Amazon has kicked off its latest promotion – 8 days of deals across everything you could imagine. Whether you’re after Amazon’s own devices from Echo to Kindles, to the likes of Philips Hue, there are a range of discounts on offer with new deals added every day.
Saving you from having to wade through those offers yourself, we’ve already done all that and brought the very best discounts here, in one handy place. Now before you take a gander at these brilliant bargains, we recommend signing up for a free 30-day trial to Amazon Prime, if you’re not a member already.
As an Amazon Prime member, you can benefit from next-day delivery and a host of other features including access to Prime Video. Plus, cancelling your membership is as simple as a couple of clicks.
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All deals were correct at time of publication but can quickly change. Act fast to snap up a bargain.
Be quick, these deals are only available for today only. Due to their short life-span, these deals often have significant discounts attached to them, so it’s up to you to snap them up while they’re still around.
Amazon Prime – What you need to know
Amazon Prime Wardrobe
With its Prime Wardrobe benefit, you can now pick between three to eight items of eligible clothing items to ‘try before you buy’.
These are then sent to you free of charge, with no upfront cost, where you then have seven days to try them out. A pre-paid bag makes it easy to return the items you don’t want, and you’ll then only be charged for the items you want to keep. It’s an innovative approach, with many shoppers already making use of cheap and easy returns to try out fashion from online retailers. The big change here is not having to pay anything upfront and then worry about getting a refund.
To celebrate the launch, Amazon has a promotion where you can save £5 if you choose to keep Prime Wardrobe items between £100 to £199.99. If you keep £200 or more of Prime Wardrobe items, you’ll save £20. You can find out more about the Prime Wardrobe promotion here.
Quick delivery is still very welcome, mind you. You can get unlimited one-day delivery across millions of items, and in certain areas you can even get same day delivery and 1 or 2-hour delivery through Prime, for absolutely nothing.
If you order a lot and are in a hurry, this alone can make Prime membership worthwhile. We’ve lost count the number of times we’ve had to rely on speedy delivery to get us out of a bind.
Amazon’s answer to the likes of Netflix and Hulu, Prime Video is an online streaming service that serves up a hefty batch of TV shows and films, right to your device of choice. You can choose between Amazon’s original content – shows like Jack Ryan and The Grand Tour – or simply dive into some great movies like John Wick 2, The Imitation Game and The LEGO Batman Movie. There’s really something for everyone.
If you’re more of a reader than a watcher, there’s Prime Reading that gives you access to a rotating catalogue of eBooks, comics and magazines as part of your membership. You also get advanced access to editors’ picks each month. These are free books available early.
For any music buffs out there, Prime Music has you covered. Boasting an incredible 2 million songs that can be listened to online without the intrusion of ads, Prime Music is the perfect ingredient to any party. Plus, Prime Music is optimised for use with Amazon Echo smart speakers, so if you have a specific request such as the “top rock songs from 1986”, that’s exactly what you’ll get.
This isn’t to be confused with Amazon Prime Music Unlimited, however, as this is a separate subscription service with 50 million songs. There’s a 30-day free trial currently on offer if you fancy giving it a try.
Twitch Prime gets you in-game loot every month and ad-free Twitch streaming on the popular gaming service. Thanks to a recent tie-in promotion with Nintendo, Twitch Prime (and Amazon Prime) members can also get a free year’s subscription to Nintendo Switch Online. If you have a Nintendo Switch console, the online service allows you to pit your skills against players around the world, and it gives you access to the ever-growing library of classic Nintendo Entertainment System games that can be streamed straight to the console.
Prime Early Access
You also get early access to Lightning Deals as a Prime member, giving you an all-important head start against other bargain hunters. Amazon Family gets you 20% off grocery essentials like nappies and baby food, so great value if you’re a new parent.
Unlimited photo storage
You also get unlimited free photo storage as part of your membership. Fantastic news if you’re running out of storage space on your phone or computer, and a great way to back up those all-important memories.
Prime exclusive Audible trial
If you’re a Prime member, you can also take out a free 90-day Audible trial. Audible is all about audio books and as part of your membership you get credit for one free audiobook every month. You also have access to free audio shows and unlimited listening to original, short audio programmes.
You also get 60% off selected audiobooks. Every audiobook you buy is yours to keep even if you stop your membership. You’re able to listen on a range of devices including mobile and desktop apps, and through your Kindle Fire, Amazon Echo or Fire TV.
Membership costs £7.99 a month once the 90-day trial is over.
You can also share your Amazon Prime account with a second adult as part of an Amazon Household. We don’t mean just giving your other half your Amazon account password either. They can have their own Amazon account but you share the benefits of your Amazon Prime account, including digital content and expedited delivery.
If you want to set up an Amazon Household, have a read of our guide.
Premier League and other sports (in the future)
Amazon announced it has acquired the rights to broadcast certain Premier League football games in 2019 exclusively for Prime Members. Expect Amazon to bolster its offerings even more in the future to add even more reasons to sign up to Prime.
Amazon Prime Student
If you’re fortunate to still be living the student life, you also get a host of Amazon Prime benefits with Prime Student. Not only do you get 50% off the cost of a Prime membership, you get extra discounts like 10% off textbooks, fashion and other sections of Amazon. You can see all of the Amazon Prime Student benefits and take out a free 6-month trial here.
Amazon UK Deals – How to spot a good deal
Use a Chrome extension like Keepa or, if you’re not a Chrome user, a site like CamelCamelCamel. Both of these are Amazon price trackers that let you see the Amazon price history on products – you can see an example above. That’s great if you want to see if a price has genuinely dropped and if you’re getting a properly good deal.
Of the two, Keepa is our favourite as you don’t even have to navigate away from the Amazon Product page. It’s embedded right there for you as you browse around Amazon, instantly letting you see if you’re getting a product for a low price. As prices tend to fluctuate, you’ll have to make a judgement call if now is the right time to snap one up.
If it’s not the lowest price it’s ever been, but it’s not been discounted for a long time, it could still be a good time to jump in. You might also actually need a product right now, so that will also help with the decision. It can be easy to dilly-dally on a decision, but at the end of the day, it’s a personal decision when to dive in.
Amazon Warehouse Deals
Don’t forget about Amazon Warehouse deals, which offer discounts on used or open box items. Here, Amazon “test the functional and physical condition of each item and give the product a specific grade before selling it.” Amazon’s satisfaction guarantee still applies, so you don’t lose any of the protections you usually get through regular Amazon purchases.
All of this can make it difficult to spot all of the best deals – or at least those that might appeal to you. That’s why we’ve created this page to keep you updated with some of the best deals broken down by different product categories.
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