Amazon Prime Day 2020 was indefinitely delayed due to the pandemic, but we recently caught wind of its new date and everything that’s great about it. Amazon Prime Day 2020 is the company’s answer to other holiday sales like Black Friday, but it’s all exclusive to them. Almost everything that’s available on the Amazon website gets a discount, but popular items like 4K TVs almost always get highlights.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2020
Amazon Prime Day is historically held every summer in July since its beginnings in 2015. However, this year is different since we got hit by a global pandemic, so it was canceled for the first time. Amazon recently announced that Prime Day 2020 will go live on October 13 to 14 for 48 hours, but don’t trust that the deals you might see will last that long.
What’s New This Year?
Amazon is looking to boost the economy and small businesses with a small bonus if you choose to buy from small businesses. Spending at least 10$ on them between September 28 to October 12 will grant you $10 to spend on Prime Day. Of course, this offer is exclusive to Prime members and are bound by terms and conditions.
Amazon even highlighted this event with a page that has product categories, businesses by region, and some of the local owners whom you can check out. You might also want to check out the early deals this year, along with the upcoming concert that’s headed by Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G.
Editor’s Note: You can visit the Amazon Prime Day 2020 landing page for more information and the latest announcements. You can also look out for our Prime Day 2020 coverage with the best deals on gadgets, games, and of course, monitors while the event is running. Happy shopping!