Until 20 June, Prime Members who spend £10 on small businesses on Amazon can get £10 to spend on Prime Day, which takes place over 21 to 22 June. It's a deal Amazon launched last year when it held a delayed Prime Day in October. 

This year things are slightly different, with over 300,000 eligible sellers to choose from, including Amazon Handmade and Amazon Launchpad. That sum is greater than twice the amount of eligible sellers from last year. You'll have to be a Prime Member to qualify for the voucher. If you're not already, sign up for the 30-day free trial here.

How to claim £10/$10 Prime Day voucher

To claim the voucher, you'll need to spend £10/$10 on products from small businesses between 7 June to 20 June. Amazon will then send you an email with details on how to claim. You can only use the credit on Prime Day itself.

The amount will be automatically added to your purchase when checking out. It's limited to one per customer, so if you're in an Amazon Household each member will have to make separate £10/$10 purchases.

See the full terms and condition of the offer over at Amazon UK and Amazon US.

Early Prime Day deals on Amazon products

The offer is one of many early Prime Day deals Amazon has launched, since announcing the official Prime Day dates on 2 June. Right now, Prime members can also get:

Sign up for the 30-day free Amazon Prime trial to make the most of Prime Day discounts, or see our guide on how to sign up for Amazon Prime if it's your first time. We also have a full guide to Prime Day and how to find the best deals.

Shoppers can access all Prime Day deals on Amazon's dedicated page when the day arrives. In the meantime, check out our full guide to Amazon Prime, including everything you need to know on pricing, benefits, and the free trial.

We'll also be tracking the best Prime Day Apple deals over at our sister site Macworld UK.