AMAZON shoppers can receive a free £15 off voucher for the retailer's upcoming Prime Day bonanza to save even more money.
The firm has just confirmed that the big sale event will be back on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th July.
You can expect the best price drops to come from Amazon's own devices, including Echo Dots, Fire tablets, Ring video doorbell and Kindle e-readers.
But it's not just Amazon's own products that get slashed during Prime Day – big-name brands take part too.
In the lead up, Amazon is giving selected Prime subscribers an extra £15 off voucher towards Prime Day purchases.
You have to spend a minimum of £30 on products sold by Amazon for it to work.
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And all you need to do is a simple 30 second task to receive yours.
First and foremost, sign in on this Amazon page to check if you're eligble.
Once you're in, download the free Amazon Photos app on iOS or Android.
Open the app and turn on Auto-Save to automatically back up your photos and free up space on your phone.
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And within four days you will receive an email with your £15 Amazon credit inside.
To be eligible, you'll need to upload at least one photo through the Amazon Photos app for the first time.
You have until July 7 to get hold of your voucher.
And until Prime Day ends to spend it – that's July 12.
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