Amazon launches its massive Prime Day shopping sale with major discounts on thousands of brands including Apple, GHD and Bosch – here’s the best deals
- Amazon’s huge Prime Day shopping event has officially begun in Australia
- More than 100,000 products have been slashed to a discounted rate
- Top brands include Apple, Samsung, Nintendo, Dyson, GHD and Garmin
- Customers have until midnight July 13 to shop local deals in Australia
- Global deals in the US and UK can be purchased up until 5pm AEST July 14
Amazon Australia’s highly anticipated Prime Day shopping sale has officially launched online – offering more than 100,000 products at a discounted price.
Members across the country will have access to the 65-hour sale with local deals running until midnight July 13 and international deals continuing until 5pm AEST July 14.
Top big name brands include Apple, Bosch, Garmin, GHD, Lego, Nintendo, Samsung, North Face and Bosch are featured in the event, along with local Australian brands Nakie, Orbitkey, and Doggie Balm Co.
Those who don’t have an Amazon Prime account can sign up for a 30-day free trial to access the exclusive deals.
More than 100,000 products have been reduced part of Amazon Australia’s popular Prime Day Shopping. Local deals running until midnight July 13 and international deals continuing until 5pm AEST July 14
The electronics tab will likely be popular among shoppers, with the Beats Studio 3 headphones retailing for $249 (left) and the Apple Watch SE series costing $349 instead of $429 (right)
The GHD platinum+ styler (left) that’s made with ultra-zone predictive technology to protect the hair has been reduced from $375 to $239.99. A range of Ugg Australia’s slippers and boots have also ben reduced (right)
Electronic buys will likely be popular among shoppers, with the Beats Studio 3 headphones retailing for $249 – a 40 per cent saving from $449.95.
The sale event will be the perfect opportunity to shop in advance for Christmas and birthday gifts, as the popular Nintendo Switch is retailing for just $339 from $469 and the price of selected Garmin smartwatches has dropped 60 per cent.
The Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire Smartwatch originally retailed for $1299 but now costs half price at $649.
Those interested in gaming can score 55 per cent off selected Nintendo Switch games and 30 per cent off selected PlayStation 5 games.
Other items that have been slashed by 40 per cent include selected Sony headphones, Razar laptops and Lenovo Monitors.
The sale event will be the perfect opportunity to shop in advance for Christmas and birthday gifts, as the popular Nintendo Switch is retailing for just $339 from $469
Customers can save a staggering $600 on the popular Ecovacs Deebot N8 2-in-1 robot vacuum cleaner, which has been reduced to $399 down from $999 (left). Or elevate your picnic with a $63.99 portable mini table (right)
The GHD platinum+ styler made with ultra-zone predictive technology to protect hair follicles has been reduced from $375 to $239.99.
Coffee enthusiasts will be thrilled to hear the price of the De’Longhi Magnifica automatic coffee machine has been slashed from $1099 to $624.95 – a saving of $474.05.
The cost of the Echo Dot smart speaker with Alexa has also been discounted to just $19 from $59, and why not have all your streaming services in one place with the $49 Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice.
Customers can save a staggering $600 on the popular Ecovacs Deebot N8 2-in-1 robot vacuum cleaner, which has been reduced to $399 down from $999.
Elevate your picnic with a $63.99 portable mini table that’s designed with two wine glass holders and a bottle holder for added convenience.
Toys and kitchen gadgets are also part of the sale. A LEGO Star Wars R2-D2 Droid Building Set for Adults is on sale from $329.99 to $249.95 (left) and the Cuisinart CGG-608 Portable Grill is down $52 to $79.16 (right)
The cost of the Echo Dot smart speaker with Alexa has been discounted to just $19 from $59
Arno Lenior, Director of Prime for Amazon Australia, said: ‘Prime Day has just begun with huge savings available on a massive range of products – from the everyday essentials through to the bigger ticket items.
‘New deals will be going live throughout the 65-hour shopping event available exclusively to Prime members in Australia, so we encourage shoppers to keep coming back to make the most of the great savings available.
‘Not only will there be deals from big brands, but a number of small and medium Aussie businesses are offering Prime members the chance to save on their products.’
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