Amazon Prime Day is only a few weeks away and once again we’ll bring you all the very best Prime Day deals right here throughout the Prime Day period. 

Like Black Friday, the summer-based Amazon Prime Day is a chance to pick up some amazing bargains. When the deals are gone, they’re gone. 

When is Amazon Prime Day 2019?

We haven’t had it confirmed by Amazon UK, but based on past dates we predicted the deals would start flowing on July 15-16. These dates have now been backed up by a leaked email

Last year Amazon Prime Day deals took place across 16-17 July. In July 2017 it was 10-11 July. 

Prime Day, as the name suggests, is centred around a 24-hour period. However, there may be other deals in the lead-up to the big day itself and Prime Day deals were actually offered across 36 hours in 2018. 

Do I need to be a Prime member to get Amazon Prime Day deals?

Yes – to get Amazon Prime deals you need to be a Prime member. If you’re not, it’s high time you signed up for Prime membership – you get 30-days free membership if you’ve not been a member before. It costs £79 a year (or £7.99 a month, if you can’t stretch to the one-off payment).

Some of the very best deals are always on Amazon devices, but there are stacks across all product categories such as TV, laptops, smart home, fitness, cameras, gaming and more.

Browse Amazon deals by category

Check out these popular deal pages on Amazon (UK) to see if there’s a deal for you:

You can ask an Alexa-enabled device, such as an Amazon Echo or Amazon Dot, “Alexa, what are your deals?”, and you’ll get a heads up on many Prime Day deals. Try asking Alexa right now, she’s always got deals on the go. 

How to find Amazon Lightning deals

Lighting deals go as quick as they arrive and are offered throughout Amazon Prime Day. Check out the links below for Lightning deals in key areas on Amazon.co.uk:

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Can you get Amazon Prime Now on Amazon Prime Day? 

Yes you can on selected items. Prime Now is Amazon’s free two-hour delivery service available to customers in select postcodes in London, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, Sheffield, Surrey, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Glasgow. You order something from the dedicated smartphone application or in-browser at primenow.amazon.co.uk and it will be with you, with free delivery, within two hours.

Previous Amazon Prime Now deals included:

  • 30 per cent off select Walkers crisps
  • 40 per cent off select Nescafe coffee
  • 30 per cent off select Coca-Cola bottles and cans
  • 25 per cent off select wine when you buy 6 bottles
  • 20 per cent off select items from Dettol, Vanish and Finish

Amazon Prime Day 2019 tips and tricks

Get an Amazon Prime free trial to get the deals

Amazon Prime costs £79 a year. You can, however, sign up for a free 30-day trial to get the deals. A neat trick is that you are fully entitled to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription after once you’ve got your shopping deal.

  • Amazon Prime free trial: UK
  • Amazon Prime free trial: US

As long as you cancel the trial before the end you won’t be charged the £79 / $99 yearly subscription. Amazon hopes though that once you’ve enjoyed some of the benefits you won’t hit the cancel button.

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Don’t miss an Amazon Prime Day deal

Get the dedicated Amazon shopping app on your mobile and turn on notifications.  Within the notifications settings you can turn on “Watched” and “Waitlisted Deals” so you don’t miss it.

Save even more money on your Amazon Prime Day deal

Get £1 back by opting for No-Rush Delivery if you don’t need your new bargain straight away.

Make a list to get the best deals

Rather than going in with a scattergun approach, make a list before you go onto Amazon and be targeted about the products you want. It might be in July, but Amazon Prime Day is a perfect chance to do your Christmas shopping on the cheap.

It’s sure to be a big day for deals on Amazon Prime Day 2019. Hitwise data reveals that the volume of Prime Day web searches last year were up 57% compared to the previous year and on the day of Prime Day’s official announcement, searches unsurprisingly increased 162%

Amazon’s own devices are the most popular products on Prime Day. Echo Dot and Kindle were the most viewed product pages in the days leading up to the announcement of the sale. There were also 68,000 visits to the Nintendo Switch product page around Prime Day last year, too, in anticipation of a decent Nintendo Switch deal. 

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