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Amazon Prime Day 2022: date and first offers for you in advance!

Bargains must get the July 12 and 13, 2022 mark it in red on the calendar. Because Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place on these two hot summer days. As always one counts Active Prime membership required, to save big on products from almost all areas during the event. Smartphones, televisions, laptops, tools and much more end up in the digital shopping cart at reduced prices. But Amazon is already sweetening your wait time with early discounts and additional Prime benefits!

If you don’t have a subscription yet, use it first 30 days with all the advantages free. In addition to free premium shipping, you can also enjoy Prime Video, Amazon Music, and more. After the trial phase, Amazon Prime costs EUR 7.99 per month or EUR 69 for one year.

Cheap deals before Prime Day!

Of course, there are great deals on Amazon even before Prime Day 2022. If you don’t want to wait until the start and want to take advantage of early deals today, you’ll find great deals below that are updated daily. Whether notebook, air-conditioning either bosch tool, There is something for everyone here. To properly celebrate the biggest deals event for Prime users, Amazon will kick off the first Prime Day deals on June 21, 2022. Of course, well-known Amazon devices like Echos, Fire TV, Fire Tablets & Tablets shouldn’t be missing either. Co. From July 6, 2022 you can expect great discounts here!

When is the first day?

Now it’s official: Prime Day begins this year on July 12, 2022 and lasts for 48 hours, as in previous years. Keen bargain hunters can look forward to great deals through and including July 13. The campaign page for Amazon Prime Day 2022 is now available for a first test.

What is PrimeDay?

Amazon Prime Day is an exclusive online shopping event for Prime members only. It was first held in 2015 to celebrate Amazon’s 20th birthday. Since 2019, the online mail-order company has been enticing customers with meter discounts for a full 48 hours. In addition to daily deals, you’ll also find lightning deals where you can save a lot for a short time.

How much are you saving on Prime Day?

But are Prime Day deals really any good? Of course, that can’t be said yet for the upcoming Prime Day. In 2021 the portal had become cheaper take a closer look at the previous year’s deals. The company reviewed a total of 120 offers. The result: Amazon was actually the cheapest supplier for 89 percent of the products. According to this, shopping fans were able to save a lot, especially in the audio area, on tools, PCs and laptops.

Players Beware: Full Range of Free Games

Prime Gaming is also included with Prime membership. Amazon splashes and skin for prime day more than 30 free games. These include current games like “Grid Legends” and “Mass Effect Legendary Edition” as well as exciting indie titles like “The Darkside Detective” and “The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor.” To shorten the wait for the upcoming Prime Day, Amazon will launch the first games exclusively for Prime customers on June 21, 2022.

Prime Day 2022 on Amazon: Test Audible & Co

In addition to products, Amazon offers various memberships with free months or discounts as part of Prime Day. Below is an overview of the best service offerings:

  • audio book service Audible use 30 days free, Prime customers currently even 60 days and get another free audiobook in the first month. The prerequisite is that you do not have an active Audible subscription or have claimed a trial month.

As part of Prime Day, Prime members can also look forward to longer trial periods for Amazon Music Unlimited, Kindle Unlimited, a competition, and discounts on select clothing, shoes, and accessories from Amazon brands like Amazon Essentials, The Drop, or Iris & Lilly.

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