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 and it wasn’t able to happen as planned.
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For months now, we’ve been wondering when (or even whether) it would be rescheduled.
But now, it’s official: Amazon has announced the dates as Oct. 13 and 14.
The new dates are confirmed on Amazon’s Prime Day page and in emails it has sent to its customers.
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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