With the July 4th eTail and retail sales now in high gear, many eCommerce sites and small businesses will continue riding the revenue wave into next week with the third annual Prime Day on Tuesday, July 11 with hundreds of thousands of deals exclusively for Prime members around the world.
Amazon offers a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, so if you sign up to this at the beginning of July, you will get access to all of the Prime Day deals, as well as the benefits of Prime such as free next day delivery. And finally, it's an unusual opportunity to get some price reductions on the in-season items you need now.
The event is an annual celebration held for Amazon's birthday, and this year it is to mark its 22nd year of business.
Prime Video - Stream a video included in Prime on your TV and get a $10 voucher to shop with on or before Prime Day.
Exclusive deals on newly rolled Kindle and Amazon Fire TV stick. All you need to do is do not forget to cancel the trial before the 30 days are up or you'll be billed at the monthly subscription rate. Prime Day will start at 9pm ET July 10 and last for 30 hours, continuing through July 11. This is Prime Day's third year.
Prime Day 2017 is made especially for you - with personalization, deal watching and the fun of discovery across Prime and Amazon.
The online retail giant promises that it will be an "epic day of deals", exclusively for Prime members.
This year, Amazon have announced that Prime Day will be on 11th July 2017, starting at midnight. So if you're in one of those countries and looking for the best Amazon Prime Day tech deals, you will be able to save. The longest Prime Day ever has started right away after the announcement with special deals and promotions for Prime members on amazon's Prime Day 2017 page.
While Amazon's app is a great tool for browsing and finding upcoming deals, BestBlackFriday.com recommends making actual purchases on a desktop or laptop computer.
What deals will be on Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon has just slashed the price of its Amazon Prime package with a yearly subscription now costing £59 - that's a saving of £20 off the normal price. What's the best way to find those rock bottom prices without wasting your time, and are there any tips or tricks to get the most of the sale?
Amazon's own electronics are likely to feature, such as the home smart speaker Amazon Echo, and its accompanying Echo Dot.
Rather than going in with a scattergun approach, make a list before you go onto Amazon and be targeted about the products you want.