In two-day sales blitz.
Amazon Australia’s Prime Day event went live at midnight on Sunday with two days of deals and an extra 17 hours of deals straight from the US to Prime members in Australia, making it the longest Prime Day in the world.
Deals included saving 50% on Amazon Echo and Echo Dot, saving $100 on select Ring home security, up to 50% off Philips personal care appliances, as well as big savings on Bose and Bang & Olufsen speakers.
Amazon Australia country manager, Rocco Braeuniger said, “Prime members in Australia were the first to get access to Prime Day deals and they can shop from tens of thousands of products at amazing prices. With huge savings on everything from fashion to home entertainment, to books and household essentials, we are excited to bring Aussies the longest Prime Day in the world.”
Online retailer, Catch.com.au launched its mega 48-hour non-stop price drop on Monday with heavily discounted deals site-wide across all categories.
The sale, which runs until 9am July 17, provides shoppers with an opportunity to scoop up deals such as 60% off drones, 35% off Dyson vacuums and 48% off Fujifilm cameras. Shoppers can expect to enjoy savings of up to 80% off RRP on some items, with hot new deals added throughout the sale.
Club Catch membership delivers extra discounts on shipping as well as exclusive, early access to sales events.
Catch.com.au CMO, Ryan Gracie said the activity is one of its biggest sales events of the year with prices slashed even further on over 50,000 top-selling products including tech, homewares and fashion.
“Australians love to shop at Catch.com.au for the unbeatable value we offer. Delivering exceptional value is part of our DNA and we continuously strive to provide our customers with the best value, on the biggest brands, day in day out, not just a few days a year.”