This weekend is your last chance to claim £10 to spend on anything on Amazon. The deal, which kickstarted on June 7, comes to an end before the annual Prime Day sales begin. For those who don’t know, Amazon Prime Day is a two-day sales event (yes, the name is confusing) that sees thousands of prices drop across almost every department.
To get your hands on a complimentary tenner from Amazon to spend on anything you want in the sales… you’ll need to make an eligible purchase before the stroke of midnight on June 20, 2021. Amazon will only hand over £10 credit if you buy something from a small business selling on its vast retail site. The scheme is designed to be a nice helping hand for small businesses that sell their products through Amazon.
Thankfully, there’s a really clear “small business” banner that will appear on listings that will unlock the £10 credit, so you won’t be in any doubt whether the item you’re looking at will net you the bonus.
If you don’t have any items in your basket right now, but fancy the discount, Amazon has handpicked some eligible items here. There are multiple lists for popular categories, including homeware, electronics, toys and games, books, handmade items, pet supplies, and more. Amazon also lets you drill-down by region, so you can find a local seller.
Once you’ve made a purchase, Amazon will email you with a link to claim the £10 credit. It will then be ready and waiting on your Amazon account to redeem between June 21 and 22 during the annual Prime Day sales.
For those who don’t know, Amazon Prime Day is like Black Friday… but for Prime members.
The sales event, which started as a single day (hence the name) but has now expanded to a 48-hour shop-a-thon, sees thousands of deals in every department on the online superstore. It’s always a good time to bag a discount on Amazon’s own hardware, including Fire TV, Amazon Echo smart speakers, and its latest tablets and kindles. However, millions of other brands also get in on the action – with price drops to furniture, gardening, clothes, new TVs, video games, and much, much more.
Don’t worry if you’re not yet a Prime member, Amazon is offering a free 30-day trial that will cover you over the two-day sales, so you’ll be able to take advantage even if you’re not sure whether you want to sign-up to become a long-term member.
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