Amazon Prime Day 2020 date is officially confirmed


After a few months of delay, finally, Amazon confirmed officially the date of its Prime Day shopping event!

Amazon Prime Day 2020 will run for two days. After a delay from the usual period of mid-July, the discounts will start at 00:01 on Tuesday, October 13, and the offer will run until Wednesday, October 14 at 23:59.

It’s approved that Prime Day will run on these days in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, UAE, Singapore, Japan, Mexico, and China. Also, Prime Day events in Brazil and Turkey will be on the 13th and the 14th of October.

The seasonal sale, which happened for the first time in 2015, usually features spotlight deals staying for 24 hours or 48. Moreover, a short flash sale that may last for just a few hours will happen at this time. The sale will be in several departments, such as home, beauty, fashion, tech, and a lot more.

As you have probably guessed from the name, Prime Day is exclusive to Amazon Prime members.

Amazon Prime subscriptions’ monthly cost is about £7.99, or you can use the annual subscription of £79 which you can have Prime Video access, Prime Reading, unlimited music streaming, and free delivery if you got it.

Now, you also can use an offer that if you spend £10 with small businesses in the running of Prime Day, you can get £10 to spend on October 13 or 14. More details about the pre-Prime Day are available here.

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