We’ve Sifted Through Thousands Of Deals From Amazon’s Prime Day Sale To Bring You The Best Buys

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On your marks, shoppers — Amazon Prime Day 2023 has officially begun.
Some of us remember a time when the only sale event that attracted crowds and warranted news coverage was Black Friday. But times have certainly changed with Amazon Prime Day, a sale that rivals its counterparts in terms of scale, savings, and ubiquity. Amazon didn’t disappoint with last year's annual sale event, and we anticipate great savings in this year's sale too.
Keep reading to make the most of Amazon Prime Day 2023.

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Acer: Save up to 22% on select monitors and laptops
Anker: Save up to 48% off charging adapters, wireless chargers and USB hubs
Apple: Save up to 19% off select Apple electronics, including the iPad (2021)
Amazon: Save up to 50% on Amazon devices:
Echo Dot (5th Gen) – now $49 (down from $99)
Echo Dot (5th Gen, 2022 release) with clock – now $59 (down from $119)
Echo Pop – now $29 (down from $79)
Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen, 2021 release) – now $99 (down from $229)
Fire TV Cube – now $109 (down from $219)
Fire TV Stick Lite – now $29 (down from $59)
Beats: Up to 43% off Beats Studio3 headphones
Bose: Save up to 44% off select speakers and soundbars
Canon: Up to 29% off select cameras
Dell: Save up to 28% off select laptops and up to 32% off select monitors
Furbo: Up to 39% off 360º pet camera
Garmin: Up to 58% off smart watches
Jabra: Save up to 41% off select wireless earbuds
JBL: Save up to 62% off select portable speakers and earbuds
Kindle: Up to 30% ereaders
Kindle (2022 release) – now $139 (down from $179)
Kindle Oasis – now $299 (down from $429)
Kindle Paperwhite (16 GB) – now $187 (down from $269)
Kindle Scribe – now $439 (down from $549)
Kodak: Save up to 38% on select cameras and film
Lenovo: Save up to 40% on select monitors and accessories
LG: Up to 28% off TV and sound system bundles and up to 40% off select monitors
Nanoleaf: Save up to 25% on select Nanoleaf smart lights
Nikon: Save up to 44% on select cameras and lenses
Nintendo: Save up to 38% on select Switch games and consoles, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
Olympus: Up to 38% off on select lenses
Panasonic: Save up to 55% on select home entertainment, headphones, phones, and cameras
Philips Hue: Save up to 30% on select Philips Hue smart lights
PlayStation: Up to 65% off PS5 and PS4 games, as well as up to 51% off PS5 accessories, including DualSense controllers, VR headsets and PlayStation 5 console bundles.
Ring: Up to 50% off Ring Home Security
ROMOSS: Save up to 36% off select power banks and portable chargers
Samsung: Save up to 44% off select Galaxy products, including smartphones, watches and Buds2, plus select monitors and storage devices, including portable SSDs and MicroSDs
Sennheiser: Up to 45% off select headphones and earbuds, including the Momentum 3 and CX Plus
Sony: Save up to 49% on select earbuds and Bluetooth speakers and up to 49% on select cameras and lenses
Ultimate Ears: Save 55% on select UE portable speakers
Xbox: Save up to 79% on select Xbox games and controllers
XGIMI: Up to 30% off projectors
yeedi: Save 45% on robot vacuum and mop combo
yeedi vac 2 – now $299.99 (down from $549.99)
yeedi vac 2 pro – now $389.99 (down from $699.99)

When is Amazon Prime Day Australia 2023?

In Australia, Amazon Prime Day 2023 kicked off at 12am (AEST) on July 11, with local deals via Amazon Australia and will run for 48 hours until 11:59pm (AEST) on July 12.
International deals from the UK, US and Japan will be available through the Amazon Global Store until 5pm (AEST) on July 13, giving Aussie Prime members a whopping 65 hours of deals.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

What started as a one-day sale in 2015 to mark Amazon’s 20th anniversary is now in its seventh year and spans a full 48-hour period of daily and hourly deals on a massive selection of the site's bestselling stock. While you might think it's getting long in the tooth after all this time, the lustre of Prime Day hasn’t worn off one bit. In fact, the hype seems to grow with each passing year, with more and more discounts being offered and rival retailers feeling the pressure to get in on the action.

What are the benefits of Amazon Prime?

As mentioned above, if you’re unsure about joining Amazon Prime but don’t want to miss out on Prime Day deals, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial. (For Prime Day, this is kind of the perfect time to work the system, if you know what we mean.) In addition to the marquee benefits of free shipping, you'll get early access to blink-and-you’ll-miss-them Lightning Deals, beloved original Prime Video TV shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and over two million songs ad-free with Amazon Music.

How do I get access to Prime Day deals?

Before you nab any great deals, you’ll need to get yourself a Prime account. It’s free to trial for the first 30 days but will cost you $9.99 per month after the trial’s up. You might even already have one, since a Prime subscription includes access to Prime Video, Prime Music and Prime Reading. Plus, once you’re signed up, you get free fast delivery on any items purchased through Amazon. 
If you’re not planning on using Prime after the sale’s done and dusted, just remember to cancel your subscription ASAP after you’ve milked your free trial for all it’s worth.
As always, we will be curating an edit of the best Amazon Prime Day deals in Australia, so be sure to bookmark this page ahead of next week's sale.
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