Amazon Prime Day has been announced for 2022, and great deals on a range of Apple products have been confirmed. In this article we’ve got all the details you need to know about Prime Day 2022 and outline the Apple deals you can expect.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day 2022 will start on 00.01 Tuesday, July 12 And ends at 23.59 July 13. (The name is a misnomer, because it’s actually two days.)
Will Apple deal with Prime Day?
Yes, Apple will have a deal on Prime Day. In fact, Amazon is often the source of the most competitive offers on the Apple iPad, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch devices.
Here’s a summary of the Apple deals we received as part of Prime Day 2021, to give you an idea of what you can expect this year.
Apple’s AirPods are one of the most popular earbuds around, especially if you’re an Apple Music subscriber. There are three different models: AirPods, AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max— and we’ve given them all great reviews.
In 2021, Amazon offered a 39 discount on Standard AirPod with a wireless charging case, $ 59 off the same earbud with a wired case and $ 59 on AirPods Pro. You can grab some solid savings.
Here’s the little potato: Amazon has offered a $ 10 discount on the 32GB version of Apple TV 4K and a $ 9 discount on the 64GB model. But Apple TV 4K is not sold very often and the model with brand new Siri Remote was brand new when it came to the latest Amazon Prime round, so these small discounts were also significant. There could be even bigger savings in 2022.
There were some great Apple Watch sales for Prime Day 2021, with a 6 120 discount on the Series 6 and a 29 discount on the Apple Watch SE.
For Prime Day 2021 you can get a 100 discount from the iPad Pro (both 11-inch and 12.9-inch models) and a more decent এ 59 on the iPad mini and a 30 discount from the 10.2-inch iPad.
The biggest Mac discount we saw last year is the 1 199 discount on the 13-inch MacBook Pro, including the M1, but you can get the M1 MacBook Air for $ 149 and the M1 Mac Mini for $ 119. For the desktop model, the M1 had a relatively low $ 50 discount from the iMac.
How to qualify for Prime Day Deals
Prime Day Discounts are exclusive to Amazon Prime members, so if you want to take advantage of the deal, you need to be a Prime member.
The subscription costs $ 119 / £ 79 / AUD $ 59 per year, but customers can opt for a $ 12.99 / 7.99 / AUD $ 6.99 monthly subscription instead.
There is also a 30-day free trial for those who do not wish to commit You can cancel at any time.
Amazon Prime is a service that started as a way to get unlimited delivery the next day but since then it has become much more. Subscribers get access to Amazon’s Netflix rival Prime Video, as well as lots of other benefits. You can see all the prime benefits here.
How To Get The Best Apple Deal
Here are some quick tips for bargaining on Apple this July.
1. Browse Apple’s Amazon Storefront.
It’s basically a catalog for the full range of Apple products, and when you click on specific devices, you’ll see any discounts available.
We’ve listed below all the available devices, many of which had discounts of up to 25% up to last Prime Day. We recommend that you bookmark the product pages you are most interested in, so that you can browse discounts as soon as Prime Day hits.
- iPhone (iPhone 13 Range, iPhone 12 Range, iPhone 11 Range, iPhone SE, and iPhone Accessories)
- iPad (iPad Pro, iPad Air, 10.2-inch iPad, iPad mini, and iPad Accessories)
- Apple Watch (Series 7, Watch SE, Watch Series 3 and Watch Accessories)
- MacBook (MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Accessories)
- Mac Desktop (24in iMac with M1, 27in Retina 5K, 27in Retina 5K, Mac Mini, and Mac Accessories)
- AirPods (AirPods Max, AirPods Pro, AirPods, AirPods Accessories)
- Apple TV (4K, TV HD, TV Accessories)
- Beats Headphones (Powerbeats, Powerbeats Pro, Beats Solo Pro, Beats Studio 3 Wireless, Beats Fit Pro, Beats Studio Buds, Beats Flex, Beats Solo 3 Wireless, and Beats Pill +)
Here is the same product page for Readers of the United Kingdom:
2. Be ready before Prime Day
Prime Day Deals are fast, as many offers are available as Deals of the Day, which means stocks can be limited or last only a few hours.
First make sure you sign up for Amazon Prime (here is the link for UK readers) to access deals on Amazon. You do not have to pay for the service; You can be free trial.
Also make sure your payment and shipping information is up to date so that you can purchase products before selling.
If you encounter a deal that has been sold, you can usually join the waiting list to warn about any stock that is available, usually because someone has decided they don’t want to buy it in the end and remove it from their basket.
You can use the “View this deal” button to warn if upcoming deals are available
3. Keep an eye on our deal selection
With a team of Apple-breathing specialists browsing deals and offers every day (literally), you can be sure there are no top offers. See only the best deals here.
Prime Day Rival Sale: Other places to find Apple deals
As Prime Day grew in popularity, other retailers began hosting deal events at the same time. While Apple itself doesn’t always join Amazon Prime Day, there are plenty of retailers who acknowledge that it’s worth joining the fun, so you can find deal events from some of your favorites, including:
UK readers should try the following: