Amazon Prime Day 2024: Everything you need to know about the biggest sale event of the year from when its happening to predicted bestsellers

Amazon has unveiled the dates for the hotly anticipated Prime Day sale for 2024 Six day sales event will see hundreds of thousands of items heavily discounted To enjoy the discounts you need to be a Prime member and can sign up for free READ MORE: Bag the cult hydrating serum beauty fans love with 30 per cent off

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Amazon has revealed that its Prime Day 2024 sale will run from 19th July through to 21st July, making it the biggest ever Prime sale event from the marketplace giant.

Amazon Prime members will be able to save big on hundreds of thousands of products from big brands like Bose, Dyson, Apple, Instant Pot, de'Longhi, Bonds and so much more.

From luggage deals from Samsonite through to discounts on Lego, tech deals with Panasonic and even prices slashed on Finish and Quilton, there are epic deals from a wide variety of brands, available for Prime members.

Deals will be available across all categories from big ticket items like TVs and computers through to savings on everyday essentials like washing up liquid and cleaning products to help with the rising cost of living.

So for everything you need to know about Amazon's biggest sale event of the year read on.

Ready, steady, shop: Amazon has revealed that its Prime Day sale will be live from the 16th of July for six days, its longest ever Prime Day sale in Australia

Ready, steady, shop: Amazon has revealed that its Prime Day sale will be live from the 16th of July for six days, its longest ever Prime Day sale in Australia

WHEN IS AMAZON PRIME DAY 2024?

The Amazon Prime Day sale kicks off at 16th July at 12.01am AEST, through to 21st July 2024.

WHAT BRANDS WILL BE ON SALE?
Amazon have confirmed that deals will be available across brands including Apple, Dyson, Finish, Instant Pot, The North Face, Bose, Bonds, de'Longhi, Lego, Miele, The North Face, Panasonic, Philips, Quilton, Samsonite, Samsung, Sony and Tommy Hilfiger, but many more brands will be taking part in the epic sales event.

Huge discounts will be available on everything from homewares to cult beauty buys, running shoes to baby essentials, wearable tech to gardening tools and so much more. Deals will be available across most if not all categories across the marketplace.

It isn't just big name brands involved in the sale either. Small and medium-sized Australian owned businesses will also feature in the sale event including the Sydney-based pet accessory business Dog Friendly Co. and Melbourne based non-alcoholic cocktail brand, Naked Life Spirits.

DO I HAVE TO BE AN AMAZON PRIME MEMBER?  

Yes. The six day event is for Prime members only. You can sign up ahead of time here and enjoy a 30-day free trial. If you decide to continue with the service it costs AU$9.99 a month or $79 a year and you are free to cancel anytime.

Deals will be available to Prime members across all departments with discounts on brands like Bose, Dyson, Apple, Instant Pot, de'Longhi, Bonds and so much more

Deals will be available to Prime members across all departments with discounts on brands like Bose, Dyson, Apple, Instant Pot, de'Longhi, Bonds and so much more

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BEING A PRIME MEMBER? 

Prime members enjoy fast, free and convenient delivery on eligible orders. From day one of membership, members in eligible postcodes will have access to free delivery on millions of local and international Prime eligible items, with free next-day delivery on eligible items for Prime members in Brisbane, Geelong, Gosford, Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney and Wollongong.

Prime members also enjoy Prime Video membership including access to Amazon Original series and films on such as Fallout, Road House, The Boys, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, and Australian Amazon Original series; The Test S1-3, Deadloch, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Dance Life and upcoming The Office alongside other popular movies and TV shows and access to 100 million songs ad-free in shuffle mode with Amazon Music and more.

Top picks: Amazon predicts that running accessories and trainers, Korean beauty buys and homewares and cooking appliances will be bestsellers during the epic sale event

Top picks: Amazon predicts that running accessories and trainers, Korean beauty buys and homewares and cooking appliances will be bestsellers during the epic sale event

WHAT BUYS ARE PREDICTED TO BE POPULAR IN THE SALE?

Amazon has shared some key trends it believes will be popular this Amazon Prime Day. They are:

- Running gear: The marketplace has seen growth in sales in running shoes in the past year and expects trainers to be a big seller during the sale. With running more popular than ever it is also predicting accessories including running vests, belts, activewear and wearable tech to sell well.

- K beauty buys: Amazon has revealed it has 'experienced astronomical growth in sales across its K-beauty range with some of the most popular brands including COSRX, Beauty of Joseon, ANUA and Mediheal.' Korean beauty brands and trends are popular for good reason so Prime Day is the perfect excuse to snap up some brilliant beauty bargains and get that coveted #glassskin you've been looking for.

- Homewares and cooking appliances: With the cost of living making going out expensive, Aussies are turning to at-home entertaining and levelling up their kitchen utensils too. A growth in sales has been seen across popular appliances like airfryers, slow cookers and the marketplace also predicts that mixers and table décor, table cloths and place mats will also prove popular. One of best selling books on Amazon.com.au over the last year was Recipe Tin Eats founder Nagi Maehasi’s iconic cookbook Dinner: 150 recipes from Australia, showing Australians’ focus on improving their culinary skills.

- Everyday essentials: With the weekly grocery shop becoming more costly, Australians are being savvy when it comes to saving on everyday essentials, with many turning to Amazon for essential items which can be delivered straight to your door. Come Prime Day, several items will be heavily discounted making it easier to save on everything from toilet paper to coffee pods, pet food, cleaning products, protein powder and much, much more.

To learn more about Amazon Prime Day 2024, click here.

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