Amazon’s second Prime Day event of the year is over. The Prime Big Deal Days sale kicked off at midnight on Tuesday 10 October and finished at 23:59pm on 12 October, but true to form, the online giant still has plenty of discounts worth shopping for.
The shopping bonanza saw deals on everything from home appliances (including air fryers, coffee machines and vacuums), mattresses and beauty to tech (think laptops, TVs and headphones), Apple products and Amazon devices – and our team of IndyBest experts were on hand to help you sift through the torrent of offers.
But owing to the number of discounts still available, we’re back bringing you all the best bits post-Prime Day ahead of Black Friday. You can expect savings on Olaplex, Shark, Fitbit and much more – and it’s here where you’ll find the crème de la crème of deals still readily available.
Best post-Prime Day deals
PlayStation 5 + EA FC 24 bundle: Was £539.99, now £409, Amazon.co.uk
At just £409.99, this PlayStation 5 + EA FC 24 bundle is actually £70 cheaper than buying the console by itself. Spiritually the latest game in the long-running FIFA series (the footie federation and the games company are in the middle of a licensing spat), EA FC 24 is the perfect way to kickstart your next-gen games library.
Black + Decker three-tier heated airer: Was £155, now £109.99, Amazon.co.uk
When it comes to supercharging laundry drying times, this is a must-have. Not only is it reduced by £50, but it also landed a spot in our review of the best heated clothes airers. Owing to its capacious size, it can “handle a full washing machine load of clothes and more”. “The rails are spaced out more than on other rail-based airer models, which makes arranging clothes fast and simple,” praised our writer. It’s rare to see one of these energy-saving appliances in Amazon’s sale, so snap it up fast.
Amazon Echo pop: Was £44.99, now £17.99, Amazon.co.uk
There’s a whopping 60 per cent off an Amazon Echo pop right now, taking its price down to less than £20. This Bluetooth smart speaker complete with Alexa can be used to stream music, set timers, ask random questions and much more. This current saving is available in all four colours – black, white, lavender and teal – so, you can shop according to your shade preference.
In our review of the Amazon Echo pop, our writer said: “The Echo pop is a fun, pretty cute-looking Alexa device with a slanting fabric speaker front and a plastic rear.” Plus, the sound quality is “decent for such a small device.”
Lego 10311 icons orchid set: Was £44.99, now £32.99 Amazon.co.uk
Reflecting the stems, blooms, roots and leaves of orchids, Lego’s floral bundle features six large flowers and two newly opened flowers. Perfect for displaying as you would a fresh bouquet, the set is complete with a blue vase. Right now, you can save nearly 30 per cent.
LG OLED evo C3, 42in: Was £1,499.99, now £949, Amazon.co.uk
With a saving of more than £500 for Prime Day, this is the cheapest the LG OLED evo C3 has ever been – making now the ideal time to buy it. The 42in screen and LG self-lit OLED evo allows for a picture-perfect viewing experience. Like any smart television, you can watch Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video and all of your other favourite streaming services on it (if you have a subscription). Pick up the set while there’s 33 per cent off the price.
Shark wandvac 2.0 cordless handheld vacuum cleaner: Was £179.99, now £129, Amazon.co.uk
This sleek, compact Shark handheld vacuum cleaner is designed for quick clean-ups. Now reduced by £50, it has 15 minutes of run-time and two attachments to get into crevices and to clean up pet hair. In our review of the wandvac, our tester praised how easy it was to use, writing: “It’s impressively lightweight and tactile – meaning we could easily hold it above our heads to get light fittings, picture rails, and so on.”
Google Pixel watch: Was £339, now £250.99, Amazon.co.uk
Google’s first true wearable is the natural choice of smartwatch for Pixel owners, and now it can be yours for less, as there’s 26 per cent off at Amazon. Our reviewer praised the watch’s style and functionality, calling it an “excellent Android smartwatch with health-tracking powered by Fitbit – the best fitness-tracking platform for most users – and it looks sleek and stylish on the wrist.” The watch has improved even more since launching: a recent feature update added blood-oxygen tracking for better sleep-quality measurements.
HP deskjet 2720e all-in-one colour printer: Was £64.99, now £36.98, Amazon.co.uk
If you’re after an inexpensive printer that can cover basic printing needs, this all-in-one model from HP is now available at an eye-catching price, thanks to this Big Deal Days discount. Currently costing less than £30, it’s an inkjet printer promising 20 pages per minute, wireless printing in addition to scanning and copying, and the ability to print from your phone using the HP smart app. What’s more, it comes with plenty of ink to get you started.
Oral-B iO4 electric toothbrush: Was £240, now £94.99, Amazon.co.uk
This electric toothbrush earned itself a spot in our round-up of the best, with our tester dubbing it the best cheap Oral-B toothbrush. Thanks to this Amazon deal, it’s now even more budget-friendly. The brush features different modes for daily cleaning, whitening, sensitive and super sensitive, and there’s a pressure sensor to let you know when to brush harder or more gently. In our review, our tester said it “pares things back to basics with a simple power button for switching between modes”.
Finish ultimate infinity shine dishwasher tablets, pack of 80: Was £26, now £13, Amazon.co.uk
Household essentials are a fairly boring purchase, but to make it a little better, this pack of 80 dishwasher tablets is now half-price. According to the brand, these tablets are three fast-dissolving chambers that should help tackle the toughest stains even during your dishwasher’s eco-cycle.
Garmin forerunner 55 watch: Was £179.99, now £135, Amazon.co.uk
An excellent running watch for beginners, or anyone looking to graduate from a Fitbit, the Garmin Forerunner 55 is an affordable entry into the world of fitness wearables. It features a built-in GPS tracker and can store hundreds of hours of music and podcasts, meaning you can leave your phone at home.
iRobot roomba s9+ robot vacuum: Was £1,229, now £749, Amazon.co.uk
One of the models we featured in our round-up of the best robot vacuum cleaners, iRobot’s roomba s9+ can be snapped up with a discount of £480. In our review, it was dubbed the best robot vacuum cleaner for pet hair, and our tester found it was “noticeably better at picking up dust, dirt and pet hair than any other robot vacuum” they tested. Its D-shape design means it “can get right into corners to clean every last inch of your floor.” Expect features such as voice controls, keep-out zones and scheduling, too.
Maybelline lash sensational sky high mascara: Was £11.99, now £9.59, Amazon.co.uk
A product that has garnered millions of views on TikTok, Maybelline’s lash sensational mascara has achieved cult status in the world of beauty and now you can snap it up for less. In our review of the mascara, our tester said: “It’s easy to master and once you have you’ll love how it can catch every single lash, and even get to those annoying teeny tiny ones. Our short, straight lashes have truly never looked so elongated and fanned out. You can believe the hype.”
KitchenAid classic stand mixer, 4.3l: Was £499, now £349, Amazon.co.uk
If the new series of The Great British Bake Off has captured your imagination, now is your chance to save a sizeable amount on KitchenAid’s cult stand mixer. In our review of the similar artisan model, our tester said: “When it comes to stand mixers, KitchenAid is practically iconic.” Praising the “real force behind the machine” as well as its impressive performance, they said their “egg whites reached soft peaks in mere moments”. A forever investment, “there’s no major downsides with this machine.”
Tefal easy fry precision two-in-one air fryer and grill: Was £139.99, now £69.99, Amazon.co.uk
If you’ve been eyeing up an air fryer for a while but are yet to invest, now’s the time, as this model is currently reduced by 50 per cent. Tefal’s model boasts a 4.2l capacity, eight cooking programs and a grill function for all your culinary needs. Saving you both time and energy, you’ll be able to rustle up everything from crispy chips and juicy burgers to grilled halloumi and vegetables.
Arlo essential wireless video doorbell camera: Was £179.99, now £99.99, Amazon.co.uk
There’s 44 per cent off this Arlo essential wireless video doorbell, which features a unique viewing angle and wide 180-degree field of view, so you’ll have no trouble seeing who’s at your door and what packages they might have left outside. With a siren included, any intruders will trigger an automatic alarm, thanks to motion detection, while the built-in speaker and microphone allow easy two-way conversation. Visuals should be clear, thanks to 1,080px HD video with HDR and night vision, and you can opt for mains or rechargeable battery power.
Lumie vitamin L Sad light box: Was £99, now £83.99, Amazon.co.uk
You can currently save 15 per cent on an Sad lamp, as we slide into the darker months. This Lumie model can be placed on a surface in either portrait or landscape orientation, so it’s ideal for compact spaces. The slimline 30cm x 20cm x 28cm light emits 10,000 lux from 20cm, which is the optimal amount of light therapy if you’re using it for 30 minutes each day. We included this exact Lumie light box in our best Sad lamps round-up, with our tester noting: “It’s super easy to use – just plug in, switch on and go.”
When is the next Amazon Prime Day sale?
Traditionally, Amazon hosts just one Prime Day sale a year – which is held in the summer months. But in recent years it’s veered off track. This year, we’ve had not one, not two, but three(!) Amazon Prime Day events – one in March, a second in July and a third in October. If the online giant is keeping to this new schedule, we can expect the next Amazon Prime Day sale will be hosted in March. But of course, IndyBest’s shopping experts will be here to keep you updated.
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