Amazon Prime Day is growing to a day and a half.
The tech giant is promising double the amount of deals on Amazon devices for Prime Day 2018, with the biggest deals it's done so far on Alexa products like the Echo, Fire TV and Fire tablets. Just last week we wondered if we'd see another Echo Show deal before Prime Day, and the answer is unequivocally "yes".
But Amazon's big deal days are also a whirlwind. For those gamer parents out there, if you have a Prime account, any teens in your family get the service for free.
There will be more than one million deals available through Prime Day, says Amazon.
Get the lowest prices on products from collections available exclusively on Amazon, including up to 25% off furniture and décor from Rivet and Stone & Beam, up to 20% off AmazonBasics items, and 30% off products from Presto!, Mama Bear and Solimo, among others.
It will start on July 16 at 3 p.m. ET.
That's it for our Amazon Prime Day top tips.
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Amazon Prime does offer a lot of value, but it's not really meant for everyone. If you've been on the fence about signing up for Amazon's services, such as Amazon Music unlimited or kindle unlimited, look out for lead-up and Prime Day discounts.
Members will have access to exclusive new items from brands such as KitchenAid, Scotch-Brite, Sennheiser and WowWee, for a limited time during the event. In-game content for Warframe and Playerunknown's Battlegrounds are also being given away to Twitch Prime users.
On Amazon Prime Day 2017, more than five million items were purchased in the United Kingdom alone. Amazon said it signed up more new Prime members a year ago on Prime Day than any other single day in company history.
"Watch" the deals you like: Prime Day gives shoppers a preview, make sure you hit watch to keep an eye on them and get notifications when the sale goes live. To-date, Amazon has about 100 million Amazon Prime members globally. But if you have family members hoping to get in on the bargains, you can add a household member to your plan under Amazon Household.
According to Amazon, this year's event will feature twice as many "Spotlight Deals". Since then, the number of offers has risen from around 100,000 to more than a million.
The usual cost is £7.99 per month (£9.99 per month for non-Prime members), so that's a saving of £28 (or £36).
If there is a particular product you are looking for, you should set up deal alerts on items and products you know you want so that you can snag the deal as soon as it is updated.