Amazon Prime Day is over, but there are still some great deals available! Who'd have thought. We've got some super last-man-standing deals for you to browse through below. 

The first 24 hours of Prime Day was the biggest day of the year for Amazon UK - the retailer said the most shopped for categories included wine and spirits, video game consoles and headphones while the top-sellers were the Fire TV Stick 4K, Sony PlayStation Classic Console and Oral B Smart Series Electric Toothbrush.

To get Amazon Prime deals you need to be a Prime member. It usually costs £79 a year but you get a 30 day trial. 

Now, let's check out the remaining deals. 

Amazon Prime Day 2019: Deal categories
Amazon Echo and Fire TV iPads, Fire tablets and Kindle
Echo bundle deals Laptops and Chromebooks
Cameras and photography equipment Smart home devices
Bluetooth speakers Headphones and earbuds
Console deals Robot vacuum cleaners
Smartphones and tablets Smartwatches and fitness trackers
TVs, streaming and soundbars Lego deals
Gaming gear Prime Day tips and tricks

Amazon Echo and Fire TV

• Amazon Echo (2nd gen), save £30, now £59: A crazy saving sees the standard Echo reduced significantly. View this super Echo offer

• Amazon Echo Dot (3rd gen), save £25, now £24.99 (was £49.99): It's almost comedy prices for the Echo Dot, the compact yet powerful Alexa device. A perfect starting point or to add Alexa to any room, the Dot is always a big hit. View this offer

Laptops and Chromebooks

Dell Chromebook 11 3000 11.6-inch HD laptop - save 25%, now £149.99: This budget Chromebook is an absolute steal, with the Intel Celeron N3060, 4GB RAM, 16 GB stprage and, of course, Chrome OS. See this Dell deal

Smart home 

• Lifx Mini (B22) Wi-Fi colour bulbs 4x, save £48.07, now £111.92 (was £159.99): Lifx offer colour LED bulbs that don't need a hub, work with Alexa, Google Assistant or Apple HomeKit. View this offer


 • Libratone Zipp wireless speaker: save 23 per cent - was £197.65, now just £151.99. Just like the Megaboom, the Libratone has gained plaudits for being a fantastic 360-degree wireless speaker. It looks cool, sounds great, and now costs less than before. View the Libratone Zipp speaker deal on Amazon. 

Headphones and earbuds

• Libratone Q Adapt 4-stage ANC headphones: save 61 per cent - was £219.99, now just £85.00. If you're after a wireless, active noise cancelling pair of on-ears for an absolute bargain price, you can't go wrong with Libratone's Prime Day deal. With more than 20 hours of battery, and available in three colours, they're among the most stylish on-ears out there. View the Libratone Q Adapt offer on Amazon. 

• Libratone TRACK+ Wireless In-Ear Headphones: save 32 per cent - was £169.99, now just £115.00. The Track+ is one of our favourite pairs of earphones, and won our Pocket-lint Award for best in-ear in 2018. It's a super-sound, comfortable and fully featured pair of noise cancelling in ears, and now it's even more affordable than before. See the Libratone Track+ offer at Amazon. 

Robot vacuum cleaners

• iRobot Roomba 671 - save 33 per cent, was £399, now £269.99: If you're after a Roomba then this barge is bound to get you spinning around (just like the bot). See the offer on Amazon.

Smartphones and tablets

• Huawei Mate 20 Pro (128GB), save £400, now £499 (was £899): Big screen and big camera experience from one of the biggest phone companies on the planet. There are a lot of deals around on Huawei devices, but this is a good price. Click to see the deal

• Honor 10 (128GB), save £150, now £249 (was £399): It's a 2018 flagship-grade handset with great design, screen and lots of power, at a price that's almost budget. See this deal here

Smartwatches and fitness trackers

• Polar Vantage M - save 24%, now £152.18: Polar Vantage M offers most of the features of the flagship Vantage V like smartphone connectivity for syncing with Polar Flow, but in a much more affordable package. See the deal here

TVs, streaming and soundbars

• Hisense AE6100UK 43-inch 4K TV - save 24%, now £249: If price is extra important, but you still want to get into the 4K game for that extra resolution, Chinese brand Hisense has an extra £70 off its 43-inch LCD telly. View the Hisense H43AE6100UK deal

Lego deals

• Lego 60210 City Police Sky Police Air Base Playsetand LEGO 60215 City Fire Station Building Set: Both 20% off: These are two great sets from the Lego City range. The Police station (click to view offer) features Police Station Plane, Car and Parachute, while the Fire set (click to view offer) features a Fire Toy Truck, Water Scooter and Drone. 

Lego 42070 Technic 6x6 All Terrain Tow RC Truck Toy Motor Kit: Was £219.99, now £163.97: This 2 in 1 Model, Explorer Toy Vehicle, Power Functions Construction Setcomes with power functions with an array of remote-controlled functions. Click to view offer

Gaming gear

No more deals, sorry

SD card deals

• SanDisk 128GB microSDXC Memory Card - save 49%, now £18.47 in the UK: This speedy card is available on a great deal for today only. View the SanDisk 128GB deal

Electric toothbrush deal

The pick of these is the 3000 Cross Action for £49.80 (50 percent off), but there are some other great electric toothbrushes to choose from on Amazon as well. 

Browse Amazon deals by category

Check out these popular deal pages on Amazon (UK) to see if there's a deal for you:

You can ask an Alexa-enabled device, such as an Amazon Echo or Amazon Dot, "Alexa, what are your deals?", and you'll get a heads up on many Prime Day deals. Try asking Alexa right now, she's always got deals on the go. 

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Can you get Amazon Prime Now on Amazon Prime Day? 

Yes you can on selected items. Prime Now is Amazon's free two-hour delivery service available to customers in select postcodes in London, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, Sheffield, Surrey, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Glasgow. You order something from the dedicated smartphone application or in-browser at and it will be with you, with free delivery, within two hours.

Previous Amazon Prime Now deals included:

      • 30 per cent off select Walkers crisps
      • 40 per cent off select Nescafe coffee
      • 30 per cent off select Coca-Cola bottles and cans
      • 25 per cent off select wine when you buy 6 bottles
      • 20 per cent off select items from Dettol, Vanish and Finish

When is Amazon Prime Day 2019?

The main deals will start flowing on Monday 16 July at midnight - so Sunday into Monday morning. Things keep going for 48 hours this time around. so it's Amazon Prime Days rather than a single day - and yes, the majority of the deals end late on Tuesday 16 July. 

Prime Day, as the name suggests, was previously centred around a 24-hour period, but this is the first 48-hour Prime Day. Last year Amazon Prime Day deals took place for 36 hours across 16-17 July. In July 2017 it was 10-11 July. 

Do I need to be a Prime member to get Amazon Prime Day deals?

Yes - to get Amazon Prime deals you need to be a Prime member. If you're not, it's high time you signed up for Prime membership.It usually costs £79 a year but it is currently £20 off - so £59.99.

Some of the very best deals are always on Amazon devices, but there are stacks across all product categories such as TV, laptops, smart home, fitness, cameras, gaming and more.

Amazon Prime Day 2019 tips and tricks

Don't miss an Amazon Prime Day deal

Get the dedicated Amazon shopping app on your mobile and turn on notifications.  Within the notifications settings you can turn on "Watched" and "Waitlisted Deals" so you don't miss it.

Save even more money on your Amazon Prime Day deal

Get £1 back by opting for No-Rush Delivery if you don't need your new bargain straight away.

Make a list to get the best deals

Rather than going in with a scattergun approach, make a list before you go onto Amazon and be targeted about the products you want. It might be in July, but Amazon Prime Day is a perfect chance to do your Christmas shopping on the cheap.

It's sure to be a big day for deals on Amazon Prime Day 2019. Hitwise data reveals that the volume of Prime Day web searches last year were up 57% compared to the previous year and on the day of Prime Day's official announcement, searches unsurprisingly increased 162%

Amazon's own devices are the most popular products on Prime Day. Echo Dot and Kindle were the most viewed product pages in the days leading up to the announcement of the sale. There were also 68,000 visits to the Nintendo Switch product page around Prime Day last year, too, in anticipation of a decent Nintendo Switch deal. 

Check out more great Amazon Prime Day tips

Amazon Alexa

If you ask an Alexa-enabled device, such as an Echo or Echo Dot, "Alexa, what are your deals?", you get access to Prime Day deals hours earlier as well as access to exclusive bargains. 

To order something, say, "Alexa, what are your deals" followed by "Alexa, add [the item] to my cart. " Alexa will confirm this, but if you want, you can set up a 4-digit voice shopping pin with the Alexa app to prevent unintended purchases.

Watch out for Lightning deals

Lightning Deals are limited in duration and sometimes end in minutes. To stay on top of everything, use Amazon's app, where you can view many deals 24 hours in advance and sign up for alerts.

Check out the links below for Lightning deals in key areas on

Try Amazon Assistant

Amazon Assistant is a browser plugin for Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, and Edge. It's free and easy to install. With it, you can watch for product comparisons that save time and money, access shortcuts to popular Amazon hubs right in your browser, and get notified when deals that you're watching go live with notifications. It also lets you get information about orders and deliveries.

Try CamelCamelCamel

If you want to check a deal's price against what Amazon has charged in the past, try CamelCamelCamel. It's a free price tracker that monitors millions of products and alerts you when prices drop so that you can decide if and when to buy.

Amazon Prime Day 2019 quick links

Below are quick links straight to deals pages for the top retailers, just in case you're looking for something that we haven't covered.