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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.


Amazon Prime Day is one-and-a-half days of special discounts exclusive to Amazon Prime members. Prime Day this year will take place on July 16, starting at 12pm AEST and will last for 36 hours. Here’s what you should know to make the most out of your Amazon Prime Day celebrations.


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.


Amazon's huge annual sale event is less than a fortnight away! In what promises to be the biggest online sale since launch, Amazon Australia will be offering massive discounts across all categories, with savings of over 90%. Here are all the details!


Call it the Amazon effect. eBay Australia is now offering customers free delivery and returns via a new membership option called eBay Plus. It also comes with a host of special offers and features exclusive to eBay Plus members. Here's everything you need to know.


You open your door and there, sitting on your welcome mat, is a clearly marked package from Amazon. Thing is, you didn't order anything from them, and upon closer inspection, it's apparent this delivery isn't for you. What should you do?


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).


It's official -- Amazon is setting up shop properly in Australia, and is promising "low prices, vast selection, and fast delivery" to win the business of paying Australians.


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.