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From Amazon vouchers and free trials of Amazon Prime to flash sales and tricks for free delivery.

Let’s face it, Amazon is probably the one website that most people will use at some point each year, so it helps to have a voucher or discount stored up. Here are the best deals at the moment. Read on, and use these quick links to get an idea of the offers I’ve found:

Amazon gift voucher offers

*£5 credit when you top-up your account by £100*

You can get a free £5 when you top up your Amazon account by £100. It’s only valid once per email address, so you need to check you’re eligible via the link below. Then once you have the credit in your account it’s valid for 10 years.

>> See if you can get the free £5 when you top up £100 offer
>> Or try the top by £80 and get a free £5 bonus offer

*Save £5 and more on Amazon vouchers at Zeek*

Zeek is a handy app to get a little money off someone’s unwanted gift card, and Amazon occasionally features.

Though the discount is usually only a couple of quid, this is a must buy for first-time users of the app as you can save an extra £5 with the code CLEVERCASH. 

At the moment there are quite a few £100 Amazon vouchers. They don’t have a discount, but the code above will save you 5%.

If Amazon codes aren’t available, have a look at the other retailers including John Lewis, iTunes and ASOS.

>> Download Zeek to your phone

Amazon discount codes

*Hundreds of coupons to use at Amazon *

This page lists loads of coupons you can use to save at Amazon. You “collect” the voucher and the discount is automatically added to checkout. When I added this there was a typically random collection of products including chocolate, WD40 and hair straighteners.

>> Save with Amazon coupons

Amazon Prime offers

Amazon Prime is Amazon’s big membership scheme. I’ve got it thanks to the deals listed below and use it a lot for free delivery and to stream film and TV. You can learn more in my comprehensive Amazon Prime review.

*Get a 30 day free Amazon Prime trial every 12 months*

You know the drill here. You get free next day delivery, Amazon Prime Instant Video, access to Amazon Prime Now and loads of other goodies. It’s normally £79 a month but you can get a free trial every 12 months – so time the trial for when you are buying big or have something you’re keen to watch.

>> Get your Amazon Prime free 30-day trial

* Get free Amazon student for six months, then £39 a year*

Since anyone can get an NUS card, even if you’re not a student, you should also be able to join Amazon Student. This is essentially Amazon Prime. You get six months free, then 12 months half price. It’s possible Amazon might ask for additional proof you are a student, but even if that happens you’ll be able to get student discounts at hundreds of other retailers.

>> Get an NUS discount card
>> Sign up for Amazon Student 

*£1.99 new movie release rentals

Prime members can rent titles such as Beauty and the Beast, Logan and Lego Batman for just £1.99, saving £2.50 on the full HD price. And if you used the “No-rush” delivery option (more on this below), you’ve probably got some credit sitting there to use.

Titles seem to change each week. It runs until 10th September 2017.

>> Rent a new release for just £1.99 via Amazon

*£10 off a £40 Amazon Prime Now order*

Amazon Prime Now offers one or two hour delivery via the Amazon Prime Now app.

If you’ve got Amazon Prime (you can get a 30-day free trial) you can use the service, though it’s not available in every part of the country. Eligible cities include London, Liverpool, Sheffield and Glasgow.

Once you’ve got Prime and found out if it’s available where you live, use the code 10NOW40 to get £10 off until 31st July 2017. Min spend is £40

Amazon Prime Now has less on offer than the normal online store but does have groceries.

I used this last year and bought some nice gin – though sadly I’ve been informed by a few readers that the deal now excludes booze.

>> Get Amazon Prime for free to use Amazon Prime Now

* £1 “No-rush” credit to spend on digital music, film, books and apps*

If you’ve got Prime, instead of selecting next day delivery, look for free no-rush delivery. It’ll take three to five days, but in return, you’ll get credit to spend elsewhere on Amazon.

Right now it’s £1 to spend on MP3s, Kindle books, digital movies and TV shows and apps.

You can get a £1 credit per delivery, so order things separately rather than together to get the most credit.

The credit from this current promotion will expire on 31st August 2017.

>> Sign up for Amazon Prime to get no rush credit

* Amazon Prime Day / Black Friday deals*

Prime Day – Amazon’s biggest sale – happens each year around July 11th or 12th (Amazon’s birthday), while the Black Friday week of deals are at the end of November.

You need to have a Prime membership to get the best deals, but the 30-day trial will give you that.

>> Get your Amazon Prime free 30-day trial

In 2017 there were some great offers on Amazon tech on Prime Day such as the Amazon Echo (47% off), Amazon Fire TV and Kindles. You could also try additional Prime services such as Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Dash for far less than normal. There were also decent offers on TVs, standmixers, booze, DVD, clothes and much much more.There are also hundreds of special Lightning Deals. You can see some of the 2016 deals here.

However not all the deals are the best price. Some are simply old stock that needs clearing, while other items are often as cheap throughout the year. I’d recommend using to see the price history before making any purchase..

Get free delivery every time*

These little tricks will give help you save money on delivery if you’re shy of the £20 minimum order.

>> Find out how to get free Amazon delivery



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