Amazon Prime Day: Do you need to be a member to get the deals?

Amazon Prime Day: Do you need to be a member to get the deals?


Hoping to grab some deals? (Picture: Getty)Amazon Prime Day will return this month, with amazing deals on everything from gadgets and games through to beauty products, kitchen equipment and Amazon Echo products.
There’s a £10 voucher to claim towards your shopping too, if you spend £10 or more on an independent business via the site.
Last year, the event was delayed until October, giving shoppers the chance to purchase some early Christmas presents, but it’s returning for the summer again in 2021.
Do you have to be an Amazon Prime member to take part?
Do you need to be an Amazon Prime member to get the deals?
Yes, you do need to be an Amazon Prime member to take part in the Prime Day deals.
Membership is £7.99 a month, and includes free next day delivery, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music, photo storage and more.
Prime Day 2021 will run from June 21 to June 22 and, as usual, will be a mix of sustained price cuts and quick-fire ‘lightning deal’ reductions.

Only Prime members can take advantage of the deals (Picture: Getty)The event is only eligible for customers signed up to the subscription service, which brings with it next-day delivery and access to the company’s on-demand streaming service.
However, there are 30 day free trials available – which you can cancel after the event if you don’t want a full subscription.
The company is doubling its donations to charity this year (from 0.5% of a sale to 1%) when customers shop through AmazonSmile.
Prime Day kicks off at 00.01am on June 21 and runs through to 23.59pm on June 22.

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