An Amazon representative confirmed that Prime Day would occur as expected at some point this year, but declined to comment on whether the date posted on its United Kingdom website was accurate.
Amazon's fourth yearly Prime Day monster sale will kick off in mid-July, Amazon mistakenly revealed, according to a posting of the dates from its United Kingdom website.
The fact that Prime Day is technically 36 hours this year makes it the longest yet. Now we will have to wait for Amazon to officially announce a date for Amazon Prime Day 2018. After all, Prime Day turned out to be a monster sales event for the online retailer, at least as big as Black Friday when it comes to overall success.
While Amazon's best-sellers during Prime Day are generally their own devices, like the Echo, Kindle, and Fire TV Stick, this year could be a bit different.
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The 2017 event lasted for 30 hours and was open to shoppers in 13 countries.
Amazon's day (and a half) of deals may be less than a month away.
Prime Day comes later than expected and TechRadar speculates the 2018 World Cup edition in Russian Federation might be to blame.
Consumers can expect discounts on Prime membership in the days leading up to Prime Day. After all, Amazon has been doing more and more with Whole Foods, and other apparel brands like Nike and Calvin Klein are also now available on the site.
Marketplace retailers are also featured in almost every category on Amazon's website, so users can expect great discounts on everything from beer and wine to TVs, gaming consoles, laptops, baby products, and fashion.