Amazon Prime Day sale: Save up to 40% on Persil, Ariel, Bold and more

Amazon Prime Day sale is another chance to make savings on the every-day buys

Amazon Prime Day sale illustrated by washing powder
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The regular day-to-day buys are still worthy of a good saving. It's a regular purchase after all, so bag your bargain now - every little helps.

Whether you know about it or not, the Amazon Early Access Sale is here and with plenty of savings stretched across the next 48 hours only. Amazon has so many ways to save money for Christmas and to get ahead, with their huge deals and offers on household buys. If you're already an Amazon member you know the benefits of an Amazon Prime membership, if not, check it out.

Washing powder can be a pricey and it's something we have to spend on regularly, so make the saving while you can. And Amazon discounts a lot of washing powder brands - with up to 40% off some of the favourites.

But be fast, as this Amazon Prime Early Access event only runs from Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th October 2022.  To take advantage of all the deals available you have to be an Amazon Prime member so sign up today; Sign up for a FREE 30-day Amazon Prime trial here.

Amazon Prime Day sale: Washing powders

Persil Non Bio Fabric powder - (Was £29.20) NOW £17.38 | Amazon

Persil Non Bio Fabric powder - (Was £29.20) NOW £17.38 | Amazon

Basic but oh-so needed, washing powder is not a one-off purchase so grab that saving while you can. Get 21 washes with biodegradable ingredients and save £11.82.

  • Persil Non Bio Fabric powder - Amazon

Fairy Non-bio Platinum washing liquid pods - (Was £36) NOW £27.20 | Amazon

Fairy Non-bio Platinum washing liquid pods - (Was £36) NOW £27.20 | Amazon

Save £8.80 on this deal and get 120 washes in return - with stain removal too. Voted no1 mum-of-twins Dionne tells us how these liquid pods were a ‘game changer’, “I was always in such a rush with twins, two dogs and a husband, I was constantly spilling powder everywhere. Now I chuck and go.”

  • Fairy Non-bio Platinum washing liquid pods -  Amazon

Ariel washing liquid gel - (Was £50) NOW £40 | Amazon

Ariel washing liquid gel - (Was £50) NOW £40 | Amazon

This does the job even in a cold wash - which is a great way to save - with 100% recyclable bottle. Plus it works as a great pre-treat for tough stains. First, drop a small amount of Ariel washing liquid gel on the stain. Then rub softly before loading into the drum.

  • Ariel washing liquid gel - Amazon

Bold all-in-one washing liquid pods - (Was £30) NOW £23 | Amazon

Bold all-in-one washing liquid pods - (Was £30) NOW £23 | Amazon

These household favourite all-in-one pods have detergent doses premeasured unlike washing liquids and washing powders. And this scent is blissful and relaxing. The innovative film of Bold pods dissolves completely in contact with water. 

  • Bold all-in-one washing liquid pods - Amazon

Daz Detergent Capsules - (Was £36) NOW £30.60 | Amazon

Daz Detergent Capsules - (Was £36) NOW £30.60 | Amazon

Cleans deep and all in one, plus it whitens and brightens in the Daz-famous way. Though, note, that even though it says ‘all in one’ it doesn’t have fabric conditioner in the pod. 

  • Daz Detergent Capsules - Amazon

Surf Tropical Lily laundry powder - (Was £14) NOW £10 | Amazon

Surf Tropical Lily laundry powder - (Was £14) NOW £10 | Amazon

Save £8.80 on this deal and get 120 washes in return - with stain removal too. Voted no1 mum-of-twins Dionne tells us how these liquid pods were a ‘game changer’, “I was always in such a rush with twins, two dogs and a husband, I was constantly spilling powder everywhere. Now I chuck and go.” 

  • Surf Tropical Lily laundry powder -  Amazon

Remember, to take advantage of all the deals available you have to be an Amazon Prime member so sign up today; Sign up for a FREE 30-day Amazon Prime trial here.

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Stephanie Lowe is Family Editor at GoodToKnow covering all things parenting, pregnancy and more. She has over 13 years' experience as a digital journalist with a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to all things family and lifestyle. Stephanie lives in Kent with her husband and son, Ted. Just keeping on top of school emails/fund raisers/non-uniform days/packed lunches is her second full time job.