The Five Best Amazon Prime Day Deals (So Far)

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Amazon Prime Day kicked off here at noon today and the deals have started to flood in. Here are five of the best offers we've spotted so far.

PS4 Pro 1TB Console with Bonus Fortnite Content

Last week, the best deal I could spot for the PS4 Pro was $539. But today, you can grab a PS4 with some bonus Fortnite content for under $380.

That offer ends at midnight tomorrow (or until stick dries up - whichever happens first.)

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Smart Bulb Starter Kit

One of the easiest ways to get into the smart home trend os to get your hands on some intelligent lighting gear. The Philips Hue range are among the best regarded and this starter kit with a hub and three Edison screw globes is 40% off at $140 instead of the usual $256.49

You've got until midnight tomorrow to snap this one up.

Lego Juniors Cars 3 Mia's Farm Suitcase

If you're looking to kick-start your kids' LEGO collection then you'll need to get a move on as 8% of the kits on offer have already been claimed. This deal ends at 9:00PM tonight EST.

This set, 10746, includes a farm pickup vehicle with rear storage area, stable with opening gate for the foal and a pen for the lamb. There's also a Mia mini-doll figure, plus foal and lamb figures to get the farmyard going.

Not bad for $24.

Seinfeld: The Complete Series (DVD)

The series about nothing is on a Lightning Deal that ends just before 8:00PM EST tonight.

This is a 32-disc version of the popular TV series that ran throughout the 1990s and introduced "yada yada yada' to the lexicon of a generation. At under $50, this is a great deal.

5 Ingredients - Quick & Easy Food

I have a theory - anyone can cook good food as long as they can follow instructions. And while Jamie Oliver might not be everyone's favourite celebrity chef, many of his meals are easy to prepare and unpretentious (really - who needs deconstructed Vegemite on toast?).

At just $14.99 until just after 7:00PM Eat tonight, 5 Ingredients is a collection of simple recipes anyone who can read and follow instructions can handle.


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