Prime Day Deals 2021
Prime Day is here and there are some cracking deals. Amazon are the main retailers to drop their prices massively, but there are many others that have huge sales too. This post will be updated daily and here are the best Prime Day Deals 2021!
Amazon Prime Day Deals 2021
Amazon Prime Day is set to run for just a couple of days (June 21st – June 22nd), and as always they have some huge sales on. The main things people take advantage of are streaming devices, but sometimes they have a limited amount that go on sale. So below I will list a few items to look out for with links straight to the page. You can click the images to go directly to the Amazon Link.
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You can also get massive savings ordering through Alexa. So deals you may not see on the Amazon website, maybe on their. Check Here!
Fire TV Stick 2021 Release
This is the 3rd gen Firestick with the new remote and originally costs £39.99. I would always recommend you go for the Firestick 4K for a little extra, but this could appeal to some in the Prime Day Deals 2021. The remote alone costs £30, so if it's the remote you want, you're bettor off getting this.(No price drop yet)
Roku Express (1080p)
I'm personally not a fan of Roku devices but I know they are really popular. You can now get it for £16.99 down from £29.99! (This does 'NOT' support 4K)
Echo Dot 4th Gen
The Echo Dot 4th gen has dropped to £24.99 and the version with the clock has dropped to £34.99!
Echo Show 8
You can now get the Echo Show 8 1st gen for £59.99 and the 2nd gen for £84.99! You can also get the Echo Show 5 for £39.99 which is 50% off.
BOMAKER have a few Soundbars on offer and this is the cheapest at £63.56. That's £33.56 off the original price. Although they do one with a Subwoofer included for less than £100 and it looks great.
Amazon Fire HD Tablets
Fire HD Tablets
I've been testing the new Fire HD 10 Plus and although it doesn't seem great for me, my daughter loves and has had a Fire HD 8 Tablet for a while now. She uses it to play Minecraft, Roblox, YouTube, etc. The battery life on them seems very good but the sound is a bit tinny. But it could also be good for people who like reading or listening to audio books via Bluetooth headphones. With it been an Amazon device, we can likely see big drops in Amazon Tablet prices. UPDATE: Fire HD 8 Tablet is just £39.99 for the version with ads and the Fire HD 10 for £89.99!
Smart TV - Amazon Fire TV Edition
Toshiba Fire TV Edition TV's have just been listed on Prime Day. You can get the 43" for £275 and the 55" for just £399!
You can claim free games, bundles and other in-game loot from the Prime Gaming website. You need to have a Prime subscription to get them, but could be useful to some.
Other Amazon Deals
Echo Show 5 + Ring Doorbell
You can save over £57 and get an Echo Show 5 + a Ring Doorbell (wired) for just £49.99. You can also get it with the Echo Show 8 for £69.99. That's saving £79!
New Ring Alarm Kit (2nd gen)
The rrp on this is £268 and it's just dropped to £129. That's a saving of £139!
Blink Outdoor Wireless Camera
I saw a lot of you saying you hope this goes on offer. It's now dropped to £54.99 saving you £45!
Blink Outdoor 2xCamera System + Blink Mini Camera
Another 1 you might find useful. Should be £214.98 and you get this bundle for £104.99!
Other Prime Day 2021 Deals
IPVanish is 1 of the most popular vpn's and it's a vpn I use personally. They are currently running their own Prime Day Deal 2021, and you can get it for just $28 for 12 months. Not the best vpn for unblocking the likes of iPlayer, ITV Hub, Peacock TV, etc. But for everything else and use with 3rd party apps it works great.
This page will be updated multiple times per day adding different Prime Day Deals 2021 and also updating any that are already on here. I hope you found this post useful and you can always check out our Latest Posts for other helpful posts.
Please can you start advising about this horrendous amazon sidewalk, apprantly its started in the USA so my feeling is won’t be long here, peeps need to be aware to turn it of when it starts in UK. Regards Andy