These UGGs are on sale for $29 today for Prime Day

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UGG boots on sale
These UGG boots are on sale in Australia today for Prime Day

Today is the second and final official day of the Amazon Prime Day sales and one item we’re sure Aussies will be snapping up are these UGGs from UGG Australian Shepherd.

They’ve been marked down by 25 percent so you can keep your toes toasty for a fraction of the regular price.

Women's ankle UGGs are down to $44, while the fluffy, slip on design is down to $29. The classic, half-calf UGGs are also on sale in both mens and women's sizes for $52, however all of these prices are for select sizes.

While not commuting in the wind and rain is a massive positive that comes with working from home over winter, the downside is that our homes aren’t always as well heated as the office, and unfortunately, it’s not your employer who’s footing the electricity bill.

UGGs on sale today
These UGGs are down to $52 today. Photo: Amazon Australia
UGGs on sale
This design is on sale for $29 in select sizes. Photo: Amazon Australia

Winter WFH essentials

UGGs are a great way to stop losing heat from your extremities while you’re working from home, but they’re not the only winter warmer that’ll help cut down your heating costs.

Hooded blankets have skyrocketed in popularity since COVID as people reach for the comfiest and cosiest options for staying indoors.

They’re basically oversized hoodies made out of a blanket, with the idea being that you take the feeling of having your head and shoulders cocooned in a blanket, off the couch and into your home office.


There are a few hooded blankets on sale at the moment, including The Comfy which has been marked down to $45 for Prime Day, and a similar design from Bonds which is 50 percent off, down to $47.40

Hooded blanket
Hooded blankets are like walking around with a blanket wrapped over your head and shoulders. Photo: Amazon Australia

Oodie is also having a sale on hooded blankets, with $25 off a number of their designs. 

If you get cold hands tapping away on your computer, fingerless gloves are another good investment that won’t get in the way of your work. 

It’s also worth considering a draught stopper for your doors, while a hot water bottle or heat pack like this one currently on sale, is great for an instant injection of heat. 

Keeping the steaming cups of tea coming is another good fix but there are only so many cuppas you can drink in a day!

Microwavable hot water
A microwavable heat pack or hot water bottle is a good way to keep warm without blowing out your electricity bill. Photo: Amazon Australia
Fingerless gloves
Keep your hands warm with a pair of woolly fingerless gloves. Photo: Amazon Australia

How to shop the Prime Day sales

You have to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of the deals on offer on Prime Day, but there is a 30-day free trial you can sign up to if you're not already a member.

It'll give you access to the sale prices and it's free to cancel anytime, otherwise, the membership costs $7 a month or $59 a year after the 30-day period, and gives you access to free expedited shipping on eligible items, as well as a login for Amazon’s streaming service, Prime Video, and Amazon Music, Prime Gaming and Prime Reading.

The Prime Day sales are officially running on June 21 and 22, however, in Australia we will still have access to the US Prime Day deals on Amazon US up until 5pm on June 23, thanks to the time difference between our countries.

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