Prime Big Deal Days 2023 (October 10th-11th) EVERYTHING we know and how to MAXIMISE your savings!

Prime Big Deal Days 2023 (October 10th-11th) EVERYTHING we know and how to MAXIMISE your savings!

Maximising your savings on Amazon Prime Big Deal Days requires a bit more than simply logging in and clicking ‘add to basket’, although keep an eye on our deal feed as lots of those will be as simple as clicking buy!

While the UK’s Amazon Prime Big Deal Days offers a plethora of deals across various categories like electronics, household items, fashion, and more, it’s important to navigate through this shopping bonanza in a smart way. Here are some savvy tips to ensure you get the most bang for your pound! By combining these strategies, you’ll be well-positioned to make the most of Amazon Prime Big Deal Days, securing top deals without feeling the post-shopping spree guilt. Happy bargain hunting!

Is this different to Prime Day?

It’s basically the same but takes place in October Vs Prime Day which takes place in July. The event kickstarts at 00:01 on 10th October and ends 23.59 BST on 11th October.

What is included this year?

Sadly we cannot say until the day, however, Amazon say they will offer their lowest prices this year on select products from Barbie, Samsung Mobile UK, Sony, Western DigitalXiaomi across the two day Prime Member exclusive event, they’ve also confirmed deals on brands like Bose, Shark, Oral B and Fitbit, as well as a wide selection of discounts from small businesses across the UK

Get your Prime Membership Sorted

Firstly, get your Prime membership sorted well in advance. This is essential since Amazon Prime Big Deal Days are exclusively for Amazon Prime members. If you’re not a member, you can often sign up for a free trial, which usually lasts 30 days.

Prepare a Wish List

Secondly, prepare an Amazon wish list. Amazon allows you to create multiple lists where you can add the items you’re interested in. As Prime Day approaches, keep an eye on these items and see if their prices drop. This way, you’re not buying on impulse but securing deals on items you actually want or need.

Potentially create a Baby Wishlist if you’re buying for a child (for a possible 15% off)

Don’t overlook the Lightning Deals and Deal of the Day offers

These are time-sensitive and stock-limited deals that can offer substantial discounts, just be careful as some are often at these prices. These items often sell out quickly, so if you see something you want, don’t hesitate too long. See all Lightning Deals and Deals of the Day

Get £15 off £30 by using an unused Prime Benefit

£15 off £30 spend at Amazon for Prime Day (selected accounts) when you backup your photos with Amazon Photos

Remember Outlet might be cheaper

If you don’t mind open box, used or refurbished items extra discounts might be available on the Amazon Outlet.

Ensure your Subscribe and Save account is ready

Lastly, to really stretch your pound, look into ‘Subscribe & Save‘ options for products you use regularly and ALWAYS ensure you have at least 5 products being delivered to maximise your discount to up to 15% off, Amazon sometimes stacks this discount on top of the already reduced Prime Day prices.

Keep an eye on voucher codes and coupons

These can sometimes be applied even on Prime Day specials.

Keep an eye on Amazon Launchpad Products

See Launchpad

What else have Amazon Said?

“We are always looking for ways to offer customers even more value and opportunities to save throughout the year…. Prime Big Deal Days will offer Prime members a wide selection of deals across some of our most popular items, including products from big brands and small businesses across the UK.” – John Boumphrey, UK Country Manager of Amazon.


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