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LEGO prices are cheaper than ever as Amazon launches Prime Day bonanza

LEGO prices are cheaper than ever as Amazon launches Prime Day bonanza

Amazon has now officially launched its Prime Day sale with prices slashed across a huge range of products including money off the iPhone 12, Samsung smart TVs and Android phones. However, it’s not just gadgets and gizmos that have received some hefty discounts with Amazon also cutting the cost of toys including LEGO. There’s plenty of brick-based sets available as part of Prime Day with some reduced by as much as 40 percent.

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Of course, to get these deals you’ll need to be a Prime member but Express.co.uk has an easy way of getting the discounts without paying Amazon for the subscription service. Find out more details here.

Prime Day runs until 23.59pm on 22nd June, with Amazon promising a whopping 2 million deals will be available globally.

The online retailer is also boasting that Prime Day 2021 will feature the largest number of deals in the shopping event’s 7-year history including featured lightning deals running from 08.00am on 21st June, which offer price cuts on top-tier brands, categories, and products.

“This Prime Day, we’re offering Prime members millions of deals from great brands which we know our customers love. We’re also continuing our support for the small businesses selling on Amazon by running our ‘spend £10 get £10 offer’, which will help thousands of smaller companies in the run up to Prime Day,” said John Boumphrey, Amazon UK Country Manager.

“As a Prime Day first, we’re also delighted to be increasing our donations to charity when customers shop through AmazonSmile, so there is plenty for everyone this year.”

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Tech Feed

PS5 June restock bonanza set to continue with Amazon UK stock drop

PS5 June restock bonanza set to continue with Amazon UK stock drop

PS5 stock has been coming in thick and fast in the UK in June. Recently GAME, Argos, ShopTo and AO.com have all opened orders up for the PS5 once again. For GAME and Argos it marked the second PS5 restock for June, and it looks like Amazon UK could be about to drop its second restock of the month. The online retail giant last opened orders for the PS5 at the start of June.

And according to a reliable PS5 stock tracker account Amazon UK has received a shipment of up to 8,000 new consoles which are in warehouses now.

The @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter account revealed the size of the latest Amazon UK PlayStation 5 restock.

The PlayStation 5 stock tracker posted: “News: Amazon UK stock has arrived. Around 30+ pallets per warehouse, indicating a stock count of 6-8K. The pallets haven’t been unwrapped and prepared yet, so we are not sure if a delay is possible”.

It had been thought the latest Amazon PS5 restock was going live on June 16.

However, this rumoured PS5 restock date came and went without orders going live again.

This happened as a number of other retailers missed potential PS5 restock dates, which could have been due to stock being “handled slower” than usual.

The @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter posted on Wednesday: “Companies seem to be understaffed, and stock seems to be handled slower, in particular for PS5.”

However, there’s good reason to think the Amazon PS5 restock could drop the week beginning Monday June 21.

The @PS5Instant Twitter previously said the Amazon PS5 restock could go live between June 15 and June 23 with a restock time of 8am to 10am.

So we’re still currently within this rumoured restock window.

And there’s another reason to think PS5 stock could be available within the next few days.

That’s because Amazon Prime Day is fast approaching, and rumour has it PS5 stock could become around then.

Prime Day 2021 falls on June 21 and June 22, with PS5 stock potentially becoming available then.

After a rumoured Amazon PS5 restock date came and went without orders opening the @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter posted: “Personally believe it’ll be pushed to next week however, it’s Prime Day next week so, not sure how that’s going to work out.”

While the stock tracker later went on to add: “Amazon UK has a new listing for the Ratchet and Clank bundle too! As the listing is not complete yet, we assume the drop is next week, looks like Prime Week it is.”

If the PS5 does become available to buy once again from Amazon during Prime Day, it’s unclear if this will only be available to Prime members – or to all Amazon customers.

If you’re hoping to buy a PS5 from Amazon then here are the links you need to be aware of…




This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Entertainment Feed

Truss targets mega trade deal with Gulf States as she plots course for post-Brexit bonanza

Truss targets mega trade deal with Gulf States as she plots course for post-Brexit bonanza
The move comes as the Government concludes “phase one” talks with Australia and New Zealand over a free trade deal. The international trade secretary told the Daily Telegraph: “The Gulf is a definite target and we are working on the approach to [the] Gulf. We are in discussions with the GCC and I hope that we’ll be able to say more about that soon.”
The UK already enjoys a profitable economic relationship with the six Gulf states.

In 2019, the UK’s bilateral trade with the GCC was worth £45bn – the fourth largest amount after the EU, US and China.

Sources also told the Daily Telegraph that the UK is close to sealing a deal with the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign wealth fund Mubadala.

This potentially could see as much as £5bn of investment into the UK from the Middle East.

Khaldoon Al Mubarak, the chief executive of Mubadala, is believed to have held talks in London and an agreement could be finalised by the end of June.

The International trade secretary is also pushing for a major overhaul of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

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“If we’re in a position of having to compete against products that are artificially subsidised [and] dumped on our market, then that will not give people faith in free trade.”

She added: “It’s very important that we deal with those market-distorting practices.”

The WTO will hold a ministerial conference in late November, the first in almost three years.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: UK Feed