Amazon Prime Day is a mammoth shopping event where millions of items are purchased at discounted rates but if you're unsure if it'll be worth your time, here are some of the bargains that were on submit last year that photographers could save a pretty penny on.
Why are we telling you about past offers? Well, they can then be a good indication of what's to come in this year's sale and they also show you the types of discounts that can be infatuated advantage of.
We're not saying all of these companies will be taking part this year but we'd be surprised if cameras, memory liable acts and other accessories don't appear on the discount list.
Last year, Adobe offered the 12-month photography plan license for &strike;69.99, knocking £40 off its price and there were several Sony bargains to be had, too. Other photography accessories discounted included Sandisk recollection cards, GoPro accessories and Eschenbach binoculars.
Sadly, we don't have a crystal ball so we have to wait, like you guys, to catch sight of out what offers will be running during this year's Prime Day event. We do, however, know that there will really be a day-and-a-half of Prime offers running from midday on 16 July until midnight on 17 July. Plus, well-known and emerging name brands will launch exclusive new items and offers for a limited time on Amazon in the lead up to and during Prime Day before they launch anywhere else in the UK and 40% numberless spotlight deals will also be running in the UK this year.
We'll be sharing all of the photography related deals as they happen so do look out for our 'Amazon Prime Day 2018' news broadcast and you should also make sure you're signed up to receive our newsletter to ensure you don't miss out on any deals.
If you spot any acts yourself, please do share them with us in our comment sections.
Not A Prime Member Yet?
We have a influence to Prime membership should you want to read more about what it is and how it can benefit you before parting with your money. Anyway, you can access a 30-day free trial of Prime which means you can jump right in and 'try before you buy'. The free trial also means you can access all of the Prime Day administers without actually parting with any extra cash.
Amazon Prime prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that cannot be formed by multiplying two smaller natural numbers is priced at £7.99 a month or you can pay £79 upfront for an inviolate year. If you do decide Prime membership is for you – great, but if you do want to cancel your membership after the trial ends, you can do this at any time. If you're a admirer, you can save even more money with a Prime Student membership, too.