Welcome to Amazon Prime Day!
I love this day- it’s literally bigger than Black Friday. It’s a once-a-year sale from Amazon with THOUSANDS of products on sale. Like, 100,000 products.
And there are decent things on there too- last year we got a handheld Dyson at nearly half price and LOADS of bits for the motorhome.
Live in the UK? This is the UK page with special Amazon Prime discounts just for you!!
I’m a Prime member (you have to be to get access to the deals) and I’ve found it’s definitely worth the money. We buy a LOT through Amazon, and just in the postage savings alone we’ve more than covered the £7.99 monthly fee. That’s before you get started on the free movies, LOADS of boxsets and Amazon Exclusive shows (Hello, Outlander!)
In 2019, Prime Day runs for 48 hours on 15/16 July (I think it actually starts and finishes at 9am 15th July (UK time) until 9am 17th July)
The thing to remember is that the deals DO NOT all last for all of those 2 days.
They are either time sensitive and last a few hours, or there is only limited stock- when they’re gone, they’re gone!
Like, seriously gone.
I’m going to be keeping my eye out for great deals for motorhomes, RVs, campers, road trips and other travel goodies and I’ll share them here for you as I can.
But to benefit, you’ve got to be a Prime Member, so sign up here to make sure you’re ready to take advantage of the deals on the day!
The good news is that Amazon offers a 30-day trial for Prime, so you can sign up and see if it works for you. Just click this link and follow the easy instructions.
BONUS MONEY-SAVING TIP: Are you a student? You can get special discounts- just click the banner below to see the current offers.
Here are some of the potential items I’m going to be searching for:
Amazon Prime Day has now ended for 2019. This page will be updated for 2020. You can still sign up for Amazon Prime and enjoy all the benefits of membership.
When I find good deals, I’ll pop them here for you. Happy Shopping!
Kat never planned to buy a motorhome. She also never planned to quit her job as an air traffic controller, go touring around Europe in said motorhome, start one of the UK’s largest motorhome travel websites… or get a cocker spaniel.
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