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Amazon To Launch Prime Day For 20th Anniversary

Amazon has announced that it will roll out it’s first summer savings day to mark its 20th anniversary.

Today is the day the online retailer will have massive offers on loads of different products, so why not head on over to Amazon Prime Day and get ahead with your Christmas shopping!

Amazon Prime Day

The online retailer has promised that there will be even bigger savings than those offered on Black Friday which traditionally kicks-off the Christmas shopping season and of course Cyber Monday the Monday after Black Friday in the UK when many people go online to shop for deals.

Amazon have announced that they will be offering discounted products as often as every 10 minutes.

Surely there is a catch? Well you would be right in thinking this as to be able to shop in this mighty sale you must be a Prime member.

Prime Day will be on Wednesday 15th and those who sign up for the event before midnight on Tuesday July 14 will qualify for Prime Day offers and receive a £20 discount on the annual Prime membership free.

Prime Day will see numerous ‘lightning deals’ on products including electronics, toys, video games, clothing, and health and beauty items, with new deals starting every 10 minutes, Amazon said.

“Prime started as a one-day delivery benefit on a few million items back in 2007,” said Mr North. “Since then we’ve increased selection to 10 million eligible items for one-day delivery and added unlimited streaming movies and TV episodes, unlimited cloud photo storage, and access to 800,000 Kindle books.

“Prime Day is the latest benefit for Prime members and you can expect us to add further benefits and features to this great service over time.”

You can sign up for Amazon Prime here: Amazon Prime Membership

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