Only a short time left: With these offers you save the most on Amazon Prime Day 2022
Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place on July 12th and 13th. That means: There are again exclusive offers for members of Amazon Prime*.
In previous years, there were always a number of top deals on Amazon Prime Day*. Including: TVs, tablets, laptops, cell phones and more. On average, the products have been reduced by around 27 percent in recent years.
We'll show you which offers will save you the most money this year! All other deals are available here: Prime Day at Amazon*.
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Prime Day 2022: These deals save you the most money
If you're planning on making any major purchases, Prime Day is your chance! Which Prime Day bargains save you the most money? We've scoured the Prime Day deals for the biggest discounts, and here are the products with the biggest savings.
Note: The prices in this article are from a list of Prime Day deals that Amazon has made available to its partners. The savings and the original price refer to the RRP (recommended retail price), which does not mean that the respective products were not available at a lower price before Prime Day. You can see how high the discount actually is by clicking on the links. On the product page you will then find the note "last lowest price".
Try Amazon Prime for free to buy the deals
To be able to shop the deals, you need a valid membership with Amazon Prime*. That costs 7.99 euros per month or 69.00 euros per year. If you don't have a subscription yet, you can test Amazon Prime for 30 days free of charge*. You will then have immediate access to all Prime Day offers.
*Disclaimer: We're looking for products and services for you that we think you might like. The selection is subjective but editorially independent. We have affiliate partnerships, which means that if you make a purchase through a link marked with an asterisk, we will receive a small commission. Our partners also include the price comparison portal Idealo, which, like Business Insider GmbH, is a subsidiary of Axel Springer SE. Our recommendations and the selection of the products are not influenced by this. You can read more about this here: Insider Picks at Business Insider – who we are, what we do and how we test products. The content is independent of our advertising marketing. You can find our guidelines for journalistic independence here: www.axelspringer.com/de/leitlinien-der-journalistic-independence
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