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Australia's first Amazon Prime Day has come and gone. While there were plenty of great deals over the 36-hour day, some folks were a little underwhelmed by what was on offer. And other retailers joined in and managed to compete on some of the deals so the retailing megabeast didn't have things all their own way. Was it a success? Or was it a fizzer?

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The Amazon Prime Day deals are already beginning to appear online. For the next day-and-a-half, Aussies will be able to snap up discounts and bargains on millions of products including video games, computers, phones, books, gadgets and more. Here are all the best deals so far - and how to get them!

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We're about half way though Australia's first Amazon Prime Day and there have been plenty of good deals on offer. But in the midst of the offers made by Amazon and its partners, there's another aspect we ought to consider.

Warehouse workers across Europe are on strike, protesting the company's treatment of staff in fulfilment centres. These allegations have dogged Amazon for some time, not just in Europe but also in the US. Should we skip Prime Day and support these workers?

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Amazon Prime Day starts in just two and half hours. Running until midnight tomorrow, there will be lots of bargains available. But how do you ensure that you don't miss out on special deals throughout the 36 hours? Love the Sales has pitched in with some great tips to make sure you don't miss out on special offers that matter to you.

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Amazon's annual shopping event, Prime Day, is coming to Australia on Monday 16 July at 12pm AEST. The 36-hour sale (it's longer than an actual day as it runs globally) is all about offering savings to Prime members until midnight on 17 July. Here's what you need to do to get in on the savings.