Amazon’s biggest sales event of the year begins Monday, June 21 this year, and end midnight 22 june. The two-day event promises Amazon Prime customers thousands of discounts site-wide, including early access to limited-time lighting deals.
You will be able to see all the offers of Amazon Prime Day on its official website prime day 2021 page.
A Prime membership costs £7.99/US$12.99 per month or £79/$119 per year. Non-members can also enjoy Prime Day offers through this Sign up for a 30-day free trial.
In addition to discounts on Prime Day itself, membership benefits include early access to deals during the year, access to Prime Video, Twitch (ie Prime Gaming), Prime Music, same-day grocery delivery, and of course, free next-day delivery. is.
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While Amazon hasn’t yet announced what it will be offering on Prime Day, we expect to see discounts on its own devices, such as Amazon Echo smart speakers, Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, Fire TV devices, and more. eero mesh router, and blink security cameras.
heroine launched an advanced echo show 8 and echo show 5 Both are available for pre-order ahead of their June 9th release date – on May 12th. Maybe we will get to see discounts on these devices on Prime Day as well.
In addition to Amazon devices, we expect Amazon to also have offers on services like Audible, Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Music Unlimited, which are now Hi-res streaming included for free for members.
Last year, Amazon offered three months of free access to both audible and Kindle Unlimited For new customers. Services cost £7.99 otherwise, however unless May 31 customers can get Kindle Unlimited’s two months free.
Outside of Amazon devices and services, we expect to see great deals on Fitbit and Apple devices and a push toward shopping from smaller businesses. Last year, Amazon offered customers spending £10 on its third-party sellers £10 voucher To spend on Prime Day. Check out our key predictions for Prime Day 2021.
This will be the first year that June will have Prime Day. The event usually takes place in July, but was postponed to October last year due to the pandemic.
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