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For the first time, Amazon’s annual shopping event, Prime Day, will come to Australia, with the day starting on 16 July 12pm AEST and ending at midnight on 17 July.
Amazon Prime Day is back for 2021 and this year there are early deals on a range products - everything from smartwatches to headphones.
If you're looking to grab a big-ticket piece of tech like a new camera, you might want to wait until this year's Prime Day.
Here’s everything you need to know about Amazon’s annual shopping extravaganza and how to get the best deals on TVs, tech, clothing and more.
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