Amazon Prime day
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Amazon recently announced that they were having an “Amazon Prime Day”. I love Amazon Prime. It allows free next-day delivery on thousands of products from Amazon, and though it can be quite pricy - £79.99 for the year - I find that I save as much through the free next-day delivery aspect.
Not only that, but being an Amazon Prime member means you get exclusive access to thousands of online films (which I covered briefly in this blog post) as well as thousands of Kindle titles.
I’ve had a few issues with missed deliveries, but Amazon are normally fairly quick to sort these out and are also happy to give refunds and gestures of goodwill when they cock up.
But Amazon Prime Day is something new. It offers Prime Members more deals than Black Friday, and it covers a huge variety of goods.
To quote Amazon themselves:
Prime Day is a one-day shopping event on 15th July, 2015, with more deals than Black Friday. Prime members can shop for exclusive deals from electronics, toys, video games, movies, clothing, patio, lawn and garden, sports and outdoor items and more.
Of course, the downside is that you need to be an Amazon Prime member. Not to worry though, as you can sign up for a 30-day free trial which will then mean you are automatically able to take advantage of the Prime Day deals.
Amazon have already announced some of the items that will be available in the UK, and these include Sugru Mouldable Glue (Multi-Colour Pack of 8) and the Fitbit Charge HR Heart Rate and Activity Wristband, both of which I will have my eye on.
If you want access to the deals available on Amazon Prime Day, you can get your Amazon Prime Free Trial by clicking here.
You can allow access for up to four people registered at your address in your Prime membership. When you consider that there is no restriction on where your goods can be sent, it means that - as an example - my girlfriend can benefit from free next day delivery and the other Amazon Prime benefits.
It’s well worth signing up for, and I say that with no knowledge of what deals will be available. In fact, I would argue that even without tomorrow’s deals, it would be well worth getting.
If you’re worried about not being able to cancel your free trial, you can find details on cancelling Amazon Prime here.