Amazon Prime Day home and appliance deals to expect: Philips, iRobot and more

Posted: 11 May 2021 9:25 am
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These are the items to watch out for this Prime Day, based on last year's sales.

As the largest online retailer in the world, Amazon's shopping event is not to be missed.

The Prime Day sales span everything from popular tech devices to beauty products, making them a great opportunity for shoppers to stock up on everything they've recently been eyeing off.

With Amazon remaining tight-lipped about the upcoming deals though, we dug through the best offers from the last Prime Day event to bring you the home and appliance sales we're expecting to see.

Amazon Prime Day deals we're expecting to see

Vacuum cleaners

If you're in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, you can expect to clean up this Prime Day. At the last sales event, Amazon offered a range of deals on stick vacuums, upright vacuums and robot vacuums, making it easy to find the right model for your home.

Notable deals from last year included 40% off the Miele Complete C3 Family All-rounder Vacuum Cleaner, 20% off the iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum and 10% off selected Bosch vacuums.

Smart home devices

We're almost guaranteed to see some great savings on Amazon devices this Prime Day, after almost the entire range was discounted last year.

This means you should be able to bag a bargain on the entire Echo range, as well as on smart plugs, cameras and lights.

Smart lighting

One of the most popular deals we witnessed last Prime Day was up to 45% off selected Philips Hue smart lighting, which means we'll hopefully be seeing it again this time around.

The deal included a range of top-rated products, such as the Smart Bridge, the Wireless Smart Dimming Kit and the Play Ambiance Smart LED Bar Light.

Home audio

Prime Day has proven to be a great time to shop for audio products, with past events bringing tons of discounts on speakers, sound bars and headphones.

One brand to look out for on the day is Bose, as Amazon usually discounts popular products like the Soundbar 700, SoundLink Revolve Portable Bluetooth Speaker and Portable Home Smart Speaker.

When is Amazon Prime Day 2021?

Given that the last Prime Day event was delayed until October, consumers have been asking when the next sale will be.

Though an official date is yet to be announced, Amazon has said that the event will take place, "before the end of the second quarter."

The Wirecutter and various other sites have speculated that this means a Prime Day event will be coming no later than June.

How do I shop the Amazon Prime Day sales?

While Amazon Prime Day does include a few sales for regular shoppers, it almost exclusively offers deals for Amazon Prime members.

To make the most of the offers, we strongly recommend signing up for an Amazon Prime account if you haven't done so already.

In addition to granting you access to the sales, membership will also get you free delivery on millions of eligible items, unlimited access to over 1,000 books and magazines with Prime reading and unlimited access to movies and TV episodes with Prime Video.

It also comes with a free trial period, after which it costs $6.99 per month.

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

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