Amazing early Amazon Prime Day deals bargain-hunters can shop right now

For many in the UK, June 21 is set to be 'Freedom Day', but it also marks the beginning of Amazon Prime Day too – giving you one more reason to mark date in your diary.

On Prime Day there will be over two million amazing deals for savvy shoppers to browse on Amazon.

However, all of the details are currently being kept under wraps. But we'll be sure to update you as soon as they start to come through.

If last year is anything to go by, expect amazing deals from big brands, especially in tech.

Of course there will also be savings on popular Amazon devices, including 49% off an Echo Dot with six months free Amazon Music Unlimited and an incredible 58% off Echo Buds.

In previous years the Echo, Fire Stick and various smart home security were slashed in the Prime Day sale, and the online giant saw a huge increase in demand as shoppers rushed to take advantage of the savings.

Home appliance brands like Shark and Dyson also peaked in popularity last year, with prices slashed by up to 50% it didn't take long for stock to sell out completely.

No doubt demand was helped by the attention 'cleanfluencers' like Mrs Hinch have given their favourite brands, often causing them to go viral.

Below we have everything you need to know, including how to take part in Prime Day this year and all the early deals you can take advantage of ahead of the official sale start date.

How can I take part in Prime Day 2021?

In order to take part in Prime Day you'll need to become a Prime member.

If you haven't signed up for an Amazon Prime membership yet, you won't necessarily have to pay to do so.

New customers can take advantage of a 30 day free trial and still make the most of the deals available.

After your 30 days, it's £7.99 per month, but you can cancel at any time before your trial finishes to avoid incurring any charges.

How do I find the best deals?

  • Date – Make sure to mark the dates June 21 and 22 in your diary, to make sure you don't miss out
  • App – Download the Amazon app on your mobile phone for easier and more convenient browsing
  • Notifications – Switch on your notifications for the app, so you're notified when new deals are added
  • Badges – Look out for colour coded badges on items, blue indicates a discounted item
  • Deals – Figure out what items you're shopping for, set alerts for favourite items and tap 'Watch this Deal'
  • Treasure Truck – Opt in for Amazon Treasure Truck to get hand selected offers at competitive prices

Best early Prime Day deals?

  • £10 Small Business Credit – Prime members can get a £10 credit to spend on Prime Day if they make a purchase of £10 or more from eligible small businesses from 7 to 22 June.
  • Amazon Music Unlimited – Get four month free unlimited access to 70 million songs until June 22.
  • Kindle Unlimited – Enjoy 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for free. Start reading over 1 million titles, audiobooks, comics and selected magazine subscriptions until June 22.
  • Audible – Amazon Prime members get three months of Audible for 99p, enjoy a selection of new releases, best sellers and Audible Original audiobooks and podcasts until June 22.
  • Amazon Kids+ – Get a three month Amazon Kids+ family plan for 99p instead of £23.99 until June 22.
  • Baby Wishlist – 15% discount on top of Prime Day Deals with Baby Wishlist promo code LIST15 until June 22. You can create your Baby Wishlist and start adding products – make sure you have everything on the list before Prime Day starts. On Prime Day: Look out for Baby Top Deals and add them to your Baby Wishlist. Then add all your products to your cart and go to check out, where you get 15% discount with code LIST15.
  • Amazon is offering £10 credit to use on Prime Day if you buy from a UK small business

When is Prime Day 2021?

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is a two day event, beginning at 12:01am on June 21 and concluding at 11:59pm on June 22, be sure to mark the date down to avoid missing out on a good deal.

What happened in 2020?

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon saw a huge increase in demand for home deliveries – stock flew off virtual shelves and caused delays with otherwise speedy transactions.

The two day shopping event usually takes place in July, but Amazon Prime Day 2020 didn't actually didn't go ahead until October last year, just before Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

So it's no surprise that this year not only are we getting Prime Day a little earlier than usual, but the retail giant has kicked off the big sale with early bird deals too.

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