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Amazon Prime Day – All the BEST Deals with Times & Priced Checked – UPDATED 11th July

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Amazon is holding a special Prime Day Sale. It seems to have started although the official kick off time is 6pm tonight through to 11th July 2017.

I have listed my favourite deals that are available and also crossed checked the prices against UKCamelCamel (UCC). UCC tracks the prices on Amazon and lists the lowest ever price the item sold for. I have shown this price for as many items as possible. This way you can check if the Prime Sale offer price is a decent deal or not.

This page will be updated so keep checking back.

Amazon Prime Deals – Latest Offers –

Amazon Echo will be £79.99 

Amazon Echo Dot 2nd Generation – From 6pm tonight just £34.99

30% off Hive, Nest, Canary and Other Smart Home Brands Gear

30% off TV’s from Sony, LG and others

30% off headphones from Sony, Sennheiser, Philips, Jaybird, Bose and more.

30% off Smart Lighting from Philips Hue, Lifx and others. Huge offers.

Up to 30% off Smart Watches from Samsung, Huawei, Garmin and more

Microsoft Surface 4 with Cover £476

Up to 20% off Sony Cameras. Now’s the time to grab that camera!

Uo to 30% off Fitbit

Sandisk 128gb micro sd card , just £27.49

Polar Unisex M600 Sorts Fitness Watch
Deal starts at 2.05am 11th July. UCC Price £202.

AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 4 Ports Aluminum. Deal starts at 3.20am. UCC price £8.90.

Aukey 20,000mAh Power Bank Lightning & Micro USB input, dual outputs, price will be £15.99. Deals starts at 5.40pm on 11th July.


Asus RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Router
Deal starts at 6.10am 11th July. UCC Price £145.

TomTom Runner 3 GPS Running Watch
Deal starts 6.40am. UCC price £185.

Aukey Clip On Wide Angle & Macro Lens for iPhone, Samsung and more , recently reviewed by me, will be £12.99. Deal starts at 7am, 11th July. UCC price £15.99.

Netatmo Rain Gauge. Deals starts 7.10am. UCC price £45.

Panasonic 4K Blu-Ray Player
Deal starts at 8am. UCC price £257.

Samsung 4K Blu-Ray Player
Deal starts at 8am. UCC price £195.

Panasonic TX-32CS510B 32 inch Smart HD Ready LED TV with Freetime
Deal starts 8.05am. UCC price £218.

Sandisk 256gb micro sd card. Class 10. Deals starts 8.25am. UCC price £125.

Pentax Papilio II 8.5 x 21 Close Focus Binocular. Deals starts 8.40am. UCC price £125.

Sony XDRS40 DAB/DAB+/FM Ultra Compact Digital Radio. Deal starts 9.05am. UCC price £28.

Pioneer XDP-100R High Resolution Digital Audio Player
Deal starts at 9.40am. UCC price £269.

DJI Osmo Mobile Phone Stabiliser
Deal goes live at 10.15am. UCC price £257.

Jabra Elite Sport True Bluetooth Wireless Waterproof Fitness EarBuds
Deal starts at 10.24am. UCC price £127.

Aukey Magnetic Wireless Bluetooth in Ear Headphones, just reviewed by myself, will be £14.99. Deals starts midnight 15th July.

This page will be updated so keep checking back.



Editorial – Amazon PrimeDay – Bonanza or Borderline?

Unless you had been hibernating yesterday, you would have heard about Amazon holding a one day sale, called PrimeDay for all its Prime members. It was billed by Amazon as bigger than Black Friday.

Well if you follow Amazon’s website you will know that prices fluctuate daily, hourly and even by the minute. Based on what I have seen over the recent years, the best deals often occur the week before Black Friday or randomly in December. Personally, I did not think the deals on offer yesterday were better than Black Friday.

These big day sales seem to offer old stock mixed with a few reasonable headline grabbing items. In fact, I noticed with PrimeDay, a percentage of electrical items from 7 months ago still being flogged. And then there was the endless cables, power adapters, power this and power that.

The next aspect of the sale was the discount being claimed. It was often overstated. Instead of using the discount from the lowest price it had been on sale on Amazon, the discount shown was typically off the RRP, or close to it. Is Amazon alone in the practice? No not at all. Nearly all online shopping stores and the high street participate in this way.

However, that is not to say it is all doom and gloom. There were several decent items available, and so long as you were actually going to buy it, then whatever amount you saved was a bonus. Also, an older electrical item is not to be discarded just because of its age. A decent pair of headphones will always sound good for example. For example the AKG K702 headphones were £110. That is unbelievable. These headphones were once over £330 and sound terrific. Another example. The original Pebble Smartwatch was being offered at £64.99 in 3 colours. The black had 40% of the stock redeemed and the red 44% redeemed. FitBit offered the Charge HR and Surge Smartwatch at its lowest prices to date. If Haribo Teddy Bears were your favourite sweet there was a good deal on a 3KG bag. That was so so so tempting 🙂

Personally, I decided to give Amazon Fire TV Stick a go. I was planning on buying this so the fact I saved a few pounds was a bonus. My wife had seen a box set of DVD’s at the weekend. I told her not to buy it just in case it was in the PrimeDay sale. It was and it was £14 less and this was the lowest price it had ever been on sale. The discount shown was also correct too.

The winners are clearly Amazon. Not only did the create a huge spike in sales on a single day but they also probably sold loads of Prime memberships leading up to PrimeDay. A true masterclass of marketing by Amazon! For example Amazon sold 35,000 Lord of the Rings Blu-Ray sets in 15 minutes and a Kate Spade handbag was sold out in a minute. However, not all shoppers were happy as Reuters reports – http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/07/15/us-amazon-com-primeday-idUSKCN0PP2WH20150715

So did you bag a bargain? And if so what did you buy?

Below are some tweets by frustrated shoppers –

Sources – reuters.com/wired.com/twitter.com