Amazon Prime Day arrives October 13th!

Better late than never. That’s the moniker for this year’s Prime Day, which would normally take place in July, but was delayed due to the fact we’re amidst a global pandemic and all that.

Now taking place in just 2 weeks time, the event will begin on October 13th and finish just a day later on October 14th.

Australian’s got their first taste of Prime Day last year, with the opening of local distribution centres and the company officially expanding to our land down-under the initial offering was a tad undercooked for most.

This year promises to be a little different and now that we’ve had a look at what might be on the cards here’s hoping the offers are more akin to those in the US & UK whom have enjoyed Prime Day since 2015.

For the uninitiated, Prime Day offers a raft of heavily discounted items from Amazon and it’s affiliated vendors to those whom have an Amazon Prime membership.

Prime, which normally costs A$6.99/month and offers access to expedited shipping and video services, can be signed up for on a free 30 day trial, which will in turn give you access to the sale.

Details on exactly what deals are available are still to come, but Amazon have highlighted both some “pre-Prime Day deals” as well as some local small businesses that you can support on the day.

Source: Amazon Prime Day