It's official! Amazon Prime Day dates confirmed
- Author: Zachary Reyes Июн 26, 2019,
Июн 26, 2019, 17:26
Prime Day started in the USA in 2015 and has grown quickly - with expansion to many global countries, including Australia previous year. This year, Prime Day will start on Midnight of July 15 Pacific Time and will carry over for 48 hours.
The two-day sales event will feature over one million deals! More than a million deals will be on offer, we're told, with "the biggest Prime Day deals ever on Alexa-enabled devices".
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As already mentioned, the deal is exclusively for Amazon's Prime customers only but there is a way you can get these deals without having to pay for the prime subscription.
Amazon Prime Video will release 14 new titles over 14 days in nine languages including English, Hindi, Taimil, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali and Punjabi.
Amazon (AMZN) started Prime Day in 2015, and it has evolved as the Seattle e-commerce giant's business footprint expands.
Once the trial ends, you can sign up for an annual membership for $79, or a monthly membership at $7.99 per month. In a statement to SheKnows, Amazon said, "Stay tuned as we continue to reveal collaborations with actors, musicians, athletes and top brands including new Prime Day Launches and, of course, exclusive deals".
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