Amazon Amazon Prime Day has only just started and there are already some fantastic deals available with huge savings on video games, computers, phones, books, gadgets and more. Here are all the best bargains so far – with links to buy!
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Best Amazon Prime Day Deals
Now, on to the deals! We’ll be updating this page regularly, so keep checking back for fresh bargains!
Note: As mentioned above, some of these offers are timed ‘Lightning’ deals. We can’t guarantee they will still be available when you click.
Computers / Gadgets
- Tech Lightning Deals: Save big on laptops, computing gear smartphones and more.
- 30% on select Chromebooks: Six models to choose from with prices starting at $242.
- 50% off electric toothbrushes: Participating brands include Oral-B, Sonicare, Waterpik and Foreo.
- 25% off select headphones: Participating brands include Bose, Sennheiser and SoundPEATS.
- 40% off Braun electric razers: Four models to choose from with prices starting at $79.99.
- Up to 25% on select laptops: Participating brands include Acer and Asus.
- 50% off Amazon Echo Plus: Amazon has knocked 50% off select Echo smart speakers – save over $100!
- Amazon Product Sale: There’s a bunch of discounted Amazon hardware up for grabs including Kindle products, Fire TV Sticks, smart speakers, security cameras and more!
- Up to 25% on select Home and Kitchen Products: Includes everything from robot vacuums and all in one cookers to bedding and diffusers.
- 30% off TVs: Save up to 30% on select Sony & Soniq TVs.
- 25% off Samsung Galaxy S10e: Down from $987 to $749.
- 50% off select women’s watches: Includes Armani Exchange, DKNY, Emporio Armani, Kate Spade, Lacoste, Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger.
- Up to 40% Off other watches: Select Fossil, Emporio Armani, Michael Kors Watches (Men and Women.)
- 5TB Seagate backup drive for $197.
- $49 Fire TV Stick (Basic Edition): Save $20!
- 32% off iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum with Wi-Fi Connectivity:Down from $849 to $590.
- 40% off Philips Hue Smart Home Lights: Prices start at $12.90!
- Free Prime Day Concert 2019: “Tune in to see Taylor Swift performing live with Dua Lipa, SZA, Becky G, and host Jane Lynch. Presented by Amazon Music, exclusively for Prime members. Click here!
- 20% off select Lego sets: Includes Technic, Creator, Classic and City sets.
- Free 30-day trial with Amazon Prime: You’ll need this to get the best Amazon Prime Day deals – be sure to sign up before 12pm!
- 60% on select Tommy Hilfiger Canvas Bags: Save up to $72!
- Up to 60% off women’s shoes: 12 brands and over 60 designs to choose from.
- 60% off select men’s clothing: Participating brands include Ben Sherman, Blazer, Bonds, Calvin Klein, Jockey, Lacoste, Levi’s, Rio, Tommy Hilfiger and Van Heusen.
- 176 Huggies nappies for $31.99: Save over $20 on a month’s supply.
- $0.99 Amazon Prime Music: Amazon Australia is offering four months of Amazon Prime Music for just 99 cents, down from $11.99 per month. The deal is only available to new subscribers. Click here!
- 40% off select Books: Prime members can currently score an extra 10% off discounted books. Includes fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. Click here!
- Free expedited shipping from Amazon US: This offer applies to Prime eligible items shipped and sold by sellers labelled “Amazon US”. (Usually a shipping fee applies.) Click here!
- Free Kindle Unlimited offer: Get three months of Kindle Unlimited with unlimited access to over 1 million books for $0.00. (Normally, this costs $13.99 per month.) Click here!
- Free Audible trial: There’s a free three-month trial for Audible too, which contains the world’s largest library of audiobooks. After the trial, the price bumps up to $16.45 per month, but you can cancel at any time. Click here!
Games / entertainment
- Extra 10% off PS4 games: Includes already discounted items.
- Cheap PSVR Bundles: Save up to $189!
- XBOX One X 1TB Bundle for $485: Down from $758! Includes free with Division 2 Token.
- $110 off PS4 Pro 1TB Fortnite Console Bundle: Down from $519 to $409.00.
- Oculus Go sale: Save up to $75 off Oculus Go, All-in-One VR Headsets.
- $45 PS4 DualShock 4 controllers: Down from $62.90.
- Deals from Amazon US: Score free shipping on thousands of deals from the US! Prices start at just $5.
- Free games: Twitch Prime has some free games up for grabs as well a a bunch of deals.
- $10 Amazon credit: Get $10 credit when you stream your first title on Prime Video.
- Blockbuster Blu-ray sale: Prices start at under $4!
Never heard of Amazon Prime Day? Here are some important things Australian shoppers need to know about the sale.
What Is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is an annual sales event exclusive to Amazon Prime members that officially kicked off on July 15 at 12am AEST. To get the best deals, you need to be signed into your Amazon Prime account. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member yet, you can currently get a free 30-day trial. Click here for your free Amazon Prime membership!
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It’s also a good idea to download the Amazon app which is available on Android and iOS. You can then get a sneak preview of upcoming Amazon Prime Day offers by clicking on ‘Today’s Deals’ and ‘Upcoming’.
What kind of deals are there?
Much like other annual deals events such as Click Frenzy and Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day will be offering timed mega deals in addition to the regular stuff. These are called ‘Lightning Deals’ and will only be available for a limited time. There are also ‘Spotlight Deals’ on popular products which will be appearing at different points throughout the sale. The sale also has a ‘Join Waitlist’ option which alerts you if more stock becomes available on a sold out product.
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