Amazon Pay is extending the great offers you’ve come to expect on Prime Day to websites around the world. Starting today through July 31, shoppers in the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Germany can take advantage of incredible deals from participating Amazon Pay merchants. Simply visit the Amazon Pay Prime Day deals page to get started.

To give you a head start, we are highlighting some of Amazon Pay’s Prime Day merchants throughout July.

Since 1970, Jigsaw has been creating timeless apparel, using responsible sourced materials and products. Their ever-evolving lines of women’s, men’s and girl’s clothing aren’t slaves to the latest fashion, instead embracing beautiful creations that can be worn for years.

Paul Smith
A legend of London fashion, Paul Smith has become synonymous with elegant restraint the world over. From chic men’s suits emblazoned with the famed Paul Smith stripe, to dazzling Jacquard dresses for women, you simply can’t go wrong.

London Theatre Direct
The theatre has been thriving in London for over 400 years and it’s certainly not showing any signs of slowing down. London Theatre Direct is your one-stop shop for tickets to the best musicals, plays, and performances that the city has to offer, offering last-minute seats, special discounts, and more.

Telegraph Media Group
The Telegraph is an award-winning news daily that has served the people of England for more than 160 years. Join the more than 10 million Telegraph subscribers and experience the quality journalism and experiences for which they’re famed.

Papa John’s UK
Forget the barbeque this weekend and take Papa John’s Big Summer Bundle into the great outdoors instead. Or simply opt for a great night in with one of Papa John’s specialty pizzas, catering to every taste from Tandoori Spice to Vegan Sheese Garden Party. 

Grenson Shoes
Founded in 1866 in Northamptonshire, Grenson Shoes takes up to eight weeks to make each pair of shoes, involving more than 200 individual operations. The result isn’t just a shoe that’s going to last you through many rainy British springtimes, but a classic design that will look good for the next 150 years. 

Never Fully Dressed
The “sophisticated sass” from Never Fully Dressed launched out of a London market stall in 2009; in the last ten years they’ve grown to become a small empire. Their rapid success is all thanks to the label’s trademark take on wardrobe staples like the little black dress and culotte jumpsuits.

Visit the Amazon Pay Prime Day deals page for a full list of participating retailers.