Happy Prime Day…Amazon
No, not as mathematicians might expect either 13/07 or 17/07, but a random Wednesday 4 months before Black Friday.
Amazon’s opportunity to have a stock clear-out just before the summer holidays, with a day full of over 1500 of their “Lightning” deals, with some exclusive discounts if you’re one of the many who shell out the money for Amazon’s Prime membership each year.
Or is it?
But are you really getting a good deal, or does the time-limited offer window serve nothing more than to assist Amazon in hawking a warehouse full of tat they haven’t been able to shift for the past 6 months?
The best way to find out?
The site exists solely to track the fluctuating prices of Amazon’s gargantuan catalogue over time, and let you see if the offer price you see is actually a good deal.
70 Percent Savings…
Amazon might tell you that you’re saving over £230 on a new office shredder, but when was it last actually sold by them at that price? Not in the past year!
Either visit the website and paste in the Amazon URL, or download the plugin for either Chrome or Firefox, and see a graph of the prices as they have fluctuated over time for the past month, 6 months, year, or more!
There are some genuinely amazing deals available throughout Prime Day, and later in the year on Black Friday, now you can make sure you’re getting one.