Amazon Prime Day 2020: Best deals from day two

Posted: 14 October 2020 10:04 am

Vanessa Hudgens with Amazon Prime boxes

Grab 64% off Just Dance for Nintendo Switch, 50% off selected New Balance sneakers and up to 44% off selected WD hard drives.

It's now day two of Amazon's massive Prime Day shopping event, which means it's time to grab a bargain if you haven't done so already.

In addition to the tens of thousands of deals that were released throughout the day yesterday, Amazon has just dropped another round of offers on everything from Barbie dolls to hard drives, making it easy to snap up everything on your shopping list.

Some of the most notable offers include a whopping 64% off Just Dance 2020 for Nintendo Switch, up to 50% off selected New Balance Shoes and up to 44% off a selection of WD hard drives.

Those looking to get a head start on their Christmas shopping will be happy to note that prices have also been slashed across a range of popular toys, including up to 40% off selected Transformers, up to 40% off selected Star Wars collector's figures and up to 40% off selected Barbies.

There are also plenty more new sale items that you can check out below. Alternatively, you can head to our Prime Day deals guide to see an extensive list of current deals across all categories.

Best Amazon Prime Day day two deals

Amazon Prime Day will conclude at at 11:59pm on Wednesday 14 October. Deals from the US site will also then be available to Australians through the Amazon Global Store until 6pm on Thursday 15 October.

To be eligible to shop the deals, you will need to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership if you haven't already done so.

Amazon Prime membership comes with a free 30-day trial, after which it costs $6.99 a month. It also includes free delivery on eligible items, unlimited access to over 1,000 books and magazines with Prime reading, unlimited access to movies and TV episodes with Prime Video and ad-free songs and playlists with Prime Music.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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