These invite only deals will only be available to Prime members, and even then not everyone will get an invite. Amazon say that if you apply, you’ll receive an email with a unique link to purchase this deal, and information on how long the deal will be available. Amazon warn that they won’t be able to grant all requests with limited quantities available while supplies last.
How to get Invite Only Deals
- Request an invite. Prime members get exclusive access to invite-only deals.
- Check your email. Invites for this deal will be sent between 22 November and 25 November 2023.
- Buy if invited. If invited, you’ll get an email notification with a unique link to purchase this deal, and information on how long the deal will be available.
Basically, if you get an email you’ll want to be clicking the buy button as quickly as possible or there’s a good chance the stock will sell out before you snag one. You’ll need to use the unique link in your invitation email to shop the deal and the link will expire within 8 hours of the email being sent.
But are the Invite Only Deals any good?
Price for the 55″ Fire TV 55-inch 4-series 4K UHD smart TV is normally £549.99 so snagging it for £149.99 (73% off) is a great deal. The TCL is normally £239 and offered for £119 (50% off).
CamelCamelCamel report the lowest ever price for the 55″ Fire TV has regularly dropped to as low as £379.00, but the absolute best ever price we can find was a 2023 Prime Day deal for £299.00. This makes the invite only deal 50% lower than any previous deal indicating it’s a great time to buy…. although there’s no guarantee that a deal won’t come along that’s even lower in the future.
These headline grabbing deals might be pretty good, but what they’re really all about is a loss leader to convince shoppers to come to Amazon this Black Friday and loosen their purse strings. If you’ve got yourself in the mindset of splurging on a new telly in a week’s time, you probably will go on to grab some more deals while your there… or perhaps just order the cat food and a few Christmas presents whether they’re on a deal or not. It’s that overspill that will benefit all retailers selling on Amazon.