Amazon’s biggest shopping event is back! Prime Day 2020 is live for the next 48 hours.

Posted: 13 October 2020 1:19 am
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It’s the 2-day shopping event we’ve all been waiting for: After a lengthy COVID-related delay, Prime Day 2020 is now live!

As if we needed any other excuses to start our Christmas shopping early (we normally start around Black Friday), online shopping giant Amazon has just gone live with its fifth annual shopping event: Prime Day 2020.

Following on from trends set in 2018 and 2019, this year the shopping event lasts for a full 48 hours, with new deals being added all the time. As in previous years, there’s a large focus on Lightning Deals, which are only available to shoppers for a short period of time, or until all the items available have been sold.

Also in line with previous years is the focus on Amazon’s own devices with discounts of up to £60 off Echo Shows, Echo Dots and Kindles.

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Other deals available include discounted rates on Amazon Music and Kindle Unlimited, with Amazon offering extended low-cost trials of both.

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As the name suggests, in order to take advantage of these deals you will need to sign up for Amazon’s Prime service. Amazon is currently offering a 30-day free trial of Prime (an excellent way to score these deals at no extra cost!) and if you choose to continue with the service it will cost you £7.99 per month. This price includes access to Amazon Prime Video and limited access to Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime Music.

If you like what you see be sure to check out our full list of Amazon discount codes and vouchers and be sure you’re getting the best deal this Prime Day.

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