Amazon Prime Day 2022: What UK deals to expect and how to take part | The Sun

Amazon Prime Day 2022: What UK deals to expect and how to take part | The Sun

AMAZON Prime Day 2022 is set to return this summer, so read on to find out how to prepare for the huge annual shopping event.

The two-day bonanza offers UK shoppers the chance to snap up incredible deals on everything from Echo Dots and Kindles, to Apple iPhones and Shark vacuum cleaners.

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Prime Day is officially back to it's normal slot in July, with Amazon revealing it will take place on July 12 and 13 this year.

Over the last few years – due to the pandemic and stock shortages – the date has moved from its traditional spot on the calendar.

In 2021 it took place in June, while in 2020 it was held much later in the year, in October.

The event is a great chance for Amazon Prime members to snap up big savings on items across all categories.

Thousands of price cuts will be rolled out over the two-day event, with mega offers on Amazon's popular own-brand devices among the highlights.

Amazon will also be teasing early deals from June 21, you can keep an eye on them as they launch by heading to the deals section on Amazon's website.

The online giant also offers various promotions around some of its most popular subscription services, such as Amazon Music and Amazon Video.

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When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Prime Day will take place on 12-13 July.

In 2020, due to the pandemic, Prime Day took place at a much later date in October.

While in 2021 it was moved forward, taking place on June 21-22.

Prime Day deals tend to kick off at midnight and run until 11:59pm the next day, giving shoppers a whole 48 hours to snap up bargains.

How to take part in Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day deals are only available for Amazon Prime members.

If you have never signed up for Prime, you can make the most of the 30-day free trial.

This will give you access to the sale deals during Prime Day, with the same perks as normal members.

Simply sign up here on the Amazon website. Just remember to cancel your membership after the trial is up to avoid paying the £7.99 a month/£79 a year fee.

You can read more about Amazon Prime membership here.

Where to find the best Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals?

The best place to find all the latest deals as they are launched is by heading to the Amazon Prime Day hub.

From there you will be able to filter through the categories that most interest you.

Amazon also recommend using their Watch List to spot any lightning deals that are only available for a limited time.

Shoppers can also download the Amazon app, set up deal alerts with Alexa devices, and sign up to the retailer's newsletters to stay in the loop.

What deals to expect for Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Deal-hunters will have two days to scout out the very best offers from Amazon.

It is too early to say whether Amazon will decide to tease shoppers with some early bird offers (although this has happened in the past).

Previously, some of the most popular categories with the biggest savings have been tech, gaming, Amazon own-brand devices, alcohol and beauty.

For instance, last year saw the Echo Dot 4th Gen slashed to £24.99 and Echo Buds dropped to £49.99, while the Apple iPhone 12 mini price was cut by £110 down to £639.

We also saw Shark's upright vacuum cleaner price cut to £183.99, saving shoppers a whopping £196 off.

For 2022, shoppers can expect massive price cuts across Amazon devices, with some deals kicking off from June 21.

The online giant has confirmed bargain-hunters will be able to save up to 55% on select devices, including Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) and Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) Kids, Kindle Paperwhite and Blink Video Doorbell.

It's also worth looking out for great value bundle deals on Amazon devices too while the sale is on to maximise your savings.

We also think it is likely for some key Apple products to feature in the discounts too.

With the arrival of a new MacBook and a new iPhone later this year, we may see some great offers on older models.

We could also see the classic AirPods and AirPod Max headphones also feature in price cuts too.

Household appliances and gadgets are also a popular option, so we're predicting that major brands such as Ninja, KitchenAid, Shark, Dyson and Tefal will no doubt be included in Prime Day savings.

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Amazon Prime Day 2022 shopping tips

If you are planning to take part in Prime Day this year, it is always advisable to prep in advance so your shopping experience is as enjoyable as possible.

  1. Make the most of Amazon's wish list function. It allows you to create a full of all the products you'd like to buy, and you can easily refer to it during the event to check what's been discounted.
  2. Always shop around and compare prices online to ensure you really are getting the best deal available.
  3. Use sites like CamelCamelCamel and Pricey Spy to look at price fluctuations throughout the year. They are great tools for shoppers to check if the discount on a particular item is really worth it.
  4. Download the Amazon app, from there you can set up deal alerts and check prices on coveted items quickly.
  5. Plan ahead and decide what products you'll be looking for during the sale, you can bookmark pages to make it easy to find them when Prime Day kicks off.

What were the best deals last year?

Last year saw an array of Apple products slashed including the Apple Watch Series 3 and AirPod Pro headphones.

Elsewhere we saw the popular Nintendo Switch bundles price cut by £42 and Simba Hybrid mattresses cut by a whopping 40%.

Check out below our top 10 Prime Day deals from 2021:

  1. New Apple iPhone 12 mini, £639 (saving £110)
  2. Echo Dot 4th Gen, £24.99 (saving £25)
  3. Apple Airpod Pro, £187.99 (lowest price ever)
  4. Ninja Foodi Maxi Grill and Air Fryer, £149.99 (saving £100)
  5. Simba Hybrid mattresses, (saving 40% off)
  6. Shark Anti Hair Wrap Cordless Stick, £199 (saving £200)
  7. Calvin Klein Eternity Moment for Women Eau de Parfum, £21.59 (saving £51.31)
  8. Oral B Smart 6000, £54.99 (saving £165)
  9. Nintendo Switch Bundle, £299.99 (saving £41.97)
  10. Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch, £119 (saving £80)

You will be able to view all the 2022 deals by visiting the Amazon Prime Day hub.

Can students take part in Prime Day?

Students can take part in Prime Day if they have an Amazon Prime membership.

Students can take advantage of the Amazon Student subscription, which has a reduced monthly cost of just £3.99, or £39 a year.

There's also a free six-month trial, which allows full access to all the perks and exclusive offers. You can sign up for Amazon Student here.

How to cancel your Amazon Prime 30-day free trial after Prime Day?

If you've signed up for an Amazon Prime trial to take part in the Prime Day event, you'll need to cancel the service before the 30 days expire or you will be charged the reoccurring monthly fee.

TIt's easy to cancel your subscription if you wish, simply sign into your Amazon account and head to "Manage Your Prime Membership".

From there select click "Cancel free trial" on the left-hand side of the page if you want to cancel right away.

Want to know more about Prime Day? Here's full details on when it will take place this summer.

Stay up to date with all the latest news and announcements about Amazon Prime Day here.

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