Amazon has around 80 million reasons to be excited for Prime Day

Amazon has around 80 million reasons to be excited for Prime Day

Google is not about to let Amazon steal the spotlight with its upcoming Prime Day sales event. In such a scenario, it's possible that you miss a deal that you really wished to avail.

The clock is ticking with the countdown to Amazon's Prime Day tomorrow, which this year is set to top $3.5 billion and transform summer trading, according to ParcelHero. Target, Sears and Gap, which offered big deals on Prime Day in 2016, have also bowed out this year.

Online shoppers will begin furiously refreshing their computers tonight when Amazon.com Inc.'s (AMZN) Prime Day gets under way tonight at 9 pm EST. So what's on offer? If your favorite deal is sold out, don't worry you could join the waitlist, provided it is not already full. More on that below.

Amazon is now offering a deal on the refurbished Echo, selling the device for just $89.99. Prime members are provided with unlimited free one-day and two-day delivery on over two million online products, free standard delivery without minimum purchase, exclusive deals on bestselling products, and instant access to the latest movies and TV shows. He said the company is not planning to raise Prime fees as of now as the programme is seeing rapid adoption across smaller cities. The Sale is exclusively reserved for its loyalty programme members- Amazon Prime Members.

Amazon has around 80 million reasons to be excited for Prime Day
Amazon has around 80 million reasons to be excited for Prime Day

"Amazon is kicking off its third annual Prime Day six hours early this year - giving members 30 hours to shop beginning at 6pm PT / 9pm ET today, Monday, July 10".

There will be a sale bonanza with massive discounts on products on Amazon Prime Day.

Why should I sign up to Amazon Prime and how much does it cost? These two retailers are expected to display some great deals as well. But the gadget has earned a reputation as the hub of the smarthome, allowing users to play music, turn lights on and off, and ask the device (read: Internet) questions, amongst innumerable other tasks. Don't be seduced by the excitement of the sale and its short-term deals or else you could end up wasting money on things you'll quickly regret buying. "Amazon has been stocking up on televisions". That's right - they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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