Amazon Prime Day is starts at midday on Monday 16 July and runs until midnight on Tuesday 17 July, and we're expecting some excellent deals on TVs, laptops, kitchen appliances, vacuum cleaners, mattresses and much more. Some seriously good deals have already been announced.
To take advantage of the discounts offered on Amazon Prime Day, you must be a Prime member and that costs money – £79 a year in the UK or $119 a year in the US. For that fee, you get unlimited one-day delivery on your orders, access to the Amazon Prime Instant Video, and regular deals for Prime subscribers.
We think that the benefits of Prime membership make that annual fee worth paying, but what if you just want to get the Prime Day deals without paying for a Prime membership?
That's easy, read on...
Get Amazon Prime free for 30 days
Amazon offers all new customers a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime. And since Prime day only lasts for 36 hours, that's way longer than you'll need to snap up those Prime Day deals. So not only will you get the deals you're after, but you'll have a full month of free one-day Amazon deliveries plus all the other benefits that Prime members enjoy.
You can cancel at any time during your free trial and you won't be charged a penny. Ready to grab your free trial? Hit the links below.
Get Amazon Prime free for six months
If you're a student, you're in luck, because Amazon is offering you a free six-month Amazon Prime trial. After that, should you decide not to cancel, then Prime Student will cost you just £3.99 a month.
And if you do decided to cancel, that six-month free trial period means you'll be able to use your Prime account to get free delivery on all your Black Friday purchases before you pull the plug.
Where can I find the best Amazon Prime Day deals?
Once you've got your free Amazon Prime account, simply keep an eye on our Amazon Prime Day 2018 deals page and we'll keep you up-to-date with all the best deals!