Amazon is kicking off Prime Day early with a selection of hot deals

Posted: 9 July 2018 9:40 am
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Free smart speakers, free games and free money are all up for grabs in advance of Amazon's biggest sales event.

Australian bargain hunters have likely already set their alarms for 12:00pm on 16 July, ready and raring to take full advantage of our country's first Amazon Prime Day.

While there will likely be hundreds of deals to pore over when the sale kicks off (and we'll be highlighting the best right here at finder), you don't have to wait until the 16th to get your hands on a juicy deal. Amazon has already gone live with a number of pre-sale offers focused on its various services, and some of the deals are quite compelling.

Right now, you can score yourself a free Amazon Echo Dot with any purchase of a full-sized Amazon Echo, or score $10 of Amazon credit for signing up to Amazon Prime Video and simply streaming anything on the service for the first time. You'll also find deals for Amazon's streaming music service Amazon Music, popular audiobook platform Audible and the massive eBook library service Kindle Unlimited.

For all the Amazon Prime Day pre-sale offers currently available, check out the table below:

Offer Expiry date Get it
Get a free Amazon Echo Dot when you buy an Amazon Echo 2018-07-15 Get it
Get $10 Amazon credit when you stream your first Amazon Prime Video 2018-07-17 Get it
Get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 2018-07-17 Get it
Get 2 months of Kindle Unlimited for free 2018-07-31 Get it
Get 3 months of Audible for free 2018-07-31 Get it
Get free games with Twitch Prime N/A Get it

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