Maybe you’ve heard of “Christmas in July.” Well, Amazon typically celebrates “Black Friday in July” with Amazon Prime Day. Around mid-July, Amazon traditionally offers its Prime members tremendous savings on more deals than on Black Friday.
This year, of course, everything is different. But Rolling Stone magazine reports that we’re getting closer to dates for this big annual event.
“Though an exact date has yet to be announced, Amazon has been teasing an early fall date for Prime Day, it’s biggest shopping day of the year,” the magazine has announced.
So, it’s looking like fall … which is just around the corner. Stay tuned! We will be updating this post when Amazon announces the new dates for Prime Day 2020.
Amazon itself has updated its Prime Day page but still no official announcement: “Prime Day 2020 dates for the United States have not been announced yet.”
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Year-round, Amazon Prime members receive a number of benefits including free shipping; streaming of over 2 million songs; TV shows and movies on Prime Instant Video; unlimited photo storage; free ebooks, and more.
A one-year subscription to Amazon Prime costs $119 (or $12.99/month), but you can get a 30-day FREE trial. After those 30 days, you’re free to cancel and there will be no charge.
Interested? Sign up for Amazon Prime here.
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