Amazon prime day confirmed for mid october
As we reported last week, Amazon Prime Membership Day has now been confirmed as the middle of next month and will run again for 48 hours instead of the traditional "one day."
October 13 and 14 are confirmed dates on your calendar, as this will be a great time for Prime members to pick up the gifts they need in the coming months.
With that said, Amazon is already promoting the Prime Day Advance Discount page, so it looks like the marketing machine won't relax until later this year.
As online shopping sets potential records and the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic are breakthrough seasons, Amazon has been building its fulfillment centers for the past few months to be prepared for what is about to happen.
in black A Prime Membership The day celebrated one month before Friday can even be seen as a test before the entertainment and games actually begin at the end of November.
Unlike Black Friday, Amazon Prime Member Day deals are only available to Prime members, so if you want to save money, you need to get a membership. But don't worry, you can get this membership for free.
Anyone who has not previously signed up for an Amazon Prime account can try the service for free for 30 days, including access to these Prime Day offers. This means you can save money on some great laptops without spending a penny. Check out the link below to register for the trial now:
If you have been a member in the past, you may not be able to sign up for a free trial, but this does not mean you should miss it. Registering for a month will not break the bank, and it will save you a lot of money in the end. If you are looking for some high-value items (such as a new laptop), then you may find that the savings will be much higher than what you have to pay.