The best Amazon Prime Day 2019 UK deals live right now

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Prime Day sales by category:

1. The best deals so far
2. TVs
3. Headphones
4. Speakers
5. Hi-Fi
6. Turntables
7. Home cinema
8. Tablets

Amazon Prime Day is GO! The Prime Day dates have been confirmed for Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th July, but the deals officially started at midnight Sunday and will run until midnight Tuesday. Yes, this year there will be 48 hours of Amazon deals for Amazon Prime members, making Prime Day 2019 the company's biggest shopping event yet. And the deals are now live...

For 2019, Amazon has promised the best Prime Day deals yet on Alexa, Echo and Fire devices. So expect to see cheapest ever prices on Alexa smart speakers, Echo Dots and Echo speakers, plus Fire TV sticks, streamers and tablets. Expect to see Prime Member Promotions across entire brands and product categories, Spotlight Deals on individual products and blink-and-you'll-miss-them Lightning Deals on the hour, every hour.

We'll be bringing you all the best deals in the world of audio and video, from TVs to Bluetooth speakers, record players to wireless headphones. Our pick of the very best Prime Day tech deals will be at the top of the page and beneath that you'll find deals sorted by product category. Without further ado: release the deals! 

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Amazon Echo Dot (3rd gen) £50 £22

The most enticing way to bring Alexa into your home. For not a lot of money you get a whole load of smart voice functionality and decent sound. Now it's half price.View Deal

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Amazon Fire TV Stick £39.99 £19.99

Whether you fancy bringing Alexa voice control to your TV watching or have a TV that could do with an update to include streaming smarts, this is a really affordable way of doing it and includes access to BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5, as well as Netflix and YouTube.View Deal

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Apple iPad wi-fi + cellular 32GB £449 £360
You can save 20% on the latest generation iPad in the Amazon Prime Day sales. This iPad offers wi-fi and cellular connectivity, and it's the cheapest iPad deal we can spot on Amazon.
Up to 33% off Apple iPhones, iPad and MacbooksView Deal

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Xbox One S 1TB All Digital console + games bundle £315 £170
The 46%-off bundle includes the 1TB Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Console, two wireless controllers, a one-month Xbox Live Gold subscription, download codes for FIFA 19, and Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves pre-installed. A superb £145-off Prime Day deal. View Deal

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Amazon Fire 7 tablet £49.99 £29.99

Amazon's cheapest tablet just got even cheaper, and at under £30 it's an absolute bargain. While you won't be blown away by the picture and sound quality here, this budget tablet is great for casual web browsing, playing basic games or making video calls to family and friends.View Deal

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Amazon Fire HD 8 £79.99 £44.99

If you've got a bit more budget to play with, the HD 8 will offer you a bigger and better quality screen, longer battery life and double the storage at 32GB. It also has a bit more RAM on board to cope better under pressure, but does still run a little on the slow side.View Deal

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Amazon Echo Input £34.99 £14.99

Add the Alexa voice assistant to any hi-fi system with this handy little device, which is now reduced by MORE than 50%. Bargain.View Deal

Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones £250 £137 at Amazon

Beats has turned its reputation around and now delivers a range of stylish and good sounding wired and wireless headphones. These also have an excellent battery life, at up to 40 hours, while iOS device users can benefit from seamless connection too.View Deal

LG 49UK6200PLA 4K Smart TV £550 £347 at Amazon

It's a 2018 model TV but that doesn't mean it's missing the latest tech specs. The 4K resolution TV supports HDR, HDR10+ and HLG video, works with Alexa voice assistant and has LG's ThinQ AI technology for further smart assistance. The set includes wi-fi and Bluetooth, Freeview HD and Freeview Play, and 3 HDMI inputs.View Deal

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LG UBK80 4K Blu-ray player £100 £75 at Amazon

Not one we've tested but a deal hard to ignore when it's a 4K Blu-ray player at half-price. There's HDR10 support (no Dolby Vision), 4K upscaling, HDMI, and a USB input round the front. View Deal

UE Wonderboom speaker £89 £55 on Amazon

Small, durable and fully waterproof, this great little speaker also offers a 10-hour battery life, an impressively full sound for a tiny speaker and a pairing function to 'double up' with other Wonderboom speakers. View Deal

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Sonos Play:1 £149 £124 at Amazon

A compact cracker, the, now very reasonably-priced, Sonos Play:1 is the original building block of Sonos's multi-room empire. It's since been succeeded by the Sonos One, with its voice control, but it still packs some fantastic audio inside its modest frame.  View Deal

Beats X wireless headphones £110 £64.99

Save £20 on the Beats X wireless headphones. They're available in black and satin silver at the discount price. And a decent buy for the money.View Deal

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Ultimate Ears Megablast £270 £99 at Amazon

A five-star product, the Megablast is the biggest portable Bluetooth speaker Ultimate Ears currently makes. With Alexa built in, a 16-hour battery and a full-on energetic sound, at a quite-frankly outrageous 64 per cent off, it's a whole lot of sound for little money. View Deal

Q Acoustics M2 soundbase for £299 £149 at Amazon

This excellent five-star soundbase features 80 watts of power, a built-in subwoofer and wide sound dispersion. While this enhances TV audio it'll also play high quality music thanks to aptX Bluetooth connectivity too. It sounds great, too.View Deal

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless £380 £174 at Amazon

These five-star Sennheiser over-ears are a whopping 54% off at Amazon, meaning a saving of over £204. Buy buy buy.View Deal

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Sony PSHX500.CEK USB turntable £400 £278

A What Hi-Fi? Awards 2018 winner. This five-star best-of-both-worlds Sony turntable sounds great and can rip your records to digital files. View Deal

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Samsung Galaxy S9+ SIM-FREE smartphone 128GB £870 £444

Prime Day has thrown up nearly 50% off Samsung's former flagship smartphone. The five-star S9+ is one of the best big Android phone you can buy today.View Deal

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Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter £75 £50
Solve the problem of incompatible cables with this USB-C adaptor that will give your MacBook a whole new selection of connections.


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Nintendo Switch with £30 Nintendo E-shop Credit & Mario Kart 8 Deluxe £320 £290
The best Nintendo Switch bundle on Amazon Prime Day, this includes Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which promises "the definitive version" of the classic Nintendo racing game. You get some handy Nintendo E-Shop credit, too.


TVs

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Hisense H43AE6100UK 4K Smart TV £339 £249 at Amazon

A four-star 4K that's now even cheaper (to make you even more cheerful) than before, with surprisingly good picture quality and plenty of connectivity options – including three HDMI ports. It handles the bread and butter of everyday watching for a newer, even-more-impressively low price.View Deal

LG 49UK6200PLA 4K Smart TV £550 £347 at Amazon

It's a 2018 model TV but that doesn't mean it's missing the latest tech specs. The 4K resolution TV supports HDR, HDR10+ and HLG video, works with Alexa voice assistant and has LG's ThinQ AI technology for further smart assistance. The set includes wi-fi and Bluetooth, Freeview HD and Freeview Play, and 3 HDMI inputs.View Deal

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Philips 43PUS7303/12 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Plus Android Smart TV £600 £395 at Amazon
It's a 43-inch, 4K Philips Smart TV with HDR Plus in dark silver. There's Google Assistant, Google Play Store and Chromecast built-in, Ambilight 3-sided and – thanks to Prime Day – a three rather than a six at the start of the price-tag. Or 34% off. Either way it's a top Prime Day deal. View Deal

Samsung QE49Q6FN 49in 4K TV £1299 £739 at Amazon

This Samsung QLED TV supports 4K and HDR, all of the apps you'll likely need, including iPlayer, Netflix and Amazon, and has four HDMI inputs mean you can connect a whole host of devices, too. There's Freeview and Freesat, too. Better than OLED? Possibly. This QLED delivers an impressively vivid and bright picture, and is now at a tempting price.View Deal

LG OLED55B8SLC 55in OLED TV £1479 £1075 at Amazon

The cheapest 4K OLED TV in LG's 2018 range is now even more affordable. This is a brilliant OLED TV from the company responsible for the best OLED TVs on the market. You can't go wrong with this award-winning TV.View Deal

LG OLED55C8PLA 55in OLED TV £2999 £1199 at Amazon

The C8 has just dropped to its lowest ever price and the gap between it and the B8 model has shrunk to just £60. Thanks to the Alpha 9 processor under the skin, you'd be mad not to spend the extra money. It's a slightly better performer in almost every way.View Deal

LG OLED65B8SLC 65in 4K OLED TV £2799 £1575 at Amazon

You can save £800 on the 65-inch version of the LG B8 range. This is a 2018 model LG OLED TV, and these are the sets that we've been so impressed with. Expect 4K HDR video in superb style and the full offering of streaming features. View Deal

Toshiba 65X9863DB 65in 4K OLED TV £2299 £1699 at Amazon

You can save a whopping £600 on the Toshiba 65X9863DB 65-inch OLED TV. This smart TV supports 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision video, and is compatible with Alexa voice control. There are four HDMI inputs, three USB inputs, Freeview HD, and built-in wifi.View Deal

Headphones

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Bose SoundLink on-ear wireless headphones £170 £120

Wireless, lightweight, offering 15 hours of playback and with a noise-rejecting dual microphone, these Bose on-ears come with cushioned ear cups that promise to rest softly on your shell-likes. The £50 saving should rest easy on your mind, too.
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Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless noise-cancelling £330 £269 at Amazon

These Award-winning headphones are some of our favourite premium noise-cancelling wireless headphones - and they're now nearly £60 off, provided you don't mind them in silver!View Deal

Grado GW100 Wireless on-ears £200 £174 at Amazon

Grado's first pair of wireless headphones deliver on the company's typical promise: a unique, love it or hate it design, but unarguably great sound quality. The GW100s utilise the signature drivers found in the brand’s wired headphones – and they're some of the best headphones in the world, bar none, so you're in good hands.View Deal

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Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 wireless £380 £174 at Amazon 

Sennheiser isn't normally found in our cheap headphones section but this deal has taken a big chunk off the price of these five-star headphones. A bona fide bargain.View Deal

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless £280 £229 at Amazon

Sennheiser's first pair of true wireless earbuds impress in a number of ways. The four-hour battery life is OK, the touch controls for volume work well, and the sound is balanced and detailed. They sit at the more premium end, so this discount comes in handy.View Deal

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Libratone TRACK+ wireless In-ear headphones £170 £115
These four-star headphones are great gym companions. With a rich, full-bodied balance, a comfortable, lightweight and sweatproof design and an eight-hour battery life, they're great buys at this 32% discounted price.View Deal

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 in-ear headphones £90 £56 at Amazon

These headphones have been around a few years, which explains the price cut, but as previous Award-winners they still represent great value. They offer a comfortable fit, attractive design plus a clear and detailed sound.View Deal

Speakers

Another big-seller this Prime Day is sure to be wireless speakers. But whether you're after a compact portable speaker to take by the pool on holiday or you want a proper pair of hi-fi speakers for a home system, we will dig out the best speaker deals for you.

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Sonos Play:1 £149 £124 at Amazon

A compact cracker, the, now very reasonably-priced, Sonos Play:1 is the original building block of Sonos's multi-room empire. It's since been succeeded by the Sonos One, with its voice control, but it still packs some fantastic audio inside its modest frame.  View Deal

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B&O Play A1 bluetooth speaker £169 £135

A detailed and solid-sounding wireless speaker that brings the luxury of B&O into a budget price bracket – especially with this £34 saving.


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Ultimate Ears Wonderboom £90 £54 at Amazon 

Smaller still (about the size of a coffee mug), this five-star budget Bluetooth speaker has a good sound and rugged build, making it an ideal travel speaker option. It's available in a range of colours, too.View Deal

Q Acoustics 3020 stereo speakers for £149 £129 at Amazon

These former Award-winning bookshelf speakers are a bargain at this price. While there are newer versions, these 3020s still deliver a refined, punchy sound. They aren't fussy in terms of connections or sound, so should fit with most music systems.View Deal

Ultimate Ears Megablast smart speaker £270 £145 at Amazon

Our favourite portable Bluetooth speaker just got smarter. The first speaker to feature Amazon Alexa, the Megablast combines weatherproof build, great sound quality and voice-control features. It's even more tempting at half the price...View Deal

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Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 Lite (black) £97 £59 at Amazon

If there's one name you can trust to get portable Bluetooth right, it's Ultimate Ears. Promising 360-degree immersive surround sound, a waterproof IPX7 rating, 15-hours of playtime and 30m Bluetooth range all tied up with a 39% saving, it's a 'Phantom Black' menace of a deal. View Deal

Hi-Fi

Amazon may not major in hi-fi and audio products but with specialist retailers now selling through Amazon, too, there will be some hi-fi deals hidden in the rough come Prime Day. So if you're after a turntable, portable music player, an amp or maybe a streamer, it's worth keeping an eye on the deals.

Sony NW-A45 Walkman music player £180 £122 at Amazon

With a 3.1in touch screen, a 16GB internal memory that's expandable via micro SD slot, a 45-hour battery life, Bluetooth and 24-bit/192kHz PCM and DSD support, this is a portable hi-res music player with everything going for it on paper. And you can save some money in the early Prime Day sales.View Deal

Yamaha A-S201 £219.95 £169 at Amazon

On a tight budget? This Yamaha stereo amplifier delivers 100 watts per channel, has an MM phono stage for your turntable and a headphone output in addition to the typical speaker outputs. The performance is good, too.View Deal

Roberts Revival iStream 3 £200 £179 at Amazon

It might look like a throwback, but this simple radio's feature set is thoroughly up to date. It can play Spotify and Tidal, has Bluetooth for wireless streaming, and its sound is suitably warm and welcoming. It's available in a couple of colours at this reduced price. Oh and it's a radio too...View Deal

Audiolab M-DAC for £599 £524 at Amazon

This excellent DAC and headphone amp combination has got it all: great timing, seamless dynamics and plenty of space in a well-constructed stereo sound. There are digital and analogue connections (including XLR and USB sockets) and a 6.3mm headphone jack. You can make a tidy saving right now, too.View Deal

Turntables

The rise in popularity of records shows no sign of slowing down, so if you want to get involved, why not pick up a record player this Prime Day? Going on last year, there could even be some Prime Day vinyl deals, so we will be sure to alert you as and when we spot any...

Lenco L-85 turntable £140 £99 at Amazon

Great features and user-friendly operation make this the best budget turntable we’ve come across. It's easy to get up and running and available in a range of colours - and right now you can make a decent saving.View Deal

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Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth turntable £200 £195 at Amazon

It may only be a fiver in terms of savings, but we can't pass up an opportunity to remind you of this five-star deck with Bluetooth capabilities (for Bluetooth headphone pairing, for example) plus a built-in phono pre-amp. View Deal

Sony PS-HX500 £400 £278 at Amazon

Want great-sounding vinyl and the ability to make hi-res digital copies of your records? This Sony turntable will do all that and more... Actually, that's about it. But what else do you need? A five-star turntable it delivers an entertaining, fun sound.View Deal

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ION Audio Max LP £75 £65 at Amazon

Every little helps! A tenner off this deck brings it to a new low price of just £65. We can't vouch for its sound quality (we haven't tested it!), but its plug-and-play manner and ability to record your vinyl as digital files is neat for the price.View Deal

Home cinema

From AV receivers to projectors, soundbars to speaker packages, these are our pick of the best home cinema deals that are already live ahead of the 48-hour Amazon Prime Day mega sale. 

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Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar System (black) £199 £159 at Amazon

This little 'bar's super-small size, universal remote, user friendliness and clarity when handling dialogue are all big draws. A 20% saving on Prime Day means £40 goes right back in your pocket, too.View Deal

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Sony HT-SF150 soundbar £150 £74 

One of the cheapest Sony soundbars you'll see ever knocking about. A sleek, compact, all-in-one soundbar with Bluetooth, USB and HDMI connections. Now half price for Prime Day.View Deal

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LG Minibeam PH150G Portable Projector £285.23 £199

If you're after a large-screen experience that you can carry around from room to room, house to house, this HD portable projector could be exactly what you need – not least as it's 34% off for Prime Day.View Deal

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LG UBK80 4K Blu-ray player £100 £75 at Amazon

Not one we've tested but a deal hard to ignore when it's a 4K Blu-ray player at half-price. There's HDR10 support (no Dolby Vision), 4K upscaling, HDMI, and a USB input round the front. View Deal

Q Acoustics M2 soundbase for £299 £149 at Amazon

This excellent five-star soundbase features 80 watts of power, a built-in subwoofer and wide sound dispersion. While this enhances TV audio it'll also play high quality music thanks to aptX Bluetooth connectivity too. It sounds great, too.View Deal

Polk Command Bar soundbar £350 £198 at Amazon 

Alexa voice control in a soundbar? Smart. To facilitate voice commands, the Command Bar has far-field microphones allowing users to ask Alexa to turn on your lights, run down the headlines or tell you if it's raining. Oh and it will upgrade the sound from your TV, too, of course.View Deal

Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player £400 £209 at Amazon

This Sony 4K Blu-ray player supports Dolby Atmos with DTS:X sound and HDR images with BT.2020 colour. What does that mean? A really very good quality picture if you feed it high-quality content. Plus you can stream music over Bluetooth to a suitable pair of wireless headphones for late night listening, too. View Deal

Tablets

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Apple iPad wi-fi + cellular 32GB £449 £360
You can save 20% on the latest generation iPad in the Amazon Prime Day sales. This iPad offers wi-fi and cellular connectivity, and it's the cheapest iPad deal we can spot on Amazon.
Up to 33% off Apple iPhones, iPad and MacbooksView Deal

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Amazon Fire 7 tablet £49.99 £29.99
Amazon's cheapest tablet just got even cheaper, and at under £30 it's an absolute bargain. While you won't be blown away by the picture and sound quality here, this budget tablet is great for casual web browsing, playing basic games or making video calls to family and friends.View Deal

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Huawei Mediapad M5 8 inch tablet £299.99 £203.99
Grab a bargain on this Android tablet, which offers 4GB RAM, 32 GB storage, an Octa-Core processor and an 8 inch, 2K resolution display. Thanks to Harman-Kardon speakers, there's the promise of decent sound from the dual speakers, too. You can save almost £100.View Deal

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Apple iPad Mini wi-fi 256GB latest model £549 £476
The iPad Mini offers a 7.9 inch Retina display, the A12 bionic chip, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, twin cameras, stereo speakers and up to 10 hours of battery life.View Deal

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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3 inch tablet £1029 £750
Save a whopping £279 on this Surface Pro tablet, which combines the tablet experience with the full power of a laptop. It's light, promises a 13.5-hour battery life, has 128 GB storage and comes complete with the Windows 10 Home OS.View Deal

When is Amazon Prime Day?

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Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th July 

The official Amazon Prime Day date has just been confirmed. It will begin at 00.01am (BST) on Monday 15th July and the Prime Day sales will end at 11:59pm (BST) on Tuesday 16th July.

It wouldn't be an online sale if there weren't some special offers leaked in advance, so we would be seriously surprised if Amazon doesn't sneak out some extra deals to build the excitement in the week before the big day. Already it's offering 50 per cent off blockbuster movie purchases and rentals from this Friday (28th) right the way through until 18th July...

Last year, Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa had all the news on Prime Day. Asking, “Alexa, when is Prime Day”, gave you all the details on the shopping extravaganza. So keeping on friendly terms with your Alexa device may dividends if you want to know the details in advance. Just saying.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Prime Day is Amazon's take on Black Friday. While every online retailer gets involved in the now annual Black Friday bargain bun fight, Prime Day is all about Amazon.

The special day of deals is a members-only affair, so you'll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of the offers. Thanks to Amazon's 30-day Prime free trial, there is always the option to sign up, bag a few bargains, and then cancel your membership.

Prime members are then able to take advantage of limited time only 'Lightning deals' as well as broader Prime Day deals across the site.

Amazon promises new deals every few minutes, with the deals dropping on the website and on the Amazon app (which gave members an early heads-up on the deals). 

Last year Prime Day ran in the UK, US, Spain, Mexico, Japan, India, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, Singapore, Netherlands and Luxembourg. And for the first time, Prime Day also ran offline, with savings coming to Whole Foods stores on the day.