Everything You Need To Know About Amazon Prime Day -- Shop Deals Early!

Amazon deliveries are in overdrive

Every year, Amazon purges a massive amount of its inventory by holding a 24 (actually 36) hour deep-discount sale day.

Amazon Prime Day is one-and-a-half days of special discounts exclusive to Amazon Prime members.

Amazon Prime Day starts at noon on Monday 16th July, with thousands of deals and offers set to go live between then and midnight on Tuesday 17 July. To ensure you don't end up buying a lot of things you don't need, it's better to decide what you want.

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For the uninitiated, Amazon Prime Day is Amazon's take on Black Friday. If you're new to all this, Lightning Deals are like flash sales, they're available for a limited time and with a small amount of stock. "We are confident that our striking deals will be well received by the audience and will turn out to be a delightful shopping experience".

We spend way too much time reviewing all the best 4K TVs, best TVs under £1000, and best TVs under £500 - or at any rate our elderly TV reviewing retainer, Steve May does - and we know that TVs from LG and Sony are quality, whilst those from Toshiba are superb value.

Are deals only available in the UK? The Prime Day price of the Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet will be £59.99 (down from £99.99), while the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet will also receive a £40 price drop - the Prime Day price is £89.99. As the sales event is a huge success for the e-tailer, there may well be more in 2018.

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