Everything was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, including Amazon’s huge sales called Prime Day. Amazon Prime Day usually takes place in July, but this year, for obvious reasons, sales were reportedly delayed in October.
The Initial reports dating back to early July claimed that Amazon Prime Day will be scheduled for the week beginning October 5 and that a definitive date will be announced later. But a new one report from CNET mentions another launch date for Amazon Prime Day.
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It is important to mention that the sources of this important information do not know how long the sale is going on, only the start date. It’s hard to make any assumptions right now because Amazon has already expanded its huge sales in recent years, so it will not be a surprise to know that this year we will have a 3-day Amazon Prime Day sales event.
Last year, the annual business event lasted exclusively for Prime members for two days, while the year before it was squeezed into a 36-hour sales event. If CNET’s information turns out to be accurate, Amazon should make an official announcement in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes open.