Amazon prime day set for october 13th if sources are to be believed
One of the retail losses caused by the Covid19 pandemic was Amazon Prime Membership Day in July, which was postponed by the company due to the situation, logic issues, and the general mood of the world's population.
However, it will never disappear forever. The sources unanimously confirmed tonight that the date has been confirmed as October 13-14, which is actually the last available space it can hold, and will not be related to Black Friday and Christmas. Sales overlap. .
Although the date has not been officially announced, we look forward to hearing confirmation before this weekend. If you have Alexa, you can ask your device to keep you up to date. Of course, Prime Day is traditionally a good day to buy Alexa devices, so this may be a year earlier.
Black Friday will expire at the end of next month, and rumors that factories are busy suggest that the event will span almost the entire month of operations, starting around October 26.
It seems like this is a long time for customers to track you, but with social distance and the main street still so chaotic, Amazon is likely to expect more people to shop online in the New Years.
An obvious variable is likely to be the possible return of Covid. As parts of Europe have started to announce the arrival of the "second wave", Amazon will still face some problems, possibly related to diseases that have affected its huge logistics. deal.
In the spring, the company removed content available online, keeping it a major need, while waiting lists for other items are longer and customers are used to it.
As a business, if you can cross these waters and do it well, you can make a lot of money. One thing is certain, they have had months to plan this matter properly.