Prime customers might be affected by a price increase and Amazon is offering a surprise sales. Prime Day is an Amazon annual event at the beginning each summer. Good news: In just a few additional days, there will be a second price cut bonanza.
This additional discount begins October 11, lasts 48 hours, and ends on October 12. The discount will expire at midnight on October 12.
Prime members have access to the best money-saving deals and discounts, however you should not be concerned if it isn’t.
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Prime Day can be a fantastic way to save money or get special deals – if you haven’t yet subscribed.
Amazon’s name-brand devices like the Echo smart speaker or Fire TV sticks receive the greatest discounts. This isn’t all.
Amazon is also promising big discounts this October for high-end brands like Shark, Nespresso and Philips. Samsung, Xiaomi, iRobot, LEGO, Melissa & Doug and Hasbro.
“Across the UK, our Prime members will get the opportunity to start shopping some of the season’s top deals before anyone else with Amazon’s new Prime Early Access Sale,” said John Boumphrey, UK Country Manager of Amazon. “You may not be ready for Panto and mince pies but with fewer than 90 days until Christmas, it’s not too early to start planning your shopping for the festive season ahead, and this exclusive 48-hour sales event will help people save money and shop smarter as we head into the festive season.”
What does Prime cost?
Last month’s price increase means a monthly subscription is now £8.99 (was £7.99). Those signing up for a whole year get a slight discount with a 12-month membership costing £95 (was £79).
Prime offers fast delivery and exclusive deals. free Prime Video subscribers receive delivery and songs, as well as movie and music box sets.