The best deals from Amazon Prime Day 2018

Posted: 16 July 2018 2:51 pm
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Here are the deals that you should spend your money during the Amazon Prime Day sales.

Amazon Prime Day has officially started here in Australia. This one-and-a-half-day sale features some big discounts and rare deals, but you have to be a Prime customer to get access to them of course! Starting at 12pm AEST on 16 July, you have roughly 36 hours to take advantage of all the hot sales.

Amazon Australia is well-known in the market for offering some of the most competitive prices and some of the best sales. Amazon Prime Day is certainly no exception. This global sale has seen deals across top categories like home and garden, tech, fashion and beauty. We've seen deals like up to 60% off womenswear with brands like Calvin Klein, JAG, Levis and more, 50% off watches like Daniel Wellington, Michael Kors and Fossil and hundreds of dollars off on tech like the Amazon Echo.

If you're not sure where to start this Amazon Prime Day, then you're in luck. Our team have pulled together a list of the absolute best deals you can find during the sale. You can see our picks for where to spend your money in the table below. And of course if you want to check out all the deals, head over to our list of all the sales on during Amazon Prime Day.

If you are one of the first Australians to sign up to Amazon Prime, then you can get shopping right away. But if you haven't yet signed up to Prime, you may want to consider it. You'll get access to some top shipping benefits, access to the streaming service - and of course access to all the red-hot deals on offer today.

You'll have to act quick as many deals are only live for a certain amount of time. This means they may not be live yet or could finish before you check out. In other words, act fast and get shopping!

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Best deals for Amazon Prime Day

Fashion & Beauty

  • 60% off women's lingerie
  • 60% off Lorna Jane Activewear
  • Up to 60% Off Select Women's Shoes including Birkenstock, Jaggar and Hush Puppies
  • 20% off Rayban Aviator sunglasses
  • Up to 50% off a select range of men and women's watches
  • Up to 60% off women's fashion including Calvin Klein, JAG, Lacoste and more.
  • 40-70% off big beauty brands including Rimmel, Max factor and more
  • Up to 60% off women and men's footwear including Sol Sana, Tommy Hilfiger and Birkenstocks

Tech

  • 50% off Amazon Echo Plus
  • $40 off Amazon Echo Dot
  • 32% off PS4 Pro 1TB Console with Bonus Fortnite Content. Original Retail price $559.95. New price $379
  • 25% off Roccat gaming headset
  • $1 for 3 months Kindle unlimited membership

Kids

  • Save 80% off NUK Thermo Express bottle warmers.
  • One month supply on Huggies nappies for $29.99
  • 50% off Tommee Tippee Nursing & Feeding Accessories.
  • Save up to 45% on Project Nursery Baby Monitors.
Amazon Australia launched in Australia at the end of 2017, no longer were Aussie's confined to only shopping global items from the UK and US based stores. But it wasn't until June of 2018 that Amazon Australia finally announced that Prime was officially available to Australian customers. To read all about Prime in Australia you can head over to our guide to Amazon Prime.

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