Additionally, the discount retailer said it was also giving shoppers who spent more than $100 on Target.com a free six-month membership for same-day delivery via Shipt to compete with Amazon's specials.
All things considered, it's been a fantastic sales event with some of the best deals we've ever seen on a wide range of popular products, and all the hottest deals of the event have been collected in our Prime Day deals master list.
The good news is that products are added to the store all the time, so it's worth refreshing the page and keeping an eye on the "just added" section for the duration of Prime Day.
The action adds to Amazon's Prime Day difficulties.
Merlon Capital Partners' recent report claims Amazon's first-party range is only around 1.5 million SKUs, with several years needed to reach the range of its United States site.
"For all the hype about Whole Foods, the grocery stuff on sale was less appetizing", said Sucharita Mulpuru-Kodali, an analyst at Forrester Research.
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Prime Day is coming to a close, so take your pick on the available phones that interest you.
The internet powerhouse ran into some early snags Monday afternoon, as deal-seekers flooding Amazon's servers ended up getting images of dogs along with the words, "Uh-oh".
Prime Day, which offers discounts to Prime members, is the company's annual sales bonanza.
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Shoppers spent 54 percent more in the first three hours of this year's event - 3 p.m.to 6 p.m. EST - than in the first three hours of a year ago when the shopping bonanza began at 9 p.m., according to Feedvisor, which sells software to set prices in e-commerce.
In Europe, however, Amazon employees were using Prime Day to draw attention to their complaints against the company.
The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru, India, April 20, 2018.
Despite initial technical glitches, sales eventually climbed, with the company's stock soon jumping 1.2%.