55, and Echo Dot (3rd gen) for £22. Secure your orders now before these amazing offers expire!
The most powerful streaming media stick with a new Wi-Fi antenna design optimised for 4K Ultra HD streaming. Get 50 percent off the £49.99 list price, and pick up Fire TV Stick for only 24.99. This is the perfect time to pick up one of the best media streaming sticks out there.
If you own a Kindle, this is a perfect deal if you want to get access to an enormous library of eBooks, comics, magazines and more. To be exact, over 1 million Kindle eBooks and over 20,000 digital comics are available, and it all can be accessed with a Kindle Unlimited membership.
This deal is rare and is usually only available during the biggest sales events of the year, such as Black Friday, Amazon Spring Sale or Amazon Prime Day. You do have to have an Amazon Prime membership to participate, but if you are new, you can always try Prime for free with a 30-day trial.
As previously mentioned, to take part in Amazon Prime day you will need to be a member of Amazon Prime, a subscription service that is currently priced at £7.99 a month, and includes a number of benefits. Amongst these are free next day delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music, and of course access to exclusive Amazon Prime Day deals.
If you do want to sign up for longer, its £79.00 £59.00 a year, or significantly cheaper if you’re a student at only £39 a year. Students can also get access via a free six- month trial before opting into the paid subscription.
Of course, if you’re just in it for Prime Day deals, you can easily bag yourself a 30-day free trial on the Amazon Prime landing page.
Amazon Prime Day is a summer sales event that occurs once a year, and showcases a large number of discounted products for Amazon Prime members around the world.
Recently, Prime Day has become somewhat of a misnomer, and typically runs for longer than the 24 hours suggested by the event’s title. In 2018, Prime Day ran for half a day longer, and this year, Amazon is going one step further, with two whole days of discounts.
While Prime Day is on from July 15-16, you can pick up deals on almost anything, and it's not restricted to Amazon branded items either. Although, Amazon-branded items do typically drop in price significantly, so expect to see plenty of Kindles and Echo devices at dirt cheap prices.
Millions of shoppers will be hitting the Amazon storefront for this event, so it’s not surprising that plenty of other third-party retailers will also be producing an array of savvy discounts for you to take a gander at.
At is core however, Amazon Prime Day is still there to make Amazon even more money. All the deals on offer will be under lock and key unless you’re sporting an Amazon Prime membership, and there will be plenty of deals out there to pull in new members, even if it's just for a 30-day trial, they’ll try and convince you to stay for longer - in 2018, Amazon welcomed more new Prime members on Prime Day than any previous day in its history.
Lightning Deals on Amazon are promotions in which a limited number of discounts will be offered on an item for a short period of time. This means if the deal is particularly alluring, the item may lose its deal status if you don’t act fast enough.
This doesn’t mean you’ll literally have to try and buy something with bolt lightning speed, impressive if you can. Instead, items will typically have a time limit, and a percentage sold indicator to let you know if its almost sold out or about to finalise.
Amazon’s flagpole sales event hit new heights last year and is anticipated to be even more successful in 2019, considering the event runs for 48 hours this time around.
It’s no wonder Amazon sold over 100 million items around the world last year, including the array of Amazon-branded products on offer. Prime Day 2018 was the biggest day ever for Echo devices, Fire tablets, and Kindle e-readers.
Considering the discounts last year on products such as the Echo Dot or the Kindle Paperwhite reached new levels of cheap, it goes without saying that Prime Day 2019 is the absolute perfect time to buy.
Other popular items last year were Beats headphones, Fire TV Sticks, Philips Hue lights, LG 4K TVs, and Bosch power tools.
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