After bouncing around the last couple of years, Amazon Prime Day is back to its regular time slot in mid-July. This year’s shopping event will be held Tuesday-Wednesday, July 12-13, and it’s sure to have tons of great deals on Apple products, from AirPods to Apple Watches, iPads, and maybe even the new M2 MacBook Pro. Here’s everything we expect to see over the course of the two-day shopping extravaganza.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon has confirmed Prime Day 2022 will begin at 3am EDT on Tuesday July 12 and end at midnight on July 13. In the UK, it will start at 00.01 GMT on July 12.
What Apple deals can I get now?
We don’t know yet what Apple products will be on sale during Prime Day, but there are already some products on sale at Amazon. Here are the best price right now on Apple gear:
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Amazon Prime is a service that began as a way to get unlimited next-day delivery but has since become much more. Subscribers get access to Amazon’s Netflix rival Prime Video, plus plenty of other benefits. You can see all Prime benefits here.
How to get the best Apple deals
Here are some quick tips to grab an Apple bargain during the two-day Prime Day sale.
It’s essentially a catalogue for the full range of Apple products, and when you click through to specific devices, you’ll also see any available discounts.
We’ve listed all available devices below, many of which had up to 25% off last Prime Day. We’d recommend bookmarking the product pages you’re most interested in, so you can browse discounts as soon as Prime Day hits.
Prime Day deals go quickly, as many offers are available as Deals of the Day, which means stock can be limited or last for only a few hours.
Ensure first off that you’re signed up to Amazon Prime (here’s the link for UK readers) to access the deals on Amazon. You don’t need to be paying for the service; you can be on the free trial.
Also make sure your payment and shipping information is up to date to make sure you can purchase products before they sell out.
If you come across a deal that has sold out, you can usually join the waitlist to be alerted to any stock that becomes available, usually because someone has decided they don’t want to purchase it after all and removes it from their basket.
You can also use the “Watch this Deal” button on upcoming deals to be alerted when they become available.
3. Keep an eye on our deal selections
With a team of Apple-breathing experts browsing through deals and offers every day (literally), you can be sure if there’s a top offer out there. See only the best deals right here.
Prime Day rival sales: Other places to find Apple deals
As Prime Day’s popularity has grown, other retailers have begun hosting deals events at the same time. While Apple itself doesn’t always join in on Amazon Prime Day, there are plenty of retailers that recognise that it’s worth joining in the fun, so you can find deals events from some of your favourites, including:
Michael Simon has been covering Apple since the iPod was the iWalk. His obsession with technology goes back to his first PC—the IBM Thinkpad with the lift-up keyboard for swapping out the drive. He's still waiting for that to come back in style tbh.