The countdown is on for the global shopping event known as Amazon Prime Day.
That means that while you have to wait for the best shopping deals, you do get basically a day and a half to take advantage of them.
“It can be easy to get swept along by the hype and excitement on the day, so we recommend preparing in advance and researching what you want to buy, to make sure you can tell the difference between a good deal and a dud on Amazon Prime Day”, he continued.
In a nutshell, Amazon Prime Day is an exclusive sales extravaganza reserved for Amazon Prime members. More specifically, many of Amazon’s devices have already been discounted, so if you’re looking to pick up something like an Echo or a Fire TV, there’s no need to wait for Prime Day to actually begin. However, these discounts are limited for Prime members only. Coming to cashback and instant discounts, Prime members can save big with 10% instant discount with HDFC Bank Debit & Credit Cards, 10 percent cashback on Amazon Pay balance.
In 2017, Prime Day “really got a lot more traction.in particular internationally”, Olsavsky told analysts last October. With e-ink e-paper display, these tablets not only offer a long battery life of over a month, or more, but also offer book-like reading experience, without causing stress on your eyes.
Amazon’s Prime Day officially starts at 3PM EST today, but as always, the real deals are deeply discounted Amazon products, and this year that includes smarthome devices like Ring, cloud camera, and security systems. Amazon will be running six big flash sales through the day. As part of Amazon Prime Day, Prime users will receive 30 per cent discount on the Fire TV Stick.
Here’s the catch, though: Amazon Prime is pricey. Target’s Mega Sale starts the morning of July 17 and ends at midnight.
The glory days of leaking deals through social media are behind us, but it’s still a good idea to keep an eye on Amazon’s Facebook and Twitter pages. It was TechRadar that spotted the mishap, which has now been confirmed by Amazon.
Amazon is expected to do an eye-watering $3.5 billion in sales today (more than three times the $1.1 billion in sales it does on an average retail day), and this year Whole Foods will be in the mix too. As soon as we hear anything Prime-related we’ll report straight back on here.