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Amazon Prime Day 2021 Australia: Early deals on now

Posted: 17 June 2021 9:08 am
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You don't have to wait for 21 June – here are all the early Amazon Prime Day 2021 deals you can get right now.


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Amazon Prime Day 2021 has kicked off ahead of schedule. There are currently a bevy of early-bird deals on the Prime Day hub page, with more appearing at irregular intervals. Here are the biggest bargains so far. You can also check out Finder's Prime Day guide to see all the bargains and shopping tips in one place.

The following deals are available right now – presumably in a bid to drum up some preliminary interest in the sale. There's no telling what other deals will be available when the sale kicks off on 21 June, but for now, these are the very best bargains available on Amazon's website.

Keep in mind that to shop the Prime Day 2021 deals, you need to be an Amazon Prime member, which you can do by signing up for a free 30-day trial here.

You can also check out our official shopping guide to Prime Day 2021.

Early Amazon Prime Day 2021 deals

  • Save 50% on Amazon Echo Auto: Buy it for $39, down from $79.
  • Save $100 on Echo Studio: Buy it for $229, down from $329.
  • Save $70 on Ring Video Doorbells: Buy it for $229, down from $299.
  • Save $50 on Instant Vortex Mini Air Fryers: Buy it for $99, down from $149.
  • Save $30 on Echo Show 5: Buy it for $99, down from $129.
  • Save 34% on Echo Dot (3rd Gen): Buy it for $39, down from $59.
  • Get up to 50% off Lego Art sets: Prices start at $99.
  • Save $20 on Kindle Paperwhite: Buy it for $179, down from $199.
  • Get $70 off Echo Show 8: Buy it for $159, down from $229.
  • Get $20 off Echo Dot with Clock: Buy it for $79, down from $99.
  • Save $20 on Ring Stick Up Cam Elite: Buy it for $236.95, down from $256.95.
  • Get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited free: Get 4 months of the premium streaming tier with unlimited access to more than 60 million songs, ad-free. (After that, it's $11.99 a month and customers can cancel at any time.)
  • Get 3 months of Audible free: Get a free audiobook of your choice each month, a bonus monthly audiobook chosen by Audible's editors and unlimited access to hundreds of hours of audio. (After that, it's $16.45 a month and customers can cancel at any time.)
  • Get a free 3-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited: Gain access to over 1 million titles and thousands of audiobooks on any device. (After that, it's $13.99 a month and customers can cancel at any time.)
  • Prime members and customers can rent popular movies starting from $0.99 on Prime Video Store.

We'll be updating this page as more deals come through, so be sure to bookmark it and check it again before the big day.

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About Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is an annual shopping event chiefly aimed at Prime customers. It offers some of the biggest deals of the year from thousands of participating brands including Nintendo, PlayStation, Dyson, Xbox, Nike, Samsung, Apple and Thermomix.

To see more Amazon Prime Day lead-up deals, head to Finder's Amazon Prime Day 2021 sales hub.

Amazon Prime costs and included features

Amazon Prime costs $6.99 per month in Australia. This is significantly cheaper than it is in the US, where an Amazon Prime subscription costs US$12.99 per month. There's also a free 30-day trial for new customers.

An Amazon Prime membership offers exclusive deals and discounts, along with free shipping on millions of eligible items. It also grants access to the Amazon Prime Video streaming service and Amazon Music Unlimited, and it gives you free access to over 1,000 digital books, comics and magazines via Prime Reading.

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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