Amazon is preparing the next big sale: The Prime Day 2021 is just around the corner. As the shipping giant announced, the bargain campaign will run on June 21 and 22, 2021 – worldwide. “The shopping event offers Prime members worldwide over two million offers from all categories, including fashion, household, beauty, electronics and more, as well as the best entertainment and never-before-seen exclusive content on Prime Video, Amazon Music and Prime Gaming,” announces Amazon.
It starts on June 21st at midnight. As usual, we will introduce you to the Prime Day the best deals from the areas of gaming, film and technology together so that you don’t have to dig through the countless offers. There should also be both time-limited lightning deals and daily deals this year. As soon as we get more information, you will of course find out on our website. To get in the mood for the big sale, the first prime deals are already live. As of today, members can receive the full version of Battlefield 4 through Prime Gaming at no additional cost.
You can get the first person shooter “free” from Prime until June 21st. You will receive a download code that you can enter on Origin. After that, Battlefield 4 can be played as often as you like. In addition, Prime members get a discount of up to 50 percent on films and series on Prime Video, including Spider Man: Far from Home, Chernobyl, Game of Thrones – Season 1 and Jojo Rabbit. Selected film classics are also available for 3.99 euros each, including Killer’s Bodyguard, Meg and A Whole Half a Year. At Audible, on the other hand, you get a 70 percent discount on the first six months with a Prime subscription – and you pay 2.95 euros per month.
Requirement is one Amazon Prime membership. The monthly subscription costs 7.99 euros, the annual subscription is available for 69 euros. New customers get Prime for 30 days free of charge – ideal to benefit from the bargains for Prime Day 2021.
Prime Day 2021: Big sale is coming, first deals to get in the mood
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