Amazon Prime Day 2019: Best deals Australia from day 2

Posted: 16 July 2019 9:22 am News

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Keep reading to see a list of the Amazon Australia Prime Day deals you need to know about on day 2.

Prime Day is in full swing and just when you thought you'd seen it all, Amazon Australia has released a whole host of new deals and fresh bargains on day 2 of this sale extravaganza. We're talking 25% off cookware from Le Creuset, 25% off Nintendo Switch games and 50% off activewear at Lorna Jane.

But before you click to shop, remember that you will have to sign up to Amazon Prime to get your hands on these red hot bargains – you can always just sign up to the free trial to start with. Australia's Prime Day sale finishes up at midnight tonight, 16 July. But Aussie shoppers will still have access to all the deals on the US site. So even when our deals come to a close, you'll still have 17 hours of US deals to scroll through. Of course, Prime members will get free shipping with no minimum spend on any items bought internationally.

We pulled together a list of 20+ deals from the Prime Day sale on day 2 that you need to know about. Scroll through and start shopping. Remember to check out the full list of Amazon Australia deals on for Prime Day so you can compare before you buy.

20+ Amazon Prime Day deals from day 2

Category Deal
Beauty Up to 50% off cosmetics and skincare from L'Oreal, Rimmel, Revlon and more – Shop now
Grocery Save up to 23% on select Coca Cola – Shop now
Grocery Save up to 50% on select Vegemite and Bega peanut butter products – Shop now
Gaming Up to 25% off selected Nintendo Switch games – Shop now
Health Save up to 50% on sports nutrition and vitamins from Optimum Nutrition, Nature's Own and more – Shop now
Baby 30% off Pampers nappies – Shop now
Appliances Save up to 50% on Philips personal care appliances – Shop now
Appliances Oral B 9000 Star Wars Limited Edition toothbrush – Shop now
Camera Save up to 25% on select Canon Powershot G3X digital cameras – Shop now
Electronics Save 25% on Bose SoundSport Free true wireless headphones – Shop now
Electronics Sennheiser PXC550 noise cancelling headphones – Shop now
Wireless Save on Garmin 735XT – Shop now
Fashion Save up to 40% on select Under Armour styles – Shop now
Fashion Up to 60% off select Tommy Hilfiger men's clothing – Shop now
Fashion Up to 50% off select Puma clothing and shoes – Shop now
Fashion Up to 50% off select Lorna Jane activewear – Shop now
Watches Up to 50% off top selling watch brands – Shop now
Kitchen Save 25% on select Le Creuset cast iron cookware – Shop now
Kitchen Up to 30% off Philips airfryers – Shop now
Appliances Up to 49% off select DeLonghi coffee machines – Shop now
Kitchen Save 25% on select Joseph Joseph – Shop now
Appliances Save 45% on select Goldair heaters and electric blankets – Shop now
Tools Save up to 50% on Bosch power tools – Shop now
Toys Save up to 30% on select NERF – Shop now
Entertainment Save up to 50% on select 2019 Oscar winning DVDs – Shop now

If you want to know more about Amazon Prime you can read more here or if you just want to read about the streaming perks, you can see all the info here. See Amazon Prime and eBay Plus compared to see which service has the best benefits. There's a 30-day free trial so you can try before you commit. After the trial, Prime costs $6.99 a month or $59 a year, not a bad deal considering you get the streaming perks too.

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