Over 30 Prime Day deals on tech have already been revealed

60% off Sennheiser, 40% off Philips and many more discounts have dropped early for Australians this Prime Day.

Brodie Fogg
Jul 11, 2022
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Bargain hunters in Australia are well aware that it’s currently Prime Day Eve. Ahead of Amazon’s annual sales day (week.. maybe month,) over 30 Prime Day tech deals have already been revealed. Officially kicking off at midnight on Tuesday the 12th of July, Amazon’s discounts in Australia will include all the usual discounts on the company’s Echo and Kindle products, but there are a few bigger tech brands in the mix compared to previous years.

The headline deal at the moment, in our opinion, is a cool 60% off select Sennheiser over-ear headphones but there are more deals from Sony, Samsung, Garmin, LG, Nikon and more.

Sennheiser headphones on sale for Prime Day 2022

Below you’ll find the list of tech deals that Amazon has already announced for Prime Day– a handful of the discounts are already live too.

More info
Select Sennheiser HeadphonesUp to 60% offHeadphones and audio
Select Yamaha audio and home theatre bundlesUp to 40% offHeadphones and audio
JBL Quantum 300 Gaming HeadsetUp to 50% offHeadphones and audio
"Select Philips Shavers, Trimmers and Sonicare toothbrushes"Up to 40% offHealth and lifestyle
Select Instant Pot Multi CookerUp to 51% offHealth and lifestyle
Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen)50% offSmart Home
Echo Dot (3rd Gen)67% offSmart Home
Fire TV Stick 4K Max (65% off when you buy 2)50% offSmart Home
Echo Dot (4th Gen)Up to 51% offSmart Home
Kindle Paperwhite30% offEreaders
Select Samsung Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables and MonitorsUp to 32% offTechnology
Select Philips TVsUp to 30% offTelevisions
Select JBL speakers and headphonesUp to 55% offHeadphones and audio
Select Razer gaming gearUp to 50% offGaming
Select XGIMI and JMGO ProjectorsUp to $600 offTelevisions
Select Asus Monitors and NetworkingUp to 30% offHome Office
Select Sony headphones, soundbars and DVD playersUp to 40% offHeadphones and audio
Select GARMIN smartwatchesUp to 47% offWearables
Select HP PrintersUp to 30% offHome Office
Select LG Ultrawide and Gaming monitorsUp to 30% offHome Office
Select Nikon Cameras, Lenses & BinocularsUp to 30% offHealth and lifestyle
Select SanDisk and WD Storage productsUp to 30% offTechnology
Select Sony 4K Bravia TVs  Up to 25% offTelevisions
Ecovacs Deebot Robot Vacuum CleanersUp to 60% offSmart Home
Kindle Oasis30% offEreaders
Amazon eero 6 Mesg WiFiUp to 46% offHome Office
Select Ring Home Security devicesUp to 38% offHome Security
Fire TV Stick51% offSmart Home
Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen)38% offSmart Home
Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen)50% offSmart Home
Cubo AI Baby MonitorsUp to 30% offSmart Home
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro32% offSmart Home
Echo Buds (2nd Gen)Up to 41% offHeadphones and audio
OnePlus 10 Pro 5G 5% offSmartphones
Ring Stick Up Cam Elite HD31% offSmart Home
Echo Auto63% offSmart Home
Echo Show 1520% offSmart Home
Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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