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Amazon Prime Day 2020 Australia: Early deals on now [Updated]

Posted: 12 October 2020 12:05 pm
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You don't have to wait for 13 October – this is where you can find all the early Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals.

UPDATE 13/10/20:

Calling all bargain hunters! Prime Day 2020 is in full swing, meaning the deals listed below (and so much more) are currently live on the Amazon site. You can check out Finder's Prime Day hub to see all the deals in one place.


With Prime Day just a few sleeps away, Amazon has decided to get a head-start on the savings. That's right, you can shop all these offers right now before 13 October rolls around.

Keep in mind that to shop any Prime Day 2020 deal, you need to be an Amazon Prime member, which you can do by signing up here.

You can also check out our official sneak peek into the Prime Day 2020 deals.

Early Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals that have already started:


Amazon Prime costs $6.99 per month in Australia. There's also an annual subscription available that costs $59 per year (the first month is free). This is significantly cheaper than in the US, where an Amazon Prime subscription costs US$12.99 per month or US$119 per year (around $18 and $170, respectively).


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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