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LEGO prices are cheaper than ever as Amazon launches Prime Day bonanza

Amazon has now officially launched its Prime Day sale with prices slashed across a huge range of products including money off the iPhone 12, Samsung smart TVs and Android phones. However, it’s not just gadgets and gizmos that have received some hefty discounts with Amazon also cutting the cost of toys including LEGO. There’s plenty of brick-based sets available as part of Prime Day with some reduced by as much as 40 percent.

OTHER PRIME DAY DEALS
• Prime Day: Best iPhone 12 offers
• Prime Day: Best Android phone offers
• Prime Day: Best Amazon Echo offers
• Prime Day: Best Samsung TV offers

Of course, to get these deals you’ll need to be a Prime member but Express.co.uk has an easy way of getting the discounts without paying Amazon for the subscription service. Find out more details here.

Prime Day runs until 23.59pm on 22nd June, with Amazon promising a whopping 2 million deals will be available globally.

The online retailer is also boasting that Prime Day 2021 will feature the largest number of deals in the shopping event’s 7-year history including featured lightning deals running from 08.00am on 21st June, which offer price cuts on top-tier brands, categories, and products.

“This Prime Day, we’re offering Prime members millions of deals from great brands which we know our customers love. We’re also continuing our support for the small businesses selling on Amazon by running our ‘spend £10 get £10 offer’, which will help thousands of smaller companies in the run up to Prime Day,” said John Boumphrey, Amazon UK Country Manager.

“As a Prime Day first, we’re also delighted to be increasing our donations to charity when customers shop through AmazonSmile, so there is plenty for everyone this year.”

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