As avid Bitterwallet readers know, Amazon have Prime Day, which is basically a sale not unlike Black Friday, but with a difference - it is only available to Amazon Prime customers.
With Amazon saying that they're going to drop the prices on over 100,000 products, from video games, homeware, women's fashion, and more, the high street has taken notice and kicked off a price war.
The good news here is that, should you be looking for a bargain, you might be able to get one without signing up for Prime, and the subscription fee it charges.
For example, Argos are directly squaring up to Amazon, offering quick delivery times (with the caveat of 'no subscription needed') and today, launched their Big Sale.
There's money off electronics, Dyson vacuums, great prices on children's toys and loads more.
Currys PC World have got in on the sale action too, with massive discount codes, as well as savings online and in-store. Have a look here.
Tesco Direct have also got a sale on, with half price toys and a clearance section where there's sure to be some good bargains, which you can see here.
There are loads of sale items available right now, and we couldn't possibly relay them all, but here are some of the good offers we've seen:
- Xbox One with Quantum Break and 3 months of Xbox Gold for £238.99
- Disney Frozen Elsa magic doll, for £12.93
- NutriBullet for £69
- Lenovo IdeaPad 100 for £198
- Hotpoint smart washing machine for £229
- Dyson V6 cordless cleaner for £279
TOPICS: High Street News