Amazon Prime Day has been dated for 2022. We now know that the event will be taking place starting at midnight on July 12th lasting all the way until 5pm on July 14th. We’d remind you to be up at Midnight on the 12th as normally the best deals go live straight away and sell out fairly quickly.
THE EARLY DEALS THAT ARE ALREADY LIVE FOR AMAZON PRIME DAY 2022
Prime Video – Prime members and Amazon customers in Australia can rent select popular movies for $2.99 or less on the Prime Video Store from 12.01AM AEST on 30 June until 11.59PM AEST on 13 July. Prime members who are not currently subscribed can add select channels for $0.99 per month for two months from 12.01AM AEST on 05 July until 11.59PM AEST on 13 July. Restrictions apply.
Kindle Unlimited – Eligible Prime members can enjoy a three-month free trial of Kindle Unlimited, accessing millions of titles on any device from 00.01AM AEST on 21 June until 11.59PM AEST on 13 July. Kindle Unlimited deal terms and conditions apply, $13.99/month after 3 months. Cancel anytime.
Audible – From 08:01 AEST 21 June to 11:59PM AEST 28 July, new members of Audible in Australia or New Zealand who sign up for an Audible membership can try Audible for $0.99c for three months, and discover thousands of audiobooks, Audible Originals, and exclusive podcasts. New members only. $16.45/month after three months. Cancel anytime.*
Amazon Devices – 20% off RRP on Echo Show 15, live from 12:01AM AEST 05 July until 23:59 AEST 13 July.
We know that the best deals normally come at Prime Day as it’s exclusive to Amazon Prime members. We normally see the best console/game deals at this event and also other items such as power banks, hard drives, sound bars and more.
So far, Amazon has revealed the below brands/categories that will feature but obviously there will be loads more:
The Deals: This year, Prime Day will offer Australian Prime members epic savings with more deals than ever before across more than one hundred thousand products from both big brands and small local businesses. Deals will launch across all categories including electronics, homewares, video games, Amazon devices, pantry food and drink, toys, sports equipment, fashion, beauty and more.
The Brands: Prime members will be able to access deals across big brands including Apple, Barbie, Bosch, Bose, Garmin, GHD, Instant Pot, Lego, Lenovo, North Face, Nintendo, Oculus and Samsung. Small and medium local businesses will also feature items in the shopping event including Orbitkey (based in Melbourne), Nakie (based in Brisbane) and the Doggie Balm Co (based in regional Victoria).