SHOPPERS can combine Amazon discounts and codes to get up to 63 per cent off thanks to an online tool.

The calculator by Latest Deals lists ways to combine multiple offers on the same products in order to get you a good deal.

 Shoppers can find Amazon discounts and codes to get up to 63 per cent thanks to an online tool

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Shoppers can find Amazon discounts and codes to get up to 63 per cent thanks to an online tool

The deal stacking offers are updated daily but some are only available for a few hours, so it’s best to be quick.

To find the hidden discounts, simply go to the Deal Stacks tool on the Latest Deals website and scroll down the page to check the available offers.

You can then click through to the product on Amazon, where you’ll need to tick the box with the voucher to get the extra discount at checkout (see the pictures below).

At the time of writing, shoppers can nab a bike pouch for phone and essentials for £7.34.

 Shoppers can get a 54 per cent discount on a bike pouch thanks to stacking deals

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Shoppers can get a 54 per cent discount on a bike pouch thanks to stacking dealsCredit: Amazon
 By ticking the box for an extra 12 per cent off, you can also get a £29.98 massager for £16.74

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By ticking the box for an extra 12 per cent off, you can also get a £29.98 massager for £16.74Credit: Amazon

This is thanks to it being one of Amazon’s daily “lightning deals”, meaning it’s currently discounted by 54 per cent from £15.99 to £9.34, but then you can also stack an extra £2 voucher discount on top.

Alternatively, you might want to order a £16.74 electric head and face massager, down from £29.98 (44 per cent).

This is also an Amazon lightning deal, and shoppers can add an extra 12 per cent voucher on top of the saving.

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Previously, the tool spotted a dental power flosser for just £10.99, down from £29.99, working out as a 63 per cent discount – the largest recent discount we’ve seen on the site so far.

Of course, it’s always wise to shop around to make sure you really are getting the lowest price.

And watch out for delivery charges too – though you can get free delivery if you sign up for a month’s free trial of Amazon Prime, which normally costs £79 a year.

There are lots of other ways to save money when shopping on Amazon, in addition to this online tool.

We’ve rounded up some of the best shopping tips below.

1. Check the price really is the cheapest

To make sure the deal is as good as it says it is, use Amazon price tracker CamelCamelCamel.

You can add products to it and it will alert you when the price drops.

It will also tell you if that product has ever been cheaper before to make sure you really are getting a bargain.

For example, we used it to check the three deals stacking discounts above and found these were the cheapest prices for the massager and the flosser.

But the bike pouch has been as low as £2.05 back in June 2019.

Dropster also monitors drops in prices for Amazon products, so you can see if your item is currently at its cheapest price – or highest.

2. Get free delivery even if your item is under £20

Amazon offers free delivery on orders over £20 if you’re buying directly from the online giant, and not from third-party sellers on its Marketplace.

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If your order falls just short, there’s a way of bringing up your total by just enough so you can save money on hefty delivery charges, which can be up to £4.49.

The Super Saver Delivery Tool will find the cheapest filler items on the website to bump your order to just over the £20 required total.

For example, if you bought a book costing £19.95, the order could cost up to £24.44 including delivery charges.

But the tool will find a cheap item, such as a 36p paint brush, to bring the total to £20.31 – saving you £4.13.

All you need to do to use the tool is enter how much more you need to spend to get free delivery and it will do the work for you.

3. Bag a great deal

Amazon has Deals of the Day, known as lightning deals, which run for 24 hours before increasing in price again.

If you’re a real bargain hunter, you should check the page everyday to see what offers are available.

But do make sure to shop around to see if it really is the best price.

4. Get a refund if the price drops

Is there anything more annoying than seeing the price drop on a product that you bought days after it arrives?

Well, Amazon’s returns policy means that if the price of your order is discounted within seven days of purchase then you’re entitled to a refund of the difference.

For example, if you bought a vacuum for £50 and the price went down to £30 then you’ll get £20 back.

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This only applies to Amazon-own products and not those that were sold through a third party seller.

You’ll need to contact them via the website or email and make sure that you include your order number.

5. Save up to 20 per cent using Amazon warehouse

Amazon Warehouse is where all of the returned goods get relisted to be resold – and you can save up to 20 per cent by ordering from there.

Some items may be damaged, while others have been used or are refurbished.

If there are any blemishes, these will be specified in the description.

We’ve previously found even more ways to save money at Amazon by asking expert shoppers.

Plus, there’s a tool you can use on Amazon and other websites that will automatically apply discount codes.

Amazon shoppers looking to save some cash can also find big discounts on the online retailer’s little-known outlet page.

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