Amazon Australia's Prime Day event went live at midnight on Sunday with two days of deals and an extra 17 hours of deals straight from the USA to Prime members in Australia, making it the longest Prime Day in the world.
For £749.99 you can get an Acer Nitro 5 AN515-52, which comes with an Intel Core i5-8300, a 512GB SSD, a GTX 1060 and a 144Hz display.
Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Cellular, 1TB) £1,669 £1,446 at Amazon This deal saves you 12% off the price of an 11-inch iPad Pro that can connect to Wi-Fi and cellular networks.
Neiweem, who started planning his strategy the week before Prime Day, said he's made a list of the items he needs, and will check prices on those items during the event. They can also be programmed to play an alarm once it's time for you to wake up.
After signing up for a free 30-day trial, you can then get your hands on more laptop, phone, tablet, TV, music and tech deals than ever before.
Other retailers, including Target and Best Buy, try to compete with Amazon Prime Day, and Rosenbluth said a spike is seen in consumer discretionary after the event, based on historical data covering past Prime Days. Breaking previous Prime Day sales records should be easy because this is the first time it will run for a full two days. Amazon's own products are usually among the strongest sellers. They can last to up to 20 hours once they are fully charged.
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