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Amazon Prime Day deals: Get 24 Sharpies for £6.29

Who doesn't love a Sharpie? Stock up with this box of 24 fine-tipped Sharpie markers and save a whopping 67% off with this Amazon Prime Day deal.

Although these deals are exclusively for Prime members, you can still get all the benefits on a trial membership – sign-up for a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab) here. 

Normally priced at £18.99, this box of 24 assorted Sharpie markers is now reduced to £6.29. You can draw on cloth, plastic, glass, wood or metal – let's face, it most surfaces – and you know you're getting quality with Sharpies markers.

If you're just interested in black markers, you can also check out a similar deal on Sharpie's fine-tip black permanent markers (opens in new tab) which are reduced by around half, from £12.72 to £6.52 for a box of 12.

At this price, you could even stock up and get a box of each, or even two of each. That should be enough to last you a little while...

Sharpie coloured markers (24 pack): Save 67% (opens in new tab)
This multipack of permanent markers from Sharpie has been knocked down from £18.99 to just £6.29 – a saving of over two thirds. This is a limited-time offer, so snap them up while you still can.

Sharpie Permanent Markers, Fine Tip, Black, Box of 12: £6.52 (was £12.72) (opens in new tab)
Save 49%
- Add to your Sharpie collection and make permanent marks to your hearts content with this deal – where you can save almost half on a box of 12 Sharpie black markers.
Save 49% on Sharpie permanent markers (opens in new tab)
DEAL EXPIRES: 11:59pm 17th July 2018

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Rosie Hilder is Creative Bloq's Acting Editor. After beginning her career in journalism in Argentina – where her blogging prowess led her to become Deputy Editor of Time Out Buenos Aires – she moved back to the UK and joined Future Plc in 2016. Since then, she's worked as Operations Editor on art and design magazines, including Computer Arts, 3D World and Paint & Draw, and got the 'Apple bug' when working on US title, Mac|Life. In 2018, she left the world of print behind and moved to Creative Bloq, where she now takes care of the daily management of the site, including growing the site's reach through trying to please the Google Gods, getting involved in events, such as judging the Brand Impact Awards, and helping make sure our content serves ours readers as best it can. Her interests lie in branding and illustration, tech and sexism, and plenty more in-between.