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It’s time for Amazon Prime Day!
This huge online sale, which is now a two day event, allows shoppers to purchase top rated products and services at discounted prices. Thousands of items will be marked down, with lightning rounds and specials changing frequently throughout the event.
Here’s what you need to know, to participate in the Black Friday type sale.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Prime Day begins July 15, at midnight Pacific Time, and ends July 16 at 11:59. This gives you 48 hours to find bargains on everything from diapers to electronics to craft supplies.
How Do I Get These Great Deals?
You have to be a Prime Member, to participate in Amazon Prime Day. Fortunately, Amazon offers a 30 day free trial so you can experience the benefits of being a Prime member. You can opt out within the 30 day trial period or continue with Prime for $119/year.
College students can apply for six free months of Prime and take advantage of the Prime Day specials. They just need a edu-based email.
You can even gift someone a 3 or 12 month membership plan.
What Are the Advantages of Being a Prime Member?
- fast free shipping for eligible purchases…and there are millions of eligible purchases
- streaming of movies, tv shows and music
- exclusive shopping deals, like Prime Day and holiday specials
- unlimited reading
Amazon Special Services
Other memberships you might be interested in:
This membership program offers special benefits including
*Save 20% on diapers subscriptions
*Exclusive Coupons and Deals from Amazon Family
*Exclusive Baby Registry benefits
*FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items
*Unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows
*Unlimited, ad-free streaming of over a million songs and more Prime benefits
Audible 30 day free trial plus two free audio books
Kindle Unlimited Membership for 6, 12 or 24 months
AmazonFresh free trial for unlimited grocery delivery
It is the Amazon everyone loves, for work. Make workplace procurement easier with convenient delivery options, simplified purchasing workflows, multiple payment options, and a competitive marketplace with business-only pricing and quantity discounts. Anyone who makes purchases for work (eg. procurement specialists, office administration, IT departments, etc.) can create a free account for their business. Customer must be from a verified business in order to successfully create their Amazon Business account.
Amazon Prime Day Specials
I’ll be updating this post throughout the day tomorrow and Tuesday, with special deals, so check back often. You can also go to a page on Amazon, like THIS ONE, and click on the Lightning Deals as Prime Day gets underway, for amazing bargains. Scroll down a bit and look for the box to check on the left hand side of the page.
Have fun shopping!
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