Amazon made its presence felt in Australia last month with an aggressive launch of its Prime subscription delivery service. At just $59 per month - lower than any other global market - the price-point was highlighted by Morgan Stanley analysts as one of seven reasons why Amazon's Prime service looks set to shake up the status quo in Australia's retail industry.
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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.
Australia's first Amazon Prime Day event officially kicks off next week on 16 July. But there are already a bunch of special offers live that you can take advantage of as Prime Day edges closer. Here are a few that caught our eye.
It can be hard keeping up with all the "deal days" various online retailers have throughout the year. Amazon Prime Day is no exception. It's a bit different this time round however, since Amazon Australia is now a thing. So, what is Prime Day and how can you get involved?
Amazon finally rolled out its Prime subscription service to the Australian market this week, promising free two-day delivery. At $59 a year, Prime is cheaper in Australia than other developed markets. Morgan Stanley analysts say the low price "shows Amazon's high long-term aspirations for Australia".
Amazon has finally launched its premium service, Amazon Prime in Australia and it's a mixed bag. While it's less expensive than the US version of the service, it doesn't offer next-day delivery. That's something I've enjoyed when in the US. But how does it compare to eBay Plus?
After months or waiting and speculation, Amazon Prime is finally available in Australia. Intriguingly, it has the best lineup of launch features and services of any country - and it's much cheaper than the US version. We look at everything you get with the service and how much it will cost you.
Amazon's entry into Australia last year was underwhelming, but the company continues to shore up its local storefront in a bid to tempt shoppers. Part of that includes Amazon Prime, a paid subscription service that provides users with extra benefits, such discounts, deals and even streaming video. So, what does Prime have to offer Australians?
2017 was stacked with TV shows you did love - Stranger Things returned, Big Little Lies had people talking and I've heard enough about Twin Peaks from our Managing Editor to last me a lifetime. Crazy that with all this great TV, no one talked about Young Sheldon, right?
Here's eight TV shows you might have missed this year (this list definitely doesn't include Young Sheldon).
Amazon's business is booming and a move into Australia is planned, but scams from fraudulent third-party sellers are on the rise. Here's how you can shop safely and avoid buying a big ol' box of nothin'.
Well, this was unexpected. Amazon appears to have quietly made its streaming entertainment service - Amazon Prime Video - available in Australia. Oddly, there has been no official announcement or fanfare of any kind. Is this a 'soft launch'? Did someone at Amazon accidentally jump the gun? Is the company trying to massage The Grand Tour's viewing numbers?
Whatever the reason, the videos are up and running and you can watch them all legally right now. Here's how to get started.
It's the day every Top Gear fan around the world has been waiting for: Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back with auto-enthusiast series The Grand Tour! Currently, the show is only officially available to Amazon Prime Video customers in the US and other select markets. However, you can easily watch it in Australia right now via this entirely legal loophole.