Amazon Prime Day, the most awaited event on Amazon, is likely to begin its programming in summer after last year’s delay. Though Amazon has not officially released any date about the event many reports say that there are chances that it will be held in the month of June. Amazon spokesperson Katie Larsen has declined to confirm or deny the Prime Day Event in June 2021. Perhaps, you have been keeping products in your cart for a long time, don’t worry these are your days to empty it with the lowest prices. Now, let’s get started with the most important things you need to know about this event.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon held Prime Day in the honor of the website’s 20th anniversary on July 15. This event was inaugurated on this day in 2015 exclusively for the members of Amazon Prime. It’s inaugural faced many criticisms because of the discounts offered. But, as we all know this event features “more sales than Black Friday”, it became a huge success in 2020. According to Amazon, it was a record-breaking event, surpassing $3.5 billion in sales across 19 countries.
How can I participate in this event?
Prime Day Event is exclusively for Prime members of Amazon. There are over 200 million Prime members worldwide. If you do not want a prime membership, you can also consider a free 30-day trial and cancel the prime membership afterward.
What deals will I see for this Event?
Prime Day deals will definitely apply on their own line of products, so we can expect to see the best deals on Kinder, Fire, and Echo. We will certainly see deals on some laptops, certain small kitchen appliances, vacuums. Lately, Prime members have also been able to make deals on Apple products too. Apparently, we can say the deals would be on almost all of the products.
How big is this event?
Amazon Prime Day is the most awaited and biggest sale for Prime members. In addition to India, the other countries to have a great deal with Prime Day are U.S., U.K., U.A.E., Turkey, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Brazil, Belgium, Austria, and Australia. Last year, Amazon Prime Day had an increase of nearly 60% in sales from 2019. Jeff Wilke, the CEO of Worldwide Consumer, said “We’re proud that Prime members saved more than $1.4 billion, and we look forward to providing more opportunities for our selling partners to grow and customers to save throughout the holiday season. I’m incredibly thankful to our employees and partners around the world who helped make Prime Day possible, especially the dedicated front-line teams in our fulfillment centers and delivery operations.”
How to save money on Amazon Prime Day?
There is no doubt about the great deals on this event. The products will definitely have a lower price than the originals. But, to save money you can also check out other sites for the products in your cart.
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