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Amazon Prime Day 2020: the latest and loudest Prime Day deals in one place

Amazon Prime Day 2020: the latest and loudest Prime Day deals in one place
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Amazon Prime Day is over for another year, but the good news is we won't have to wait too much longer for more great deals – as Black Friday will take place on November 27 and it'll be followed as always by Cyber Monday on November 30.

All the deals below were the very best Prime Day deals we came across during the mega sale, but we’ve kept them all here so you can take a look should you want to keep tabs on them for another time. A quick scan below will also show you that some deals are still live for the moment, but be warned that they could end at any time, so be quick if you see something that takes your fancy.

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If you'd rather not spend all day picking through our full round-up of the best Prime Day deals, we've picked some of our favourites right now. You can get stuck in below:

AirPods Pro | Was £249, now £199.97
Another great Laptops Direct discount, especially seeing as AirPods Pros have been out for less than a year. If you're looking for fast pairing, clear audio and ace noise cancelling, these are the buds to go for.View Deal

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 | Was £150, now £89.95
Get killer sound, water resistance and hours-long comfort for less than 90 quid. Choose from a black or stone finish.View Deal

Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones | Was £330, now £238.79
Save over £108 on these market-leading noise-cancelling cans that have topped more best headphones lists than we've had hot dinners. They deliver 30 hours of battery life, too. Want to save even more cash? The silver option is a couple of quid cheaper.View Deal

Amazon Echo Dot: Was £49.99, now just £29.99
With smart control over your devices, as well as multi-room and multi-Echo pairing, the Echo Dot is a versatile smart speaker that gives you flexibility. It's available in four different colours, and its size means that it is equally at home as your speaker for playback while practicing, entertaining you while you cook or as a bedside alarm. At this price, we'd get two and build a stereo pair!  View Deal

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same Super Deluxe Boxset: was £214.99, now £162.83
Wherever it sits in the canon and whatever its limitations, for millions of second-generation Zeppelin fans, too young to see the band live, the film and soundtrack was a crucial imprinting. This super deluxe edition comes packed with extras including remastered audio, theatrical version of the film plus bonus content, a 28-page book featuring band photos and stills and an essay by Cameron Crowe, a replica of the Japanese program from 1977 and so much more.View Deal

Black Sabbath The Ultimate Collection: Was £60, now £45
Attention Black Sabbath fans! This four disc collection celebrates 50 years of Sabbath and sees the band pick their 31 favourite tracks. And as if that wasn’t enough, the collection has been pressed on eye-catching gold vinyl.View Deal

Sonos x Disney Plus: Get six months of Disney Plus for free
Between now and October 31, Sonos will give those buying their Beam, Arc or one of their selected speaker sets six months of Disney Plus free.View Deal

Amazon Music Unlimited: 99p for four months of music
More than 60 million tracks will be at your fingertips when you sign in to Amazon Music Unlimited. And that’s not all, you’ll also have access to a wide range of podcasts… perfect for when you’re not rocking out to your favourite tunes.View Deal

1460 The Who ankle boots: Were £149 now £75
A collaboration with The Who sees the 1460 transformed into something quite special. The boots feature a smooth leather upper with a large target icon emblazoned across the heel. View Deal

Ray-Ban Justin Rectangular Sunglasses | £128.72, £65
"For both men and women who are looking for stylish, durable, and prescription-ready polarised sunglasses, the Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 is right up your alley," says Ray-Ban. Polarised and inspired by the iconic Wayfarer sunglasses, the Justin style has been redesigned with slightly larger rectangular lenses. These sunglasses feature fresh new frame colours, stunning coloured lenses, and a rubberised frame finish to really give them that extra edge."View Deal

Metallica x Nixon Hardwired Time Teller: £110, now £88
Inspired by Metallica's 2016 album Hardwired... To Self-Destruct, this Time Teller design features the album artwork, the 'glitch' Metallica logo and Metallica Barb seconds hand.View Deal

Logitech Z623 THX 2.1 Speaker System| Was £156.64, now £115
Working from home and fed up of listening to music on tinny speakers? Here's the perfect solution: 400 watt speakers and subwoofer that come with George Lucas-approved THX-certification and a 5/5 review from our sister site TechRadar.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Bluetooth speaker deals

UK deals

Marshall Stanmore II Speaker | Was £299.99 now £289
This nifty speaker will fill even the largest room in the house with sound thanks to aptX technology which will give you glorious lossless wireless sound. It has a range of up to 30ft and is perfectly portable.


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Marshall Kilburn II Portable Speaker | Was £269.99, now £185
The Kilburn II is perfect for listening to your music outside, as it carries an IPX2 water-resistant rating, so it can cope with a splash or two of water. A single charge will also give you more than 20 hours of play time.


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Marshall Acton II Voice | Was 269.99, now £229
This Alexa-enabled powerhouse pumps out 60 watts of crushing audio, which can be EQ'd to your hearts content. You don't even need to get off the sofa to change the track or crank the volume, just use your voice. Right now you can save £80 off the full price.View Deal

Ultimate Ears Boom 2 Lite: Was £74, now £49.99
This limited edition Panther model provides beautiful 360° surround sound and can pair with up to eight other Bluetooth devices - including the 3nd gen Amazon Echo Dot which will give you access to Alexa's voice control.View Deal

Ultimate Ears Megaboom: Was £90.02, now £74.99
A step up from the Boom 2 Lite, the Megaboom also boasts 360° sound, but has dual-performance drivers that'll boost your listening experience. The Megaboom also has 20-hours battery life.
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Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II PLUS Bose Frames Audio Sunglasses | Now £200.99 (was £336.83)
A value-packed bundle. Bose's Rondo Sunglasses are usually £200 themselves. With built-in speakers, Bose's audio sunglasses produce rich, immersive sound for you, while the people around you hear practically nothing. The fact that you have nothing covering your ears, meanwhile, means that you can stay aware of your surroundings, while still enjoying your music. The Soundlink Color is a small, water-resistant speaker with a built-in mic for speakerphone and the audio quality that Bose is known for. This bundle is available for both Alto Sunglasses (think Wayfarer) and Rondo styles.View Deal

Anker SoundCore mini: was £24.99, now £22.99
This teeny weeny speaker packs a far larger punch than it lets on, has a decent battery life, powerful sound, integrated MP3 player and FM radio, and is now even more of a steal.View Deal

Amazon Echo Dot: Was £49.99, now just £29.99
With smart control over your devices, as well as multi-room and multi-Echo pairing, the Echo Dot is a versatile smart speaker that gives you flexibility. It's available in four different colours, and its size means that it is equally at home as your speaker for playback while practicing, entertaining you while you cook or as a bedside alarm. At this price, we'd get two and build a stereo pair!  View Deal

Google Home | Was £89, now £39
While Amazon are flogging its own Alexa line of discounts, Currys has snuck out this excellent Google Home deal. Save £50 on the smart speaker this week.View Deal

US deals

Echo Studio + Two Philips Hue bulb: $229.96, now $149.99,
This US only deal is similar to the above UK offer - except you get two Philips Hue bulbs thrown into the mix. Expect big sound that will fill even the largest room in your house.View Deal

Marshall Acton Multi-Room: Was $299.99, now $244.99
This Acton connects wirelessly to Chromecast, Spotify Connect, bluetooth and Airplay giving you a world of music at your fingertips. It can also hook up with your other Marshalls to fill your whole house with rock and metal.View Deal

Marshall Kilburn II Portable Speaker: $249.99, now $199.99
The Kilburn II is perfect for listening to your music out in the fresh air, as it carries an IPX2 water-resistant rating, so it can cope with a splash or two of water. A single charge will also give you more than 20 hours of play time.View Deal

JBL Boombox: was $400.35, now $279.95
At about 5kg this speaker is light, but delivers plenty of power. The Boombox itself contains two subwoofers and delivers an output of 30 Watts, both key to delivering its deep bass range and “monstrous” sound, as JBL puts it, at a very loud volume. View Deal

JBL Charge 3 | Was $149, now $119.93
You can connect up to 3 smartphones to this powerful Bluetooth speaker, making for the ultimate playlist party. It doubles up as a power bank, too, so your phones will never be out of juice.View Deal

Amazon Echo Dot w/Music Unlimited: Just $18.99!
If you're in the US, Amazon has brought an even better deal, combining the Echo Dot with 6 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $18.99. That gives you 6 months of access to over 60 million songs as well as a speaker to stream them on! This deal would normally set you back $97.93, so this is pretty much unmissable.
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Amazon Prime Day: Headphones deals

UK deals

AirPods Pro | Was £249, now £214.97
Another great Laptops Direct discount, especially seeing as AirPods Pros have been out for less than a year. If you're looking for fast pairing, clear audio and ace noise cancelling, these are the buds to go for.View Deal

AirPods 2 + Wireless Case | Was £199, now £159
Save £41 on the 2nd-gen AirPods complete with wireless charging case at Amazon right now. If you already have a wireless charging pad for your phone, this deal is a no-brainer.View Deal

AirPods 2 + Charging Case | Was £159, now £129.97
This deal at Laptops Direct slashes £30 off the awesome 2nd-generation AirPods with the standard charging case. They're still a strong seller so are rarely discounted. Best act fast!View Deal

Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones | Was £330, now £238.79
Save over £108 on these market-leading noise-cancelling cans that have topped more best headphones lists than we've had hot dinners. They deliver 30 hours of battery life, too. Want to save even more cash? The silver option is a couple of quid cheaper.View Deal

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 | Was £150, now £89.95
Get killer sound, water resistance and hours-long comfort for less than 90 quid. Choose from a black or stone finish.View Deal

US deals

AirPods Pro | Was $249, now $219
This deal for the top flight AirPods Pros is live on Amazon right now. If you're looking for fast pairing, clear audio and ace noise cancelling, these are the buds to go for.View Deal

AirPods 2 + Wireless Case | Was $199, now $158
Save $40 on the 2nd-gen AirPods complete with wireless charging case at Amazon right now. If you already have a wireless charging pad for your phone, this deal is a no-brainer.View Deal

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 | Now $89.95
Get killer sound, water resistance and hours-long comfort for less than 90 quid. Choose from a black or stone finish. Snap them up before they sell out!
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Marshall Monitor headphones: Were $249.99, now $119.99
Crisp sound, good Bluetooth functionality with a strong 30 hours of battery life, convenient built-in controls and 55% off make these a strong contender for those looking for a pair of slick new wireless headphones. Plus, they're Marshall, so they just look cool.View Deal

Marshall Major III headphones: Were $149.99, now $99.99
Touted as "the next chapter in the revolutionary history of Marshall", the Major III Bluetooth headphones are their classic model redesigned with a sleeker look and an ergonomic fit. They've also scored an average of five stars from almost 50 user reviews.View Deal

Marshall MID A.N.C.: Were $279.99, now $169.99
If you’re looking for a new set of cans with active noise cancelling technology, then look no further than these. These Marshalls offer fabulous sound and boast close to 20 hours of wireless play when ANC is engaged – and 30 when played normally.View Deal

Sony WH-CH710N headphones: was $199.99, now $88.00
These Sony noise-cancelling headphones come in relatively cheap considering their feature-set at the best of times, and even more so at their current price. They also have adaptive noise cancellation, fun, energetic sound and a 35-hour battery life.
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Sony WHXB900N headphones: was $248.00, now $123.00
These wireless noise-canceling headphones were created to bridge the Extra Bass series and the premium WH-1000XM3 cans. "There aren't many headphones out there in the market that are able to provide this kind of listening experience," say the experts at TechRadar.
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Beats Solo Pro headphones: was $299.99, now $179.99
When it comes to style and design the Beats Solo Pro remain unrivalled in the headphones space. We love the choice of available colours – which is handy, as dark blue, light blue, and red are all available at this much cheaper price.
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Beats Solo Pro headphones: was $299.99, now $229.99
As above, but the grey, black and ivory colourways are slightly more expensive.View Deal

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 headphones: was $399.99, now $349.99
If you’re looking for class-leading wireless, noise-canceling headphones, these cans are well worth considering – especially with this significant discount. Silver and space grey are currently included in the offer.View Deal

Sennheiser HD 458BT headphones: was $199.98, now $99.98
Sennheiser are well-known for their high quality sound, and these cans are no different. They're also equipped with noise cancelling, 30-hour battery life, a sleek new look and are comfortable to wear.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Vinyl deals

UK deals

Black Sabbath The Ultimate Collection: Was £60, now £45
Attention Black Sabbath fans! This four disc collection celebrates 50 years of Sabbath and sees the band pick their 31 favourite tracks. And as if that wasn’t enough, the collection has been pressed on eye-catching gold vinyl.View Deal

Motorhead 1979: Was £190, now £142.50
This package not only gathers together Motorhead's classic Overkill and Bomber albums, it also features live cuts, b-sides, a 7-inch single, booklet, sheet music, a tour programme and five badges!View Deal

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same Super Deluxe Boxset: was £214.99, now £126.78
Wherever it sits in the canon and whatever its limitations, for millions of second-generation Zeppelin fans, too young to see the band live, the film and soundtrack was a crucial imprinting. This super deluxe edition comes packed with extras including remastered audio, theatrical version of the film plus bonus content, a 28-page book featuring band photos and stills and an essay by Cameron Crowe, a replica of the Japanese program from 1977 and so much more.View Deal

Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same reissue: was £107.99, now £74.98
This reissue of Led Zep's concert film soundtrack includes remastered audio on four 180-gram vinyl LPs, plus a 28-page booklet featuring band photos and stills and an essay by Cameron Crowe.View Deal

David Bowie Who Can I Be Now?: £219.99, now £144.99
This 13-disc David Bowie collection captures his work between 1974 and 1976 and includes Diamond Dogs, David Live, Young Americans, Station To Station, The Gouster, Live Nassau Coliseum 76 and Re:Call 2.View Deal

Def Leppard: Hits Vegas: £40.83, now £35.90
Def Leppard’s smash hit 2019 residency at Zappos Theatre in Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas is documented in this new vinyl pressing. It’s out on October 16 but Amazon have cut the cost if you pre-order now. It's packed with 28 tracks, including acoustic rarities.View Deal

Eagles: Legacy: was £118.39, now £88.79
Save £30
on this 12 CD boxset that includes all seven of the band’s studio albums, three live albums, and a compilation of singles and b-sides. It also includes two concert videos: Hell Freezes Over (DVD) and Farewell Tour: Live From Melbourne (Blu-ray) and a book. It's all the Eagles you could need. I mean, more than, to be honest.View Deal

Motorhead Ace of Spades 40th anniversary: £153.99, now £149.99
This new Motorhead deluxe box set celebrates the band's iconic Ace Of Spades album and is jam packed with extras including 42 previously unreleased tracks and a double album of b-sides, rare cuts and studio outtakes.View Deal

Buffalo Springfield: Buffalo Springfield Again: was £29.99, now £13.99
The second album by Neil Young and Stephen Stills' Buffalo Springfield. Originally released in 1967, a pristine copy is hard to come by. At almost half-price, this 2019 repress from Rhino is the way to relive their astonishing versatility and songwriting. Neil Young's 'Broken Arrow' and 'Mr Soul' are counterpointed by Steven Stills' genius in offerings such as 'Bluebird', not to mention the Richie Furay efforts 'Sad Memory' and 'Good Time Boy'.View Deal

Marillion - Brave deluxe vinyl edition: was £71.99, now £43.99
The deluxe package includes the original studio album, which has been newly remastered by Steven Wilson, and a complete recording of the band’s April 29, 1994, performance from La Cigale in Paris, which has been expanded with nine previously unreleased tracks. Also available in the non-deluxe edition for £25.49 (was £33.99).View Deal

Marillion - Clutching At Straws deluxe: was £92.20, now £52.05
Marillion's 1987 album got a lavish re-issue in 2018, including a stereo remix, a live set from the Edinburgh Playhouse in 1987, demos and a Blu-ray containing a 48/24 audio mix of Clutching At Straws and in stereo 5.1, The Last Straw documentary, bonus tracks and more.View Deal

Yes - Yes on vinyl: was £28.99, now £19.38
The debut 1969 album from the band who went on to be one of prog rock's driving forces. This debut is an illuminating template on which the group would quickly build, featuring some exceptional vocal harmonies, plus a harder edge and excellent musicianship.View Deal

US deals

The Allman Brothers Band: Trouble No More | Was $59.92, now $34.34
This 5CD career retrospective is housed in a 12-panel softpack with slipcase; includes an 88-page booklet, unreleased band photos & newly shot photos of memorabilia from the Big House Museum. Features an essay on the band's 50-year history by John Lynskey. Time limited deal: ends 10.19 ESTView Deal

Frank Zappa: The Roxy Performances | Was $59.99, now $33.74
This 7CD set includes four shows from December 9 & 10 1973, remixed in 2016 and presented in their entirety for the first time. Also included is the sound check from December 8 and bonus content featuring rehearsal nuggets and unreleased sessions. Time limited deal: ends 8.34 ESTView Deal

Woodstock - Back To The Garden - 50th Anniversary Experience (10CD) : $159.99, now $104.99
With 162 tracks recorded at the legendary festival across 10 CDs, this is the first Woodstock collection to feature live recordings of every performer at the festival, including Joan Baez, The Band, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Sly and the Family Stone, and The Who.View Deal

Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: $61.31, now $41.99
Elton John’s seventh studio album has been remastered and presented on 180g heavyweight double vinyl. It a bona fide classic thanks to tracks including Bennie And The Jets, Candle In The Wind and, of course, the title track itself.View Deal

Stone Temple Pilots: Purple (Super Deluxe) : $64.98, $49.65
Save $15 on this 3-CD/1-LP set that includes a newly remastered version of the original studio album on both CD and vinyl, plus unreleased versions of album tracks and rarities, along with an unreleased full concert recording from 1994.View Deal

Paul McCartney Flaming Pie: $38.98, now $34.99
Paul McCartney’s celebrated 1997 album Flaming Pie was reissued back in June this year on double LP. It was remastered at half speed and pressed on heavyweight vinyl. This new version is presented in a gatefold sleeve and includes a booklet.View Deal

Jethro Tull: Stormwatch (The 40th Anniversary Force 10 Edition) : $64.98, $46.49
This 4CD/2DVD collection expands Tull’s 1979 album with Steven Wilson’s newly remixed version of the original, plus studio outtakes, an entire unreleased concert recorded in 1980, and more.View Deal

Melvins - Stag: was $43.02, now $37.09
Buzz Osbourne’s crew of weirdos always prided themselves on their incomprehensible melding of Captain Beefheart and Celtic Frost, and Stag is one of the best places for the uninitiated to start their journey into Melvins’ world.View Deal

Anthrax For All Kings: $53.78, now $43.37
Anthrax returned with For All Kings in 2016 - the follow-up to their 2011 LP Worship Music. The album was Anthrax’s first with guitarist Jon Donais and features Evil Twin and the blistering title track.View Deal

Muse - Drones: was $72.40, now $43.88
The band’s first fully-fledged concept album, according to frontman Matt Bellamy, the narrative of the album was based around the idea that “the world is run by Drones utilising Drones to turn us all into Drones.” So now you know.View Deal

Pixies Indie Cindy: $55.25, now $33.69
Pixies returned after a 23-year hiatus with Indie Cindy in 2014. Bassist Kim Deal was no longer the band, but it was a welcome return for Pixies who have gone on to record a further two albums since this comeback record.View Deal

Fall Out Boy - From Under The Cork Tree: was $67.79, now $53.38
Fall Out Boy's second album was a clarion call to miserable, misunderstood teenagers the world over, and an album that made the band's legacy.View Deal

Mudhoney - Superfuzz Bigmuff: was $53.21, now $30.76
Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm was there right at the beginning with Green River, but it was Mudhoney (who he also fronted), with their debut Superfuzz Bigmuff that truly defined both the Seattle sound and Sub Pop’s manifesto. View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Funko Pops

US deals

Iron Man Funko Pop: was $10.99, now $8.98
There are many different designs of Iron Man Funko Pops, so the most ardent collector will need them all – including this multicoloured Tony Stark figurine.View Deal

Star Wars: Mandalorian Kuiil Funko Pop: was $10.99, now $8.99
Kuiil – who we all know and love as the vapour farmer on Arvala-7 – hails from The Mandalorian Disney+ Star Wars series, and is a cute little must buy for all Star Wars completionists out there.View Deal

Star Wars: D-O Funko Pop: was $10.99, now $8.78
From Star Wars Episode IV: Rise of Skywalker, D-O is an excitable little droid and a new pal of BB-8. Now, thanks to Funko Pop!, you can have a mini D-O all of your own.View Deal

Star Wars: BB-8 Funko Pop: was $10.99, now $8.98
Because you can't have a tiny D-O without a tiny BB-8. It's just cruel.View Deal

Game Of Thrones Sansa Stark Funko Pop: was $10.99, now $6.25
There are many reasons to love Sansa Stark – we won't list them here lest we be accused of spoilers – but this tiny figurine is the perfect homage to the mighty character.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Streaming & subscriptions

Sonos x Disney Plus: Get six months of Disney Plus for free
Between now and October 31, Sonos will give those buying their Beam, Arc or one of their selected speaker sets six months of Disney Plus free.View Deal

Amazon Music Unlimited: 99p for four months of music
More than 60 million tracks will be at your fingertips when you sign in to Amazon Music Unlimited. And that’s not all, you’ll also have access to a wide range of podcasts… perfect for when you’re not rocking out to your favourite tunes.View Deal

Audible: 30 days free - plus two free audiobooks
Amazon’s audiobook service is great for keeping up with your favourite novels on the go. Download your purchases through the app and you’re straight into a world of fabulous books covering everything from sci-fi to music biographies.View Deal

Kindle Unlimited: Three months free
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited subscription gives you access to more than one million titles which you can read at any time on your Kindle or through the Kindle app on your smartphone. It’s a great way to discover new authors and genres.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Clothing & merch deals

UK deals

Converse x Scooby-Doo Chuck 70 High Top: £85, now £49.99
Zoinks! It looks like Converse have got away with it thanks to those meddling kids! Yes, the footwear giant have teamed up with Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and ol’ Scoob for this mystery-solving pair of black and white High Tops... and we love 'em!View Deal

Converse Stars and Stripes Chuck 70: £80, now £39.99
In a nod to July 4, these Converse Stars and Stripes Chuck 70 High Tops have been finished in denim to better cope with daily wear and tear, and that design is just perfect.View Deal

Converse Final Club Pro Leather High Top: £75, now £44.99
Converse's Final Club Pro Leather High Tops were originally released back in 1976 and worn by NBA legend Julius "Dr J" Erving. This contemporary pair have been tweaked for every day wear and presented in black and tan.View Deal

1461 Leather Sex Pistol Shoes: Were £129 now £89
Show off your love of the Sex Pistols with these cracking leather shoes. The design is based around the newspaper headlines that followed their infamous appearance on Bill Grundy’s TV show!View Deal

1460 The Who ankle boots: Were £149 now £75
A collaboration with The Who sees the 1460 transformed into something quite special. The boots feature a smooth leather upper with a large target icon emblazoned across the heel. View Deal

1460 CBGB Printed leather ankle boots: Were £149 now £105
The eye-catching design is thanks to a collaboration with famous Manhattan music venue CBGB. The boot is printed top to bottom with a vibrant skull pattern.View Deal

Ray-Ban Justin Rectangular Sunglasses | £128.72, £69
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For both men and women who are looking for stylish, durable, and prescription-ready polarised sunglasses, the Ray-Ban Justin RB4165 is right up your alley," says Ray-Ban. Polarised and inspired by the iconic Wayfarer sunglasses, the Justin style has been redesigned with slightly larger rectangular lenses. These sunglasses feature fresh new frame colours, stunning coloured lenses, and a rubberised frame finish to really give them that extra edge."View Deal

Ray-Ban New Wayfarer Sunglasses | £128.72, £84.04
35% off.  "The smaller sleeker counterpart to the original 1956 Ray-Ban Wayfarer. Featuring the same chunky style frame and slightly flared eye-pieces, Ray-Ban say that "the New Wayfarer is more compact for a subtler contemporary feel, paving the way for the new generation. Go quirky yet understated in blue with clear edging that gives a unique twist on tradition."View Deal

Metallica x Nixon Hardwired Time Teller: £110, now £88
Inspired by Metallica's 2016 album Hardwired... To Self-Destruct, this Time Teller design features the album artwork, the 'glitch' Metallica logo and Metallica Barb seconds hand.View Deal

Ray-Ban Clubmaster Wayfarer Sunglasses | £128.72, £87.00
The Clubmaster was worn to perfection by James Dean, who defined their unusual 'Last of The International-intellectual-Saucepot' vibes. Ray-Ban themselves put it more tastefully: "Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses are retro and timeless. Inspired by the 50’s, the unmistakable design of the Clubmaster Classic is worn by cultural intellectuals, those who lead the changed tomorrow." I think what they're saying is: you would, wouldn't you?View Deal

15% off merch for one day only at Impericon
Band merch and alt.clothing specialists Impericon are offering 15% off merch today – just add the code MERCHDAY at checkout – meaning you can pick up stuff by oooooooh just about everyone: Nirvana, AC/DC, The Clash, Motorhead, Linkin Park, Misfits, Slipknot [keeps on listing bands until fingers drop off].
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Levi's Men's 512 Slim Taper Fit Jean | £95.00, from £49.23
Big savings on these modern classics. The 511s had a slimmer look that fitted just below the waist. The main difference between the 512 and 511 is the tapered leg on the 512. Tapered is also called a 'carrot' fit, where the leg tapers down to the ankle to give a slimmer leg opening. basically, if carrots could wear jeans, they'd choose the 512s. Turnips are shit outta luck.View Deal

Levi's Men's 501 Original fit Jeans | £88.44, from £25.50
60% off the daddies of jean cool. When David Bowie sang, "Blue Jean – look out world you know I've got mine" he meant 501s. [Note to Bowie Estate/Lawyers: he probably didn't, I'm just guessing.] When American Idol winner Scott McCreery sang, on Blue Jean baby, "She bought 'em at the thrift store down on Main/For twenty-three dollars a pair", he forgot to tell her that she didn't have to go all the way down to Main. I mean, it's Prime Day. It'll be coming through your letter box tomorrow and you don't need to wear a mask.View Deal

Women's Innovation Super Skinny Jeans | £85.00, £54.38
There's 56% off, if you fancy trying to pour yourself into these super-skinny wonders. Also in the sale for women are the 724 High Rise Straight Jeans, classic Levi's tees, the 725 flare-y bootcuts, this very louche western blouse and much more including...View Deal

Levi's Plus Size Women's Jeans | £80.00, from £32.67
Available in long-legged and short, from size 14 to 24, in blues, black and a load of other colours with pretentious names like Rio Falls, Songbird Plus, Open Ocean, Candy Apple Blue, Tights In White Satin, the Blue Mondays and more (I might have made up a couple of those).View Deal

Men's Type 3 Sherpa Trucker Denim Jacket | £114.98, from £57.04
Of course Levi's don't just do jeans and they have all sorts of other cool shit in the sale – including sweatshirts at half price, these cool boots, classic denim shirts and more – but our favourite is this fleece-lined winter jacket. Depending on size and colour, you can save 60% plus.View Deal

US deals

Metallica x Nixon Kill Em All Time Teller: $125, now $100
Inspired by Metallica's debut album, this Time Teller has a 'Metallica Hammer' hour hand, 'Metallica Barb' seconds hand and iconic Kill 'Em All album art design.View Deal

Metallica x Nixon Pushead Time Teller: $125, now $100
This features the artwork of Brian Schroeder (a.k.a. Pushead), who has worked with Metallica on numerous occasions, including on the music video for One and the album cover for St. Anger, along with many web graphics and T-shirt designs.
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Metallica x Nixon All Black Time Teller: $125, now $100
Want to wear your love of Metallica on your sleeve, but you want to keep it subtle? The All Black Time Teller is for you. It features custom 'nail' hour and minutes hands, a 'Metallica barb' seconds hand and custom 'Torq screw indices.View Deal

Converse Vintage Floral Chuck 70: $85, now $55.97
Bright and floral - with a few Fall leaves thrown in for good measure - these throwbacks Chuck 70s are most definitely in season. This new edition takes its inspiration from the good old days of the Seventies and we can’t get enough of them.View Deal

Converse Logo Play Chuck Taylor All Star: $70, now $48.97
Why have just one Converse logo on the side of your sneaker when you can have four? This pair only come in black and white, but with those stickers and accompanying red stripe, they’re definitely colourful.View Deal

Converse Unleash Peace Chuck 70: $85, now $62.97
In these uncertain times, we all need a bit of peace and love, so why not celebrate the good things with this eye-catching pair of sneakers? Presented in cream with the famous symbol for peace, these are just the tonic we need right now.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Books

UK deals

David Bowie 1983: An Intimate Portrait: was £40, now £27.54
This impressive book is "a never-before-seen photographic portrait of a year with Bowie", featuring images captured by his photographer Denis O'Regan on the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983.View Deal

Glastonbury 50: was £30.00, now £21.27
The Official Story Of Glastonbury Festival is told here by the people who know it best – organisers Michael and Emily Eavis, as well as a selection of the artists who have played the legendary festival over the years.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Whisky

UK deals

Chivas Regal Whisky Blending Kit: Was £29.95, now £14.99
We really like this idea - a blending kit courtesy of Chivas Regal. Mix and match from the 5cl pours in the pack to create something unique, with a flavour profile to suit your particular palette. It’s a great way to learn to separate the fruity, floral, citrus and smoky flavours and aromas from whisky.View Deal

Chivas Regal 12 year old: Was £29.95, now £23
For just over 20 notes, you can’t go wrong here. This popular blend is ideal for sipping or mixing – and makes a decent High Ball. Blends can get a bad wrap from the whisky snobs, but Chivas is always a decent drop - and versatile, too. And let's not forget, there's a confident age statement on the bottle – and that should also be celebrated.View Deal

Glenmorangie 10 year old: Was £37.49, now £26
This classic Highland single malt has long been a dependable dram and one that’s enjoyed by those beginning their whisky journey and experienced quaffers alike. Light and fruity with a nice whack of malt, you really can’t go wrong.View Deal

Shackleton Blended Whisky Gift Pack: Was £35, now £24.50
The story of the Shackleton has become something of a legend in whisky circles. The blend is based on the whisky that was consumed during Ernest Shackleton’s British Antarctic Expedition in 1907. When his ship the Nimrod departed from Antartica in 1909, some of  the bottles were left behind. They were unearthed - or should that be de-iced? - in 2007, with Whyte & Mackay’s Richard Paterson creating this concoction from a tiny sample he received from the original bottle. Is it the same? We will never know, but it’s a good blend - and this pack comes with a glass and a wee ice cube maker.View Deal

Johnnie Walker Double Black: Was £42.50, now £26.99
The Double Black was originally bottled for the travel retail sector, but was popular enough for Diageo to take stock and give it a general release. Smokier than the standard 12 year old Black Label, this blended whisky is a good dram for a cold night – and this is a great price. View Deal

Eagle Rare: was £36, now £30
This 10 year old bourbon comes from Buffalo Trace but unlike their standard offering at 40% – which would be great at a higher ABV –the Eagle Rare weighs in a more respectable 45%. It’s nutty, has some citrus notes and is packed with cinnamon and vanilla flavours.View Deal

Bunnahabhain Stiuireadair: Was £36, now £29.95
This non-age statement expression from the team at Islay’s Bunnahabhain distillery is bottled, as always, at a robust 46.3% ABV. Sherry casks have been used in its maturation and it’s a cracker of a dram. Note: The view from Bunnahabhain over to Jura is knockout, so if you’re over on the island, a distillery trip is a must.View Deal

Lagavulin 9 House Lannister: Was £65 now £51.43
In our opinion, whisky from Lagavulin is heard to beat - and if you're ever on the island of Islay, a warehouse tasting at the distillery is essential. This 9 year old has a different character from the 8, 12 and 16 years old Lagavulins, making it one to savour and explore.View Deal

Aberlour Casg Annamh: Was £55, now £40
What does “Casg Annamh” actually mean? Well, it's Gaelic for “rare cask”. Now, we’re not sure how “rare” the casks for this Aberlour expression actually are, but it is a cracking drop for sherryheads no matter what way you cut it. It’s a vastly cheaper option than the admittedly excellent A’Bunadh, but best be quick, as batches of the Casg Annamh usually sell out fast.View Deal

Redbreast 12 year old: Was £49.99, now £37.38
This is a fabulous single pot still Irish whisky. In fact, you could pick up anything from the Redbreast range and we’re pretty confident you wouldn’t be disappointed. The 12 is their entry level and is simply excellent – and with a chunk of change off it right now, this is a  bargain. View Deal

Jack Daniel's Frank Sinatra Edition: Was £139.50, now £99.99
This is not your standard Old No. 7. This special Frank Sinatra edition is a cut above the rock'n'roll favourite - especially if you’re after something to sip rather than mix. It’s helped by the fact it’s bottled at 45% ABV and allows flavours of apple, orange and vanilla to come to the fore. For a litre, this is great deal.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Gin, rum and vodka

Tarquin's Handcrafted Cornish Dry Gin: £32.50, £21.99
Tarquin's bottles really stand out thanks to their beautiful frosted glass and blue wax seal - fortunately the gin inside is even better, with juniper sourced from Kosovo. We even quite like this one neat.View Deal

Aviation American Gin: £28, now £23.50
Another eye-catching bottle thanks to it’s throwback design, but this Oregon gin has more to it that just fancy packaging. It’s not quite as juniper forward as other gins, which allows the cornucopia of flavours to really come to the foreView Deal

Beefeater 24 London Dry Gin: £25.69, now £20
Here’s a story about Beefeater. I once attended a blind gin tasting which featured 14 neat gins from around the world. My top pick? Beefeater. Just goes to show that this cracking London Dry Gin can go toe to toe with anyone.View Deal

Sandy Leaf Farm Ultimate Gin Maker's Kit: £29.99, now £24.99
Here’s a great gift for the gin lover in your life. Rather than buy endless bottles, you could always make your own. This pack has all the ingredients for you to make 10 bottles… all for less than 25 quid.View Deal

Dead Man's Fingers Pineapple Rum: £22, now £17.99
Dead Man’s Fingers have been around for a while and have several mouthwatering rums in their lineup. We like this pineapple rum, which makes a refreshing long drink. And we also approve of the skull logo, too.View Deal

Peaky Blinder Black Spiced Rum: £26, now £16.99
This is a great rum for the price and has won several awards. It’s packed with notes of vanilla, citrus and spice and makes a mean Dark And Stormy. Just add ginger beer, a wedge of lime, a few chunks of ice and you’re good to go.View Deal

Ron Zacapa Centenario XO Rum Solera Gran Reserva: £109.99, now £95.96
OK, so the price has jumped a bit here, but we've moved into Ron Zacapa territory – and this is rum you won't want to mix. A fabulous slow sipper, this is lovely neat as it contains rums of up to 25 years old which had extra maturation in ex Cognac barrels.View Deal

Motorhead Premium Dark Rum
Sadly, Amazon haven't cut the price on this splendid drop, but we're mentioning it anyway as it's pretty damn good... and it's Motorhead approved. This has been created with ex-Bourbon aged Caribbean reserve rums, and it's bursting with flavour. Big and bold just as you'd expect.View Deal

Snow Leopard Vodka: £36.67, now £21.99
The Snow Leopard is made from spelt grain and has more than aa touch of vanilla and spice about it. But perhaps best of all, 5% of profits from sales go straight to the Snow Leopard Trust.
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Crystal Head John Alexander: £99.99, now £94.12
This most excellent limited edition has been released to mark 10 years of Crystal Head vodka. It’s made in Canada and is top drawer. And will you just look at that bottle. I’ll take two!View Deal

Amazon Prime Day: Gaming

Nintendo Switch Lite with Minecraft: Was £218.99, now £199
All four colours of the Nintendo Switch Lite are available for £199 with a free copy of the massive and evergreen
Minecraft, which is continuing to keep players entertained thanks to its tales of building and survival.
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Amazon Prime Day: Tablets

Amazon Fire HD 8 £89.99 £44.99 at Amazon | £89 £44.99
A ridiculously low price for a feature-packed Fire HD tablet. For £45 you get a decent 8in display, 10 hour battery life and Alexa voice control. Not back in stock until November 17, but you can buy it at this price today only.

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Amazon Fire HD 10 32GB | £149 £89
Time is running out on this 40% off deal on Amazon's five-star, 10.1in tablet. The Fire HD 10 is their largest display in 1080P full HD and is now 30% faster thanks to the powerful 2.0 GHz octa-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. Up to 12 hours of mixed-use battery life.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 32GB £139 £99 | £139 £99
Just six hours left to pick up Samsung's family-friendly budget tablet with 8in display and 32GB of storage. Grab 30% off before the deals ends.
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Apple iPad 10.2in 2019 32GB Silver | £349 £299
A deal that's available to non-Prime members. John Lewis have knocked £50 off this 2019 model. The display misses out on HDR support but the natural-looking picture is impressive and the sound is loud and dynamic. A user-friendly device at a user-friendly price.
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2020 Apple iPad (8th gen) 32GB | £329 £302.68
Currys/PC World are offering what could be the cheapest price on a 2020 iPad. Make sure you use the code PICK8OFF at checkout to apply the discount. This model contains an A12 Bionic chip and comes with a 10.2-inch Retina display.View Deal

2020 Apple iPad (8th gen) 128GB | £429 £394.68
A great deal from Currys/PC World for this current-generation 'standard' iPad with plenty of valuable storage space. Make sure you use the code PICK8OFF at checkout to apply the discount. This model contains an A12 Bionic chip and comes with a 10.2-inch Retina display.View Deal

iPad Air, 64GB (3rd-gen) | £479 £455.18 £456.18
It's not be the latest model, but the 3rd-generation iPad Air is still a great tablet, and Amazon UK is offering it to Prime members at a great price.View Deal

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 128GB | £899 £659
And if you want a SERIOUS tablet, you can save £240 off this multi-tasking marvel, which boasts a 12.3in PixelSense display with facial recognition.
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When is Prime Day?

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Amazon Prime Day is usually a July event. Last year it ran from July 15 to 16 (eagle-eyed readers will have spotted that Prime ‘Day’ is actually a 2-day event), offering 48-hours of mega deals, sales and discounts.

For 2020, Amazon has officially confirmed that Prime Day will take place on 13 and 14 October, stating: "Amazon’s annual Prime Day event is back in time for the festive season, taking place on 13th and 14th October. The two-day shopping event delivers Prime members incredible savings and deep discounts on over one million deals globally across every category. Prime Day kicks off at 00.01am on Tuesday, 13th October and runs through to 23.59pm on Wednesday 14th October, for Prime members in the U.K, U.S., U.A.E, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, and – participating for the first time this year – Turkey and Brazil."

Do you need an Amazon Prime subscription?

The short answer is yes. In order to take advantage of Amazon’s best Prime Day deals you need to be a Prime subscriber. While we’re not condoning this behaviour, we've heard that you can sign up for a free trial nearer the event, bag all the bargains you can handle, then cancel once you’re satiated. But you didn’t hear that from us...

Amazon Prime Members get faster delivery of orders, exclusive deals and access to Prime Video, so if you’re a regular shopper, it could be worth signing up anyway.

As of right now, a monthly Amazon Prime subscription will cost you £7.99/$12.99 (which can be cancelled at any time) and a yearly option is £79/$119.

But it's worth noting that not all the action takes places on Amazon, with plenty of non-Amazon retailers slashing prices and making the most of the buzz surrounding Prime Day. You might not needed that Prime membership after all.

Where to find the best Amazon Prime Day deals

If you’re a music fan (if not, you've clearly landed on Louder in error) then there will be countless deals to sink your teeth into. Whether you’re after a new pair of budget wireless headphones, you’re planning on upgrading your turntable, stocking up on vinyl or you’ve got your eyes on a new smart speaker, it’s definitely worth putting some budget aside for a bargain once Prime Day rolls around.

Amazon devices sell super well around Prime Day, so if you’re in the market for an Amazon Echo Studio – our pick for the best smart speaker right now – or one of the all-new Echo Dots, then you’ll be sure to find the best prices come Prime Day.

One of last year's deal highlights was a monster discount applied to the Guns N' Roses Locked N’ Loaded box set so we're excited to check out the best Prime Day vinyl deals for 2020, too.

What else should I look out for on Prime Day?

With Prime Day being an Amazon invention, it's likely you'll find money off Amazon's own products. So, if you've been thinking about purchasing an Amazon Echo device, Prime Day could be the time to get a big discount. We're hoping to see big money off the fantastic-sounding Echo Studio, in addition to the compact Echo Dot. Last year Amazon was running deals on its smart speakers with bundles that included free subscriptions to their Music Unlimited streaming service, too.

2019 Amazon Prime Day deals highlights

Bose SoundLink Wireless Headphones £199.95, now £109.95
The ultimate in airport fashion, these bad boys from Bose remain the travellers's favourite, and at this price they were an absolute steal on Prime Day.
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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9i Headphones: £450 now £225
The H9is are an updated version of the Beoplay H9s which are known for their ace battery life and luxurious design – the new limited edition H9is look are even more luxurious, with a travel-inspired design.View Deal

Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones: was £249.95, now £142.99
Dr Dre might not be an actual doctor, but he knows a thing or two about ear furniture, as the huge success of the Beats range demonstrates. These were available on Prime Day 2019 with over 100 quid off.  View Deal

Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM Was £169.99, now £104.97
It's easy to control your tunes via Alexa and blast out 360-degrees of rich audio with this Bluetooth speaker. And if you weren't a fan of black (really?) you could pick one up in yellow, green, blue or white for the same price.View Deal

B&O Beoplay A1 Portable Speaker Was £230, now £134.99
Another quality mini-speaker deal was this from Bang & Olufsen. Our sister mag What Hi-Fi said: "the A1 does stand out in the smorgasbord of quality that is the portable Bluetooth speaker market, with good (and practical) looks, generous battery life and a clear, full-bodied sound. It may bring B&O’s entry-level price down, but doesn’t drag its hardy reputation down with it."View Deal

Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + Amazon Smart Plug £64.98, now £31.99
Amazon was offering smart speaker bundles complete with a smart plug last year, meaning you could get all the benefits of the Echo Dot plus add voice control to any electrical socket: schedule lights, coffee machines and other appliances using your voice.View Deal

Sony PSHX500 Turntable: £400 £278
Everything about this turntable screams class, from the sturdy tonearm for accurate tracking, to the ability to record your vinyl as high-res audio. It supports phono and line output, too. Last year it could be yours for well under 300 notes.View Deal

Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack: was £36.00, now £18.99
In 2019 you could bag almost 50% off this upmarket JD. While Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 might be more iconic, don’t miss this premium version of the famous Tennessee whiskey. It’s more robust than what we’ve come to expect from the distillery and, as a result, this has more depth of flavour.View Deal

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch, WiFi + Cellular 256GB: £1,269 £1,110
If you wanted a 12.9-inch iPad Pro with cellular connectivity, this was a pretty sweet deal, serving up a tasty 13% saving.


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Marshall Kilburn Bluetooth Speaker: was $299.99, now $184
This portable, lightweight speaker is ideal for life on the go. With two 3/4" domed tweeters and a meaty 4" woofer, there's nothing lightweight about the sound.View Deal

Rick & Morty - Hologram Rick Clone: was $11.99, now $8.99
This has got to be up there as one of the most exciting Funko Pops out there, as it glows in the dark, which we can all agree is pretty cool. Again, this special edition Hologram Rick Clone is only available on Amazon.View Deal