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The Amazon Prime Day deals have already started dropping in Australia

Business Insider Australia logo Business Insider Australia 1/07/2019 Chris Jager, Lifehacker
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Amazon Prime Day -- AKA the world's single biggest online shopping event -- kicks off on July 15. However, Amazon Australia has decided to jump the gun with a handful of exclusive offers. Here are the deals you can get right now!

Amazon Prime Day is an annual sales event for Prime customers where you can score huge discounts across every product category. This includes 4K TVs, smart home gear, video games, kitchen appliances, pantry staples, toys and fashion.

The main sale stars on July 15 but here are a few early offers that have already bolted out the gate. (All of the deals below are exclusive to Prime customers - which you can nab a free trial of here.)

Amazon Prime Day Deals

Free Prime Day Concert 2019: Tune in to see Taylor Swift performing live with Dua Lipa, SZA, Becky G, and host Jane Lynch. Presented by Amazon Music, exclusively for Prime members. Click here.

$0.99 Amazon Prime Music: Amazon Australia is offering four months of Amazon Prime Music for just 99 cents, down from $11.99 per month. The deal is only available to new subscribers. Click here.

40% off select Books: Prime members can currently score an extra 10% off discounted books. Includes fiction, non-fiction and children's books. Click here.

Free expedited shipping from Amazon US: This offer applies to Prime eligible items shipped and sold by sellers labelled "Amazon US". (Usually a shipping fee applies.) Click here.

Free Kindle Unlimited offer: Get three months of Kindle Unlimited with unlimited access to over 1 million books for $0.00. (Normally, this costs $13.99 per month.) Click here.

Free Audible trial: There's a free three-month trial for Audible too, which contains the world’s largest library of audiobooks. After the trial, the price bumps up to $16.45 per month, but you can cancel at any time. Click here.

Remember, you need to be an Amazon Prime member to get the full discounts. It currently costs $6.99 per month to join the service, but there's also a free 30-day trial available. Our advice is to sign up now and follow our guide to get the best deal.

Gallery: Your guide to Amazon Prime Day 2019


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