The second annual Amazon Prime Day of Deals is July 12, 2016, with that Amazon promices to offer better daily deals than Black Friday or Cyber Monday, with exclusive new deals all day, as often as every few minutes.
And it’s an international deal day, with discounts also available to Prime members in the U.S., U.K., Spain, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, Canada, and Australia.
Of course, you have to be a member of Amazon Prime to take advantage of the deals.
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A year of Amazon Prime typically costs $99, while students can pay $49 for membership. Purchases made on July 12 will also be eligible for free shipping.
Then, starting at 3AM on July 12, Prime members can shop from thousands of deals starting as often as every ten minutes.
And remember that you can cancel your FREE 30-day trial without being charged a subscription fee on day 31.
According to Business Insider, Amazon sold 5.5 million items on Black Friday in 2014, its busiest shopping day ever. Sales were made at a rate of 64 items per second, according to figures reported by the company.
Amazon’s Prime Day seems a lot like Alibaba’s Singles’ Day, held on November 11 each year since 2009. The Chinese retail giant deeply discounts much of its merchandise for 24 hours. Alibaba reported $9.3 billion in sales on Singles’ Day in 2014.
Prime Day graphic courtesy TechTimes