Although it’s been long enjoyed and fretted over across the globe, Australians had been anticipating the arrival of Amazon’s Prime Day for quite some time — and now, it’s officially part of the calendar.
Following the event’s 2018 debut, Amazon is bringing Prime Day back to Australia, as part of its signature worldwide shopping marathon. Being ahead of the timezone, Aussie Prime members will get first access to some pretty epic deals.
Prime members get fast and free delivery, a range of entertainment options, early access to content as well as tonnes of deals and events like the much-anticipated Prime Day. This is all provided through an annual or monthly subscription — and so far, there’s more than 100 million paid members around the globe. Read more…
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