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11th Jul 2024

Shoppers urged to take advantage of Amazon Prime hack ahead of major deals next week

Ryan Price

It’s a stress-free way to take advantage of countless big money deals and discounts.

With less than a week to go until the biggest bargains of the year, we’re giving you tips on how to make the most of Prime Day.

The annual mega-discount event takes place on 16 and 17 July, and Prime members will be able to avail of huge reductions on major brands like Ninja, Shark, Dyson and HP.

With a Prime membership, you’ll get exclusive access to the best deals, and anything you purchase will get delivered on the same day or the following morning.

If you’re not currently a Prime member and don’t want to add yet another subscription to your monthly outgoings, don’t worry. We’ve got a little hack that will allow you to take advantage of next week’s big deals without paying for Prime.

With our exclusive 30-day free trial, you can set up your membership in time for Prime Day, and cancel before the 30 days are up to ensure you don’t get charged for the following motnth.

You can access that exclusive offer here.

Prime Day kicks off next Tuesday, so as long as you activate your free trial between now and then, you’ll be able to experience the best bargains on site as well as access to Prime Video and Amazon Music.

If you want to watch hit series such as The Boys, Fallout and Below Deck, or catch blockbuster movies like The Iron Claw and Roadhouse, then you’ll have 30 days to get binging.

Likewise, if you’re keen to find out what ‘Brat summer’ is all about, you can dive in to Charli XCX’s much-talked about new album as well as an extensive library of great music.

Cancelling is easy too. All you’ll need to do is click a button to confirm that you no longer want to be a Prime member and it’s done. Just make sure you do it before the 30 days are up to avoid paying the £8.99 per month fee.

If you’re a student, you might want to consider maintaining your membership long after Prime Day has passed.

Amazon have a very special deal for students aged between 18-22 where they’ll receive a six-month free trial before their monthly payments begin.

Instead of the usual £8.99 monthly fee, students will pay just £4.39 – that’s a saving of £47.49 a year.

Once you’ve set up your Prime account, use this link to sign in.

Just five days to go until two days of epic deals on top brands gets underway.