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Good news, everyone: with less than a week to go until kickoff, Amazon have leaked an early list of deals to whet our appetites for this year’s Prime Day, and there’s a huge amount of savings and discounts to be on offer across a wide range of shopping categories.
The mega sales event will begin at 12AM AEST on Monday, 21 June with local deals running for 48 hours until 11:59PM AEST on Tuesday, 22 June.
While many shoppers will be on the hunt for huge savings on top-notch tech and appliances, there’s also plenty of home essentials you can save on during the shopping event – from food and drink pantry must-haves to baby products and pet supplies – and those discounts could add up to save you a whole lot of money (and a trip to the supermarket).
It’s important to note – those who want to take advantage of the deals on offer need to be Amazon Prime members. Luckily, there’s a 30-day free trial new members can sign up for, and the subscription costs a mere $6.99 per month or $59 per year after the trial.
Without further ado, here are the deals we know about so far. They’ll be officially live from midnight on Monday, June 21, so check back in then for the links and the full deals list.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON FOOD AND DRINK
Forget going out to the shops, grab your food and drink essentials online for a steal. Whether you need to stock up the pantry with pasta or cereal, or want to grab some sparkling water or coffee for cheap, there’s plenty of deals that will make this week’s grocery shop that much easier.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON ALCOHOL
Save yourself a trip to your local, and stock up your wine rack and fridge with all your favourite drops while they’re on sale.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON BABY PRODUCTS
Stock up on everything you need to take care of your bub with the huge deals on baby essentials. You can nab everything from nappies to formula on sale now, so get in while the deals are good.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON PET SUPPLIES
Don’t forget your furry family members. For the full list of deals on pet supplies, head here for our roundup – or check out the deals on offer below.
Savings on select V8, V10 and V11 Dyson Animal Stick Vacuums.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON TOILETRIES AND PERSONAL HYGIENE
As far as online shopping goes, buying toiletries might not sound like the most exciting form of retail therapy – but you might as well ensure your cupboards are well-stocked with all the products you need while they’re on sale.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON HOME OFFICE
Whether you’re still working from home or back at the office, extra stationery supplies always come in handy. Stock up on everything you need – including pens, highlighters, paper and more.
BEST PRIME DAY DEALS ON CLEANING PRODUCTS
Cleaning may not be fun, but scoring cleaning products for extra cheap is. From paper towels and cleaning cloths to dishwasher tablets, there are plenty of discounts you can take advantage of.
Check back in closer to June 21 for the full deals list – we’ll update here as soon as we know more.
WHAT IS AMAZON PRIME DAY?
Amazon Prime Day is a huge sale event held by the international retailer that is exclusive to Amazon Prime members. It includes massive markdowns on technology, home appliances, fashion, beauty and more.
WHEN IS AMAZON PRIME DAY?
The highly-anticipated sales event will begin at 12am AEST on Monday, 21 June with local deals running for 48 hours until 11:59pm AEST on Tuesday, 22 June.
Deals from the UK and US will be available through Amazon Global Store until 5pm AEST on Wednesday, 23 June, giving Australian Prime members access to 65 hours of deals.
WHAT IS AMAZON?
Amazon is a leading international online retailer that stocks thousands upon thousands of products ranging from fashion and beauty to technology, home and more. Highly focused on customer reviews, it allows highly-rated products to rise to success. Amazon Australia launched in 2017.