5 things to know about Amazon Prime day

10 July, 2018, 05:57 | Author: Miranda Cannon
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The sale frenzy provides several exclusive discounts to Aussie Amazon Prime members, and lasts until midnight (AEST) on July 17th. The annual retail holiday, which has become the biggest shopping day outside of Black Friday, is only open to members.

Existing Kindle Unlimited subscribers are NOT eligible.

Amazon Music announced Friday that it will celebrate the company's "Prime Day" on July 11 with a series of performances in NY by Alessia Cara, Kelsea Ballerini and Julia Michaels. Although, there are thousands and thousands of products on sale, so it's a good idea to start thinking about what you need now so don't get overwhelmed. This drops the one-year subscription down to $80.32 and the two-year subscription to $143.86.

The Thrifter team is going to be covering ALL things Prime Day, and you won't want to miss out.

Be sure to check back often, as this page will be constantly adding fresh new deals.


"Prime members in Australia have access to the widest selection of Prime benefits at launch for any country ever", states Amazon Australia. After that period expires, Amazon Prime costs about $12.99 (£9.79) per month.

Students can also get six months free when they sign up and pay just £3.99 per month once that trial ends.

Amazon is offering a Prime Day quiz which will serve as entry for a chance to win a Lexus ES.

Prime Day deals will be identified by a badge, which reads "Prime Day deal" on a blue background.

The Amazon India Prime Day sale will start at 12 pm on July 16, and the Prime day deals will be live for 36 hours till July 17.

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