Deal of the day: This page will be updated throughout Prime Day, so make sure you bookmark this page and check back frequently.
is finally here, after a long and painful wait. We’re expecting plenty of massive discounts and special offers on all the biggest brands. This year’s event begins on Oct. 13 and will run for 48 hours. That should give you plenty of time to find everything you need at a discounted rate.
There is one problem though. With so many deals to consider, is can be tough to actually without spending all day searching through pages of offers. Wouldn’t it be nice if the best deals were highlighted for you? Well, this is exactly what we’re doing for you.
We have tracked down the best deals on everything from Prime Day 2020, including TVs, laptops, and gaming products. This page will act as a central hub for the best gaming deals, and will include a handpicked selection of the on consoles, games, and accessories. We will also post all PS5 and Xbox Series X updates, if we get them.
We will keep posting a selection of standout deals on this page throughout Prime Day, but if you’re looking for something else, check out the following pages:
These are best gaming deals from Prime Day 2020:
This page will be updated continually, so make sure you bookmark this page and check back frequently.
How to find the best deals on Prime Day
Major shopping events like Prime Day and Black Friday can be overwhelming for a lot of shoppers, but there are some simple steps you can take to reduce the strain.
Firstly, you should make a plan before Prime Day officially begins on Oct. 13. Put a list together of your desired items, wishlist those products, and set deal alerts within the Amazon app. This way you should be ready for when prices drop. We also recommend familiarising yourself with how Amazon actually works, and how the site looks. This very simple move can save you a lot of time and hassle.
You should also be aware of all the different ways that Prime members can shop on . We’ve lined up some of the things you should know about, so you can be prepared:
Amazon App: Prime members can shop with the Amazon App, meaning you’ll never miss a Prime Day deal.
Treasure Truck: Customers can find hand-selected product offers at amazing prices. They can opt-in by texting ‘TRUCK’ to 65018 and will receive SMS notifications whenever there’s something new to share.
Amazon Hub: Customers have the option to pick up and return their Amazon packages through the Amazon Hub. This is a contactless, click and collect service. And it’s free for Prime members.
Rewards for Prime members on Amazon Platinum and Classic Mastercards: From Oct. 1 to Oct. 25, if eligible Prime members apply and are approved for either the Amazon Platinum Mastercard or Amazon Classic Mastercard, a £30 Amazon Gift Card will automatically be added to their gift card balance.
The more you know, the better your chances are of walking away with the product you want at a heavily discounted price.
How to sign up for Amazon Prime
Prime Day is for Prime members, obviously. If you want to get secure the best deals on Prime Day 2020, you need to sign up for a membership.
If you have never been a member before, you can sign up to a . This is your best option if you have any doubts about a membership. After the trial period, the membership will continue at either £79 a year or £7.99 a month, depending on which subscription option you’ve selected. You can cancel at anytime within the 30-day time frame though, so there is no obligation to continue with a membership if that’s not what you want. Just don’t forget to cancel.
If you do opt for the pay monthly option, you need to find the “TRY PRIME” buttons on the site. Fortunately, these are just about everywhere on Amazon. If you want to pay annually, the best method of subscribing is finding the “SEE MORE PLANS” button, which is normally found directly underneath the “TRY PRIME” button.
You can also give a Prime membership as a gift. No, this is not the most exciting gift out there, but it could prove useful if you know the recipient is on the lookout for something on Prime Day.
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