Amazon UK customers estimated to save £250 million on deals this holiday season – About Amazon.co.uk

Amazon has announced that customers shopping on amazon.co.uk are estimated to save more than £250 million on deals over the holiday season, compared to the recent selling price on Amazon UK.
Customers can find more Black Friday worthy deals than ever before at amazon.co.uk/blackfriday. Plus, there are more than 85,000 small and medium sized businesses selling on Amazon, with many of these offering deals across Black Friday Week. Customers can sort deals by small business, look for the small business badge across Amazon, or shop small by checking for the small business badge.
Price Matching One Million Products on Amazon UK
In addition to the savings earned through this year’s selection of deals, customers will also save money as Amazon teams work to price-match products, to ensure low prices for our customers all year round. Research scientists and software developers at Amazon build technology and systems to frequently monitor products sold by Amazon and compare them to leading online retailers in each product category. The team matches prices on more than one million products in the UK, as compared to the lowest credible competitor. This means customers can be confident that when they shop on Amazon, they will find low prices on a wide selection of products, every day.
“We are acutely aware of the cost pressures customers are facing at the moment. We’re doing everything we can to make sure we’re offering customers great savings this holiday season, and throughout the year,” said John Boumphrey, UK Country Manager for Amazon. “Our deals will save customers over £250 million this holiday season, and this is on top of savings from price matching more than a million products. We hope these savings help customers find the perfect gift for a loved one this year.”
Annual Report Reveals Amazon Price Leadership
Profitero, the global eCommerce analytics company, also published the results of its annual UK Price study, revealing stark online price differences across 15 leading retailers, including Asda, Amazon, John Lewis and Ocado. The study analysed online prices for over 11,000 exact-matched products, finding that Amazon’s prices were an average 13% lower than other retailers across everyday essential items, such as food & beverages, as well as typical Christmas gift categories like electronics, toys and video games.
Learn more about the deals on gifts this Black Friday.

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