Amazon's awaited Prime Day is set to be a two-day sale extravaganza this year and the e-commerce giant wants to make sure you don't miss out on the offers.
Prime Day deals are limited in stock and some discounts are only accessible to Prime members.
Of course, navigating millions of offers is no easy task. But, for baby Amazon-ers, all the terms and deals can get a big confusing so here's everything you need to know so you're fully prepared for Australia's official second Christmas.
If you don't yet have Amazon Prime and you're in the United Kingdom, you can get £20 off until Tuesday, too. The next page will show you the next available delivery times and one- or two-hour delivery windows. "If a great discount lands in your inbox, you are best off checking out the site directly rather than clicking on any links".
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You can shop Prime Day without even using your hands.
Needless to say, Amazon Prime Day 2019 promises to be a bonanza where business owners can save some serious cash on a variety of products. You can also buy smartphones, game consoles, laptops, tablets, smart speakers, and accessories at heavy discounts. It also comes with access to Prime Video, Amazon Music, and Prime Reading for all your entertainment needs.
There's a good reason Amazon users spent more than £3.3 billion on products in just 36 hours past year. Now owned by Amazon, Whole Foods is giving everyone who spends $10 in-store or on Prime Now a $10 gift card for Prime Day. So far, those include $2 off a rotisserie chicken, buy one, get one free on brown butter cookies and 20% off sliced deli meats (per pounds).