Amazon’s Prime Day for 2020 to be Held October 13 and 14

By Paul Riegler on 28 September 2020
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Amazon will hold its annual Prime Day, an event that features a large number of sales and promotions that are exclusive to Amazon Prime members, on October 13 and 14, just six weeks before Black Friday.

The event typically takes place in July but was delayed amidst the coronavirus pandemic and the logistical challenges the retailer was having as the number of orders spiked while many people stayed home.

The first Prime Day was held in 2015 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the company’s website, while promising that there would be “more deals than Black Friday.” Amazon said that the sales at its 2019 Prime Day event were higher than the company’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined that year.

Amazon has already put some of its own Echo products on sale in advance of the event and it is also offering a $10 credit towards a purchase on Prime Day after making a $10 purchase at the company’s Whole Foods grocery stores.

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