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Amazon Prime Day takes place on 11th July (though confusingly, it actually starts a few hours earlier, at 6pm on 10th July).

As well as the usual offers on all sorts of goods sold from, the firm will reveal a special preview of 'The Grand Tour' series two. And it'll discount Amazon Prime by £20 to £59, too, so you can watch Clarkson and co. for less.

Amazon will reveal a brand new teaser for the second series of its outrageously expensive car show exclusively for Prime members.

The footage is the first from the second season, and features hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond on location in Mozambique, Switzerland and the UK.

Series two will launch on Prime Video later this year.

Amazon is also slashing the annual cost of Prime to £59 from 3rd July (that's Monday).

As well as giving you free next-day delivery on certain items from Amazon, it also gives you access to Prime Video – which is the only way to watch 'The Grand Tour', 'The Man in the High Castle' and other films and series – as well as the Prime Music streaming service.

Plus you could win £100,000 in cash by streaming Amazon Video from 7th to 11th July.

Prime Day is longer this year, lasting 30 hours. It also promises to organise deals by the most shopped-for themes, like pets, gardening, technology and art.

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