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It's your last chance to get $10 to spend on Prime Day

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Prime Day is basically here, it's happening 21-22 June, and there are plenty of deals and offers already live. In the run up to the big day(s), Amazon has been offering a promo that it says is part of its investment of $100 million to help small businesses, and today is your last chance to take advantage of it.

Until the end of today (20 June), Prime Day customers can get $10/£10 credit to spend on Prime Day when they spend the same amount on items sold by select small businesses via Amazon. Which means you have a few hours left to support a host of designer-makers, and get yourself some free credit in the process.

If you're not sure where to start, then use the links above to go to Amazon's Storefronts page, where you'll find a collection of businesses to browse. All you have to do is spend the $10/£10 on eligible businesses (which have a 'this product is from a small business' banner above them, to make it nice and clear). 

You then claim the $10/£10 credit via a confirmation email and you're ready to redeem on 21 and 22 June. 

If you're an Apple fan, you'll also want to head to our Apple Prime Day hub, where we've already started curating some early deals on Apple goods.

Like Prime Day deals, you'll need to be a Prime Day member to take advantage of this small business offer. Sign up below if you're not one already, and you can get a 30 day free trial, which will take you all the way to Prime Day. You can even cancel it straight after Prime Day if you like, with no strings attached.

For more on a range of deals on Prime Day, see our sister site T3's best Amazon Prime Day deals. If you want something a bit more specific, you can also check out GamesRadar's Prime Day PS5 deals hub.

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Rosie Hilder

Rosie Hilder is the deputy editor of Creative Bloq. Before joining the CB team in 2018, she worked on a range of print titles, including Time Out Buenos Aires, Computer Arts, 3D World, Paint & Draw and Mac|Life. Her interests lie in branding and illustration, tech and sexism, and plenty more in-between.