Amazon Prime

This year, on July 15th, Amazon is turning 20. Halfway through college, and in the PRIME (pun intended) of its’ life, Amazon has taken the world by storm, and amongst the largest online retailers in the world. Well, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its’ inception, Amazon will be offering Black Friday-like promotions throughout the whole day.

Black Friday part 2, or part 1 depending on how you look at it, will be open to all Prime subscribers in the following countries:

  • US
  • UK
  • Spain
  • Japan
  • Italy
  • German
  • France
  • Canada
  • Austria

Amazon’s Prime Day will begin at Midnight PST and will last the entire 24 hours. Within those 24 hours, various items will be going on sale with the addition of some great lightning deals going off as well.

Amazon hasn’t stated or leaked which items will be going on sale, but if this is being touted as having sales equivalent to Black Friday, we can only assume that there will be deals to be had everywhere. If you aren’t already a Prime Member, be sure to sign up, at least for the 30 day free trial, which gives you free 2 day shipping on thousands of items. If the free trial suits your needs, you can purchase Amazon Prime for only $99 a year.

The Prime subscription gets the best deal on shipping for a multitude of items, as well as gives you access to the catalog of movies found within Amazon Instant Video, and a few other goodies. So be sure to check out Amazon Prime if you haven’t already, and let us know what you hope to see on sale during Prime Day, in the comments below.

Source: Engadget

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