When does Prime Day end?

Amazon Prime's Big Deal Days are over. Most discounts disappeared at midnight

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Amazon Prime's Big Deal Days ended on October 11 at  11.59 PCT. There are a few deals that will stick around a little after midnight.

Our team covers everything Prime Day related and we have been tracking all the deals for weeks. We've given you straight-up roundups of the best deals, as well as guidance for how to shop this sales period.

What is Prime Day?

Prime Day is a two-day sales event of Amazon Prime Day deals that can save you hundreds of dollars. However, these offers are only for Amazon Prime members, and we also see some counter-sales from other big retailers. If you want to head straight to the deals, here's what's on offer:

Deals you can still shop

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When does Prime Day end?

Prime Day ended on October 11 at 11:59 PDT -  3 a.m EDT.

Do you need to be a Prime member for the Amazon Prime Big Deal Days?

You do need to have a Prime membership for access to the sale. It's worth it though; an Amazon Prime membership costs $14.99 a month plus tax. 

Final thoughts

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It's been a brilliant few days for deals on Amazon. Luckily, it's my job to keep track of the biggest and best discounts, but it's hard for the average shopper to navigate. There have been lots of small discounts, disguising some of the biggest and best deals available, so I've been careful to guide you to the deals which are actually worth buying. If you missed a sale, don't worry. Black Friday sales are just around the corner.

Laura Honey
eCommerce Editor

Laura is our eCommerce editor. As a fully qualified barista, she's our expert in all things coffee and has tested over thirty of the best coffee makers on the market. She has also interviewed Q-Graders and world-leading experts in the coffee industry, so has an intimate knowledge of all things coffee. Before joining Homes & Gardens, she studied English at Oxford University. Whilst studying, she trained as a master perfumer and worked in the luxury fragrance industry for five years. Her collection of home fragrance is extensive and she's met and interviewed five of the world's finest perfumers (also known as 'noses'). As a result of this expansive fragrance knowledge, she always puts quality and style over quantity and fads. Laura looks for products which have been designed simply and with thoughtful finishes.