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100+ Best Amazon Prime Day Deals for 2022

Ready your bank account, Amazon Prime Day is back in Australia, kicking off on 12 July 2022. Set to run from midnight on Tuesday 12 July until 11:59 pm AEST Wednesday 13 July, Aussies can grab a huge range of deals in tech, fashion, gaming, homewares, and heaps more, right from the Amazon website. Members will be able to save big on massive products from top brands such as Dyson, PlayStation, Xiaomi, SK-II, and LEGO, alongside incredible promotions from local brands such as Pristine, Snailax, GINLEE, Epitex, and more. Also, if you’re feeling like you need a little extra shopping time you can head over to the Amazon US store and jump on to their prime day for an extra hit of retail therapy.

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Amazon Prime Day 2022 Key Stats

Event: Amazon Prime Day 2022
Date: Tuesday 12 July until 11:59 pm AEST Wednesday 13 July
Length: 48 hours
Where: Amazon.com.au
Brands: Amazon, Dyson, PlayStation, Xiaomi, SK-II, LEGO and more

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What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is an annual sale that marks the global tech giant’s anniversary. Starting in 2015 to celebrate Amazon’s 20th anniversary as a company, the Amazon US store launched Amazon Prime Day. With a list of deals so long that it rivalled even Black Friday, the day quickly evolved into one of the internet’s biggest mid-year sales events where members of Amazon Prime could score a bunch of exclusive discounts on a wide range of items. What started as a short 24-hour sale has since grown to a massive two-day event for Aussies.

To be clear, Amazon Prime Day is an exclusive sale only available to their paying members. If you want to get access to the deals you’ll have to sign up as an Amazon Prime member before or during the event. A membership will cost you AUD$6.99 a month or AUD$59 a year, which isn’t that bad. But, if you haven’t signed up before theirs a handy 30-day free trial available that’ll let you get access to the deals plus a plethora of other perks like Prime Video, Prime Reading and Prime Gaming all without paying a cent.

“We know that Australians are looking for value right now and we are thrilled to offer Prime members bigger and better Prime Day deals this year,” Janet Menzies, country manager for Amazon Australia said. “Prime members will have exclusive access to incredible savings from big brands and small and medium local businesses, meaning there will be savings to be made no matter what you are looking for. Prime Day 2021 marked the biggest two days for small local businesses on Amazon.com.au at the time and we are excited to be putting them front and centre again through our Shop Local Businesses Store this year.”

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When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

The massive shopping event will kick off at 12AM AEST on 12 July, with local deals running for 48 hours until 11:59PM AEST on 13 July. Better still, deals from the UK and US will be available on Amazon.com.au through Amazon Global Store until 5pm AEST on 14 July. That means you score access to a massive 65 hours of deals if you are an Australian Prime member.

Arno Lenior, director of Prime for Amazon Australian confirmed that while Day One deals have already been announced, more sales will be revealed over the course of the two-day Amazon Prime event.

“Prime Day has just begun with huge savings available on a massive range of products – from the everyday essentials through to the bigger ticket items,” Lenior said. “New deals will be going live throughout the 65-hour shopping event available exclusively to Prime members in Australia, so we encourage shoppers to keep coming back to make the most of the great savings available. Not only will there be deals from big brands, but a number of small and medium Aussie businesses are offering Prime members the chance to save on their products.”

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Our Top Picks for Amazon Prime Day 2022

Wade through all the deals if you like, but we know where the best value is to be found. From video games and electronics all the way through to wine and fashion, we’ve scoured the online distributor for the very best deals of the year. Here are out top picks for this 2022.

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New Balance

It’s no secret we love New Balance, which is why the famed American label’s Amazon Prime Day sales have got us a little hot under the collar. Across the two-day event, New Balance will be offering major discounts on select shoes and apparel. For a list of great deals offered by the retailer, check out the brand’s official Amazon store. Here’s hoping we score some of those Grey Day exclusives.

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PlayStation and Xbox Games

Much like Black Friday, Amazon Prime Day offers some serious deals for gamers. Across the two-day event, you score 30% off RRP for PlayStation and Xbox games, meaning you can get your hands on some of the hottest releases for a fraction of the regular price. From hit games like The Quarry and Far Cry 6, all the way through to WWE and Just Dance 2022. 

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Penfolds wines

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Penfolds Wines

Nobody loves Penfolds as much as we do, but we might wind up sharing the Aussie favourite with you. For Amazon Prime Day 2022, the iconic winemaker is offering up savings and discounts on some of its most prized wines. Score deals on the wider portfolio of reds and keep your eye out for any hidden gems. Just don’t expect to stumble across a bottle of ’57 Grange lying around the online store.

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Whether you’re building something for the kids or embracing a newfound relaxation method, LEGO is king. For years, we’ve been harping on about the best LEGO sets for adults, where to get your hands on the latest Star Wars sets and why Batman is better in block-form, but this might be our biggest LEGO-related news yet. For Amazon Prime Day this year, LEGO is dishing out massive savings across some select sets, but they will go quickly.

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Sennheiser headphones

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Sennheiser Headphones

Another big Amazon Prime Day deal for 2022 involves audio giant Sennheiser. The experts in noise-cancelling technology have teamed up with Amazon to deliver big saving across its portfolio of headphones. For this two-day event, shoppers can score up to 60% off RRP on select Sennheiser headphones.

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Sony 4K Bravia TVs

Everybody loves a new TV and this year, Sony is helping you get one. For the big Amazon sales event, Sony is offering up to 25% off RRP on its stellar lineup of 4K Bravia TVs. If you want to up your entertainment and home theatre game, this might be the deal for you.

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The North Face

Everyone’s favourite outdoor adventure company is putting its money where its mouth is this Amazon Prime Day. For the massive sales event, The North Face is offering up to 40% off RRP on select apparel and footwear. That means you can get your hands on a new pair of North Face sneakers or a killer new jack for a fraction of the regular price. Dan Andrews punching the air right now.

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Another massive audio favourite offering big discounts on its range for Amazon Prime Day, JBL isn’t pulling any punches. The Bluetooth speaker lords have announced they will offer shoppers a whopping 55% off RRP on selected speakers and headphones.

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Best Amazon Prime Day 2022 Deals

As you’d expect, each year the Amazon Prime Day deals change to keep things fresh. But, there are a couple of products you can expect to always be substantially discounted during the huge shopping event. We think that 2022 will see massive savings in all Amazon-branded products like the Echo, Kindle etc. On top of that, you’ll likely see huge savings in Electronics & Computing with brands like Nintendo and Samsung leading the charge.

Early Amazon Prime Day Deals 2022

The good news is that Amazon has given us a sneak peek at what to expect come the big day. Keep in mind that while some of these deals may already be live, for the most part, you’ll have to check back in on July 12.

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How to Shop on Prime Day in 2022

As we said, the Amazon Prime Day deals are exclusively available to paying Amazon Prime members only. It’s a little way to say thank you to their most loyal customers and well worth the subscription if you’re looking to spend some money. At AUD$6.99 a month you’ll still be well and truly in the green with the savings that are going to be on during Amazon Prime Day.

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Throughout the sale, we’ll be updating our list to make sure it’s up to date with all the best Amazon Prime Day deals and promotions so keep checking back.

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General FAQs

When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Amazon Prime Day 2022 kicks off at 12AM AEST on 12 July, with local deals running for 48 hours until 11:59PM AEST on 13 July.

How long is Amazon Prime Day in 2022?

In 2022, Amazon Prime Day will run for a massive 48-hours starting at 12AM AEST on 12 July, with local deals running for 48 hours until 11:59PM AEST on 13 July

How much does an Amazon Prime Membership cost?

To get access to the Amazon Prime Day deals you'll have to be an Amazon Prime member. This will cost you only AUD$6.99 a month or AUD$59 per year.


Nick Hall

Nick Hall is the Editor-in-Chief of Man of Many and an accomplished journalist. He completed a Bachelor of Creative Industries at the Queensland University of Technology, with a double major in Journalism and Music. Prior to working at Man of Many, Nick spent two years as a journalist with Inside Franchise Business, focusing on small business, finance and legal reporting. In 2021, Nick was named B&T's Best of the Best Journalist of the Year. With an extensive background in the media industry, Nick specialises in feature writing, fashion, lifestyle and entertainment content. A qualified barber and men's stylist, Nick also holds a Cert III in Barbering from the Queensland Hairdressing Academy.