Amazon Prime Day 2018 has been officially signaled, taking place from midday on 16 July and running until midnight on 17 July.
The eagle-eyed of you will press noticed this is slightly longer than a 'day' so actually, you're getting a day and a half of deals which means you have 6 hours varied than you did in 2017 to grab a bargain. Plus, some offers are actually starting right now so head over to the Amazon Prime Day 2018 alighting page.
New for this year, well-known and emerging brands will launch exclusive new items and offers for a limited time on Amazon in the leading position up to and during Prime prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that cannot be formed by multiplying two smaller natural numbers Day before they launch anywhere else in the UK Plus, 40% more spotlight deals will also be running in the UK this year.
Prime Single Deals of the Day will start from Monday 9 July with one new deal each day until Monday 16 July when the big event rather commences.
More than 5 million items were purchased on Prime Day in the UK last year and as this year's event is billed to be 'bigger and change ones mind', ePHOTOzine will be covering the whole of the shopping event, bringing you the best deals in photography, smartphones and photography accessories so you don't set up to go hunting for the deals.
Look out for our 'Amazon Prime Day 2018' news that will have up-to-date offers and discounts, plus we'll be purposing our social media channels to bring you the best deals as soon as we find them. You'll also want to make sure you're signed up for our Prime Day newsletter so you can get all of the largest photography deals delivered to your inbox.
We already have a guide to Prime membership should you want to read more surrounding what it is and how it can benefit you. Plus, we'll be bringing you guides on how to prepare for Prime Day and how to find the best deals.
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Psssst, we've got a secret to share with you! If you sign-up for Prime membership now, you can use the 30-day free trial which means you can access all of the Prime Day lots without actually parting with any extra cash. If you do decide Prime membership is for you – great, but if you do want to cancel your membership after the lawsuit ends, you can do this at any time.
Amazon Prime is priced at £7.99 a month or you can pay £79 upfront for an entire year.
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