Prime Day is an annual ‘parade of non-stop’ deals exclusively for Amazon Prime members. Contrary to the name, Prime Day is spread across two days, so there’s plenty of time to grab a bargain.
This year’s Prime Day kicked off at 12am on 15 July, with deals available for up to 36 hours. Non-members can sign-up for a free trial, simply to take advantage of the deals on offer. But be warned: the products are limited in quantity, and many deals will be 100 percent claimed long before Prime Day ends for another year.
Indeed, a 25 percent discount on an Autoglym car interior cleaning collection was 100 percent claimed in the time it took us to complete this round-up.
We should point out that it might be possible to buy the products cheaper elsewhere, so do a little window shopping before adding items to your basket.
Here are 10 of the best car and motorbike deals we could find, with the prices correct at the time of writing.
Philips RacingVision headlight bulbs
Philips claims that these RacingVision headlight bulbs provide up 150 percent more brightness and are good for 200 hours of use. The recommended retail price is £44.84, but the Prime Day price is £15.19 – a 66 percent saving.
Amazon customer rating: 3.6 out of 5.
Castrol Magnatec Stop-Start engine oil
At the time of writing this deal was 77 percent claimed, so be quick. The Castrol Magnatec Stop-Start engine oil has a recommended retail price of £32.99, but the Prime Day deal is £16.00 – a saving of 52 percent.
Amazon customer rating: 4.9 out of 5.
We bought one of these Black+Decker Dustbusters before Prime Day, although it wasn’t listed on Amazon for the full £49.99 recommended retail price. It’s great for tackling small tasks, like biscuit crumbs or crisps, but you’ll need something heavy duty for tougher jobs. Yours for £28.43 – a 43 percent saving.
Amazon customer rating: 4.2 out of 5.
Autoglym Super Resin Polish
Give your car a good polish before the summer holidays with this Autoglym Super Resin Polish. The one-litre bottle costs £9.66 – a Prime Day saving of 40 percent.
Amazon customer rating: 4.8 out of 5.
Westfalia foldable towbar-mounted cycle carrier
This Westfalia BC-60 foldable towbar-mounted cycle carrier is suitable for two bikes, with a maximum load capacity of 60kg. The recommended retail price is £475, but Prime Day customers can buy it for £352 – a saving of 26 percent.
Amazon customer rating: 3.9 out of 5.
GHB portable tyre compressor
You should check your tyres before setting off on a long journey, but rather than spending valuable time searching the garage for a compressor, simply carry this in your glovebox. Preset the required tyre pressure you need and press the button to start. Yours for £29.99 – a saving of £10 (25 percent).
Amazon customer rating: 4.1 out of 5.
Imazing portable car jump starter
This Imazing portable car jump starter can jump start the vast majority of petrol and diesel vehicles. The recommended retail price is £79.99, but Prime Day customers will be charged £60.79. Jump to it.
Amazon customer rating: 3.8 out of 5.
Buy an Imazing portable car jumper starter on Amazon.
Oasser car boot organiser
The Oasser car boot organiser gets an impressive 4.9 rating on Amazon and is available with a 20 percent discount. Normal price £29.99, but Prime Day customers pay £23.99. The organiser, which is covered by a two-year warranty, contains three compartments.
Amazon customer rating: 4.9 out of 5.
Kealive electric cool box
Avoid expensive motorway services refreshments by taking your own cool box on your travels. The Kealive electric cool box features warm and cooler functions and can carry up to 27 cans of drink or three two-litre bottles at once. Yours for £46.39 – a saving of 23 percent.
Amazon customer rating: 4.0 out of 5.
Draper flexible funnel
A funnel is the kind of thing you can never find when you need it, so this Draper flexible funnel is likely to be of interest to many motorists. Prime Day customers can buy it for £3.25 – a saving of 20 percent.
Amazon customer rating: 4.3 out of 5.
Please remember, these are the best deals we could find before lunchtime on Monday 15 July.