The shopping event will feature more than one million deals globally across TVs, smart home, kitchen, grocery, toys, furniture, fashion, appliances and more, and 40% more Spotlight Deals in the UK.
Just a reminder, to participate in Prime Day you need to be a member of Amazon Prime; anyone eligible can join Prime or start a 30 day trial any time to participate by visiting Amazon Prime Day.
As you’re here already, howsabout some hot deals that are live right now?
Prime Deals right now!
Amazon Echo Dot: £49.99 now £34.99
This matches Amazon’s lowest ever price for the excellent smart speaker with the Alexa voice-assistant.
This close to Prime Day though, we’re thinking this could get an even bigger discount.
Worst case scenario? It’ll still be this price on Prime Day at the most.
Philips Hue Dimmer Switch: £19.99 now £14.53
The Amazon Prime Day deals are usually a solid bet for discounts on a range of Philips Hue products such as starter kits, extra bulbs and lightstrips.
However, it’s rare to see deals on this dimmer switch though, so it’s probably worth getting sorted quickly.
30% off Simba mattresses
That’s a huge saving on these superb mattress deals from Simba, even I am tempted!
We’ll have to be quick though as these low prices expire at the end of the day.
So, do sleep on a super comfortable mattress, but don’t sleep on grabbing this deal.
ASUS FX504 gaming laptop: £649.97
This is one of the best gaming laptop deals we’ve seen for a while.
The Asus packs a full HD 15.6-inch display, 8GB of RAM, Intel i5 processor and a 1TB hard drive.
You’re also getting the GTX 1050 graphics card too for great gaming performance.
Acer Predator 17.3-inch gaming laptop: £799.99
DEAL!!!! Check out this huge gaming laptop marked with a stonking great £200 slashed off its usual Amazon price.
You’re getting some top of the line spec too with an i5-7300HQ processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD with 128GB SSD and a Nvidia GTX 1050Ti graphics card.
Crucial MX500 500GB SSD: £107 now £87.97
Looking for a cheap internal SSD to give your laptop a performance boost and faster loading times?
Well, it’s been a while since we saw anything close to this for value with the Crucial 500GB drive making a rare sub-£100 appearance.
LG 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TV: £429, now £379
If you’re looking for a cheap 43-inch 4K TV deal from a brand you can trust, how about this discounted LG 43UJ630V TV?
Despite the super low cost you’re still getting a 4K HDR screen and a rich selection of Smart TV apps like Netflix, iPlayer and Amazon Video.
At £55 less than its regular price, this is certainly one to consider.
Samsung 50-inch Smart 4K: now £437
Want to go even bigger? Check out this seriously great deal on the massive 50-inch Samsung UE50MU6120 4K TV.
It’s usually the lesser known brands that get the sub-£500 mark treatment on sets of this size.
Not only are you getting a 4K picture, but HDR (High Dynamic Range) too and a host of Smart TV apps including Netflix and Amazon Prime.
More deals to come
Elsewhere, we’ve been told to expect up to 30% off Sony and Canon cameras, TVs from Sony, LG and Toshiba, projectors, garden furniture, and more. Additionally 30% off Sennheiser, Bose, Audio Technica and Sony headphones.
There will be discounts up to 55% on Samsonite and American Tourister luggage too. Finally, up to 40% off Kitchen and Home appliances including Crock-Pot, Tefal and Philips.
Amazon Prime Day deals on tablets and readers
Of course, you can trust Amazon to slash the prices of their own kit. As well as the Echo range there’s deals to be had on their tablets and e-readers.
£35 off the Kindle Paperwhite, Prime Day price, £74.99 (was £109.00)
£40 off Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet, Prime Day price, £59.99 (was £99.99)
£40 off Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet, Prime Day price, £89.99 (was £129.99)
Do you know what’s even better than grabbing some tasty deals on Amazon Prime Day? Finding other places that are competing with Amazon Prime Day. It’s generally a good idea to see what the big hitters such as Argos, Currys PC World, and even John Lewis are doing in response. Let’s face it, they’re all online so a quick comparison ain’t going to hurt you, is it?
Happy shopping! Let us know if you netted any fab deals 🙂