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Amazon Cranks Up Prime Day Tech War

Amid a flurry of sales from The Good Guys, Kogan.com, eBay and more, Amazon Australia has kept its pledge to undercut rivals, by kicking off its inaugural Prime Day at 12pm AEST today.

Lasting for 36 hours, Amazon’s “biggest” yearly sales event offers discounts up to 70% off, with several highly competitive tech deals.

According to Starcom, last year’s promotion saw Amazon sell nearly US$2.5 billion in one day.

Whilst some of the biggest discounts surround fashion, beauty and Amazon’s house-brand electronics, a little bit of digging unearths some attractive deals on consumer tech.

The sale is restricted to Amazon Prime members, however, individuals can take advantage of the Prime Day sale by registering for free trial membership.

Many Amazon Prime Day deals are already ‘100% claimed’, with wait lists available.

The e-commerce giant has also advised consumers to watch out for sporadic ‘flash sales’ throughout the sales event.

Here’s a snippet of some highly competitive consumer tech deals this Amazon Prime Day:

Bose QuietComfort 35

[Amazon AU]

[Harvey Norman]

[JB Hi-Fi]

PS4 Pro 1TB with Fortnite Bundle

[Amazon AU]

[JB Hi-Fi]

LOGITECH G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

[Amazon AU]

[Harvey Norman]

Ring 8SB1S7-WAU0 Spotlight Cam Battery HD

[Amazon AU]

[Harvey Norman]

Black + Decker WDB215WA-XE Wet and Dry Lithium-ion Dustbuster Cordless Hand VAC

[Amazon AU]

[The Good Guys]

SEAGATE Backup Plus Portable 2.5″ 5TB External USB

[Amazon AU]

[JB Hi-Fi]

Amazon Echo Dot

[Amazon AU]

[Kogan.com]

Philips Hue Starter Kit – E27

[Amazon AU]

[JB Hi-Fi]

BenQ 27-inch 1080p Monitor BL2706HT

[Amazon AU]

[Kogan.com]

Xbox One S 1TB Limited Edition Minecraft Console + Game

[Amazon AU]

[EB Games]

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