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After enjoying widespread popularity during the 2020 lockdowns, The Oodie has become something of a winter essential for many Aussies - particularly those living in draughty homes.
The wearable blankets are like a cosy cocoon of fleece and fluff, perfect for keeping you warm throughout the cooler months.
In honour of Amazon Prime Day - which kicked off today, July 12 and ends at midnight on July 13 - The Oodie is offering five of its favourite designs for just $76.30 instead of the usual $109.
As with any Oodie, they're made of a thick plush fleece fabric and lined with a layer of sherpa fleece for added warmth and comfort. The design includes a large pouch in the front and, of course, a cosy hood.
The designs are all unisex and one size fits most, but the ones discounted for Prime Day are in adult size only.
However, you will find discounted kids size Oodies as well as other prints in the adult size on the Oodie website. It currently has a $25 discount on a much larger range of designs bringing the price down as low as $84 for an adult's size and $69 for a kid's size.
Oodie dupes on sale
As part of Prime Day, a number of other brands offering Oodie-like products are also on sale.
Meanwhile kids can enjoy an oversized wearable blanket from ADVWIN that's been discounted by 26% to $29.52.
How to shop the Amazon Prime Day Sales
Unlike a regular sale, to access the discounted prices for Prime Day you have to be an Amazon Prime member.
Fortunately, it costs only $6.99 a month to join and you can cancel anytime. Plus, there's a 30-day free trial which includes this sale period if you're new to Prime.
In addition to access to the hundreds of thousands of deals on offer over July 12 and 13 for Prime Day, a Prime membership gives you access to Amazon Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Reading and free shipping on a range of products.
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