Amazon Prime Day 2022 – What we know so far…
Love shopping at the Amazon Prime Day?
We are looking forward to the day also. But if you are new to prime then Prime Day is a dedicated deals day that Amazon (and us) share LOTS of offers, some are better than Black Friday (in our opinion of course – nothing validated).
What is Amazon Prime Day?
The annual sale from the internet’s “everything shop” slashes the RRP off millions of products: think homewares, beauty, toys, tech, food and drink, and more. Despite its name, Amazon Prime Day is usually a two-day event, and every year grows in deals as well as fanfare with special offers and promotions not just on physical products but in Prime Video, Amazon Music, Audible audiobooks, Fire TV and more.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?
While no dates have been confirmed as yet for 2022, last year’s sale returned to its usual spring billing after a push-back to October in 2020 thanks to the pressures of the pandemic. While we don’t have the exact dates (yet), we can confirm that it will be held in July, which gives you plenty of time to get your wishlist together.
There’s no confirmed date, but it’s likely to be in the middle of July – either 12 or 19 July – but we’ll update once that’s locked in.
As is typical of Prime Day, the best deals to be scored were across tech and home appliances. Ninja’s multi-function Foodi MAX Health Grill and Air Fryer, which can bake, roast, reheat, dehydrate and grill as well as air fry making a proper kitchen practically obsolete, fell by a whopping £100, from £249.99 to £149.99. Nutribullets sold for as little as £43, while BBQ kings and queens were able to snap up a Campingaz party grill for £66.99, was £129.99.
While we can’t be sure, it certainly felt as though there was a digital stampede towards these foodie appliances from hungry buyers across the nation.
Meanwhile the price of Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones tumbled down to £94.99 from the original RRP of £179.95, and health fans were able to pick up a Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch for £113, down from £199.99.
One of the best deals we saw was £130 wiped off the price of a brand new (at the time) iPhone 12, taking it down to £879.99 from £935. Amazon aside, these deals are practically unheard of.