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Amazon Prime Day is here! Although much later this year, there are still deals to be had that’s the cheapest it’s been. Here’s what you can get.

We’re starting to enter the discount season. Between now and Christmas, retailers will be competing for your business and your money (probably even more so this year).

If there are things on your Christmas list that you need a cheaper price on, you may find it now.

So without further ado, here are some of the deals that are worth looking at for Amazon Prime Day 2020.

Amazon Prime Day Deals 2020

As a quick note, you can only get these deals if you are a Prime member (hence the name), however if a deal is good enough, you can sign up for a free trial.

If you’ve already used your free trials, membership is £7.99 for a month, so if the saving is over that amount, it could be a good option to sign up for a month.

There are 1,000s of Prime Deals available (so it’s worth having a look yourself), but I’ve also hand selected what I think some of the best deals are.

I’ve worked these out, as they haven’t been cheaper than the current price in the past, and are usually popular products.

Here are the deals:

Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen – £18.99  

(Cheapest it’s been before: £22)

Ancestry DNA test with 23 & Me – £74

(Cheapest it’s been before: £149)

Fifa 21 + 1,050 FUT points (PS4 or Xbox One) – £49

(Cheapest it’s been before: £56.99)

Echo Show 8 – £59.99

(Cheapest it’s been before: £59.99 last January)

Ring Indoor Camera with two way talk – £35

(Cheapest it’s been before: £49)

4 months Amazon Music for 99p

(Normally £7.99 a month)Amazon Music Unlimited 99p deal

Lightning Deals

Along with these event long deals, you’ll also find new ‘lightning deals’ being launched every few hours.

These deals only have a certain amount of stock and last for a limited amount of time. But usually they are good buys. Here’s what’s been launched so far:

Shark Upright Vaccuum Cleaner incl anti hair wrap, pet brush & car detail kit – £184.99

(Cheapest it’s been before: £379.99)

Apple iPad Air 10.5″ 64GB (previous model) – £406.80

(Cheapest it’s been before: £439)

Words Of Warning:

Prime Day may be exciting, but it’s important to remember not to splash out on something, unless you were going to buy it in the first place.

Buying things for the sake of a deal isn’t the best way to go… and before you buy anything, it’s worth doing a quick search online to make sure it isn’t cheaper elsewhere.

The deals I’ve listed above were all great deals, and the cheapest they’ve been seen at the time of writing, but prices can move up and down, so be sure to check yourself as well.

There are plenty of other deals available too, not just these. Have a look at the full list, in case there is something you were looking for.

Conclusion

So those are a few top picks for Amazon Prime Day! If you see anything you were looking for, then hopefully you can grab it and save some cash.

If you see any good deals, be sure to let me know too!

Will you be taking part in Prime Day? I’d love to know in the comments below, on Twitter @Jordon_Cox or on Facebook.

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Hi there! I’m Jordon Cox, Britain’s Coupon Kid. I blog about the best ways to save money through deals, hacks and tricks. I’ve been blogging for nearly 8 years and regularly appear as an expert on TV, radio and print about saving money.

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