The best Amazon Prime Day deals in Australia right now

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Amazon Prime Day, the first of it’s kind in Australia, is nearing its first 24 hours..

The sale started at midday (AEST) Monday and runs for 26 hours, ending at midnight today.

The deals are only for Amazon Prime members, with access to the deals here.

A Prime subscription costs Australians $59 a year or $6.99 ($5.14) a month, with free delivery on millions of local and international items.

We’ll be updating this page with some of the highlights for each Prime launch category.

The latest Prime Day picks:

Prime Day prices:

Other deals:

Prime Video

When you sign up to Prime you get access to Prime video, giving you access to Prime Originals content like Goliath and The Grand Tour.

As a Prime Day bonus you get $10 credit for your first stream.

Source: Amazon Prime.

Tech

There’s some seriously great deals happening across Sonos sound systems, gaming consoles and Amazon devices, like Echo and Kindle.

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Games like Fortnite are 32% off.

Amazon is also offering discounts on Sony and Bose headphones, which you can combine with a Amazon Music subscription for $0.99 over the first 4 months.

Sonos Playbase television speaker, with Sonos subwoofer on the right. (Source: supplied)

Fashion & Beauty

Prime Day is really ramping it up on these deals, so stock up on your beauty products. Maybelline, Rimmel and L’Oreal are earmarked for some savings. There’s up to 50% Men’s Personal Care products.

Amazon’s ‘Wear to Work’ section provides the perfect chance for you to update your wardrobe. There are great deals on Calvin Klein, Fossil and Tommy Hilfilger.

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. We aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting, and if you buy them, we may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners, including Amazon. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, is an investor in Business Insider, the US partner of BI Australia’s publishing company Allure Media, through his personal investment company Bezos Expeditions.

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