Amazon – Prime Day 2019 begins: The best deals, discounts and all the info!


Amazon Prime Day 2019 starts and offers more offers than ever before. Included are discounts in all categories of the online mail order company. We’ll tell you the best offers, which bargains you can look forward to and what else you know.

You won’t see as many offers as at Amazon Prime Day 2019: Only for a short time, nmlich on Monday and Tuesday, you will save an incredible amount of money on all kinds of products!

Amazon Prime Day 2019 starts at midnight and will deliver incredible offers for 48 hours. Whether it’s private labels, special products or attractive services – savings are really everywhere.

Click here for Amazon Prime Day!*

Televisions, consoles, video games, computer accessories, household items … in every category you can get a lot of bargains. Especially for gamers there are a lot of offers to discover, some of which only take place during the second discount battle.

Here are the first preliminary offers:

Amazon crops particularly strongly reduced*
Overhauled products: Up to 50% discount*.
Music Unlimited: use for 30 days completely free of charge*
Kindle Unlimited: use 3 months completely free of charge*
Amazon private labels reduced by 20 percent*
Amazon Fashion Brands Reduced by 40 Percent*
Amazonbel brands reduced by 20 percent*
Amazon brands reduced by 30 percent*
50 percent discount on films and series*
50 per cent discount on selected channels*.

At Prime Day 2019 you can expect an event with great offers, brand new exclusive products, entertainment events and much more. However, only Amazon Prime members are allowed to participate. Don’t worry, you can test it all for free:

Click here for the Amazon Prime trial subscription!

* Note: This post is not paid advertising. All links to Amazon are affiliate links. We receive a small commission for every purchase made – without you paying one cent more.


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Mette Frederiksen is a The Washington Newsday correspondent. With her coverage of general science, NASA and the interface between technology and society, Frederiksen has been in the Science Desk's Technology Beat since joining Washington Newsday in 2018.

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