Amazon Prime Day, which is normally in July, has been rescheduled to October 13th and 14th, 2020.
Note: You can try Amazon Prime for free, for 30 days. If you’re going to try it, this is the time! You can cancel whenever you want.
Amazon Prime Day is a bit like Black Friday in October. For two days only, Amazon will offer tremendous savings on TVs, smart home, kitchen, grocery, toys, fashion, furniture, appliances and back-to-school supplies and even stock up on everyday essentials.
Besides the shopping deals you’ll find on Amazon Prime Day, there are some special deals this year.
Get up to $50 in credit to spend on Prime Day
- Amazon Prime members who spend $10 at select small businesses between now and October 12th receive a $10 credit to use on Amazon for Prime Day, October 13th and 14th, 2020. Explore products from these selected small businesses here. You can filter by region, type of product, or type of business owner.
- Spend $10 at Whole Foods Market by October 14th, and get $10 in credit for Prime Day. Details here.
- Spend $10 or more at Amazon Books or Amazon Pop-Up and get $10 in credit for Prime Day. More info.
- Get another $10 credit when you shop at Amazon 4-Star. This is a curated collection of products that area popular and well-reviewed.
- Another good deal: If you don’t yet use the Amazon mobile app, get a $10 promotional code just by signing into the Amazon app for the first time. The credit can be applied to any order of $20 or more.
Amazon Prime Day
Make sure to check out Amazon Prime Day frequently, as many deals sell out quickly.
A few to check out (keeping in mind that they might be sold out by the time you see this):
But you only get the deals if you are an Amazon Prime member.
Amazon Prime Benefits
If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member you may want to consider joining. You have to pay a membership fee, but if you order a bunch of stuff online, the savings on shopping alone makes it worth it.
Amazon Prime members receive a many benefits, including
- Free one-day, two-day, or same-day shipping (depending on your location)
- Free movies and TV shows to stream through your smart TV, Roku, Fire Stick, or other device
- Discounts and special deals at Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon
- Free, unlimited cloud storage for photos
- Free access to two million digital songs, available to play through the Amazon Music app for desktop or mobile
- Free Kindle book each month
- Exclusive deals and discounts available to Prime members only
- Early access to Lightning Deals
- 5% cash back on a Prime credit card
- Prime Wardrobe — try on eligible clothing items and only pay for those you keep
Year-round, Prime members can also get deep discounts on select best-selling foods at Whole Foods Market, plus an additional 10% off hundreds of sale items.
A one-year subscription to Amazon Prime costs $119 (or $12.99/month), but you can get a 30-day FREE trial. Sign up for Amazon Prime now.
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