Amazon finally delivers their Prime Day date

DEALS: Amazon Prime Day date revealed. CREDIT: Twitter

Retail giant Amazon finally delivers their Prime Day date and it comes at a great time to get all your Christmas shopping done.

THE Amazon Prime Day date has finally been set for Tuesday, October 13 after the company had to reschedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking about the confirmed date, Doug Gurr, Amazon UK Country Manager said “After a tough six months for everyone, we’re committed to making this the most successful Prime Day ever for small businesses, and excited for members to discover the very best from artisans and entrepreneurs in the UK, whilst saving big on everything they need and love from the comfort of their homes.”
The eagerly awaited event is exclusively available for Amazon Prime subscribers (or those who sign up for the retailer’s free trial) and allows huge discounts for shoppers across all departments, including Amazon’s own-brand devices, such as Echo speakers and Fire TV streaming gadgets.
Amazon Prime Day has become an annual event, which normally takes place in July, with last year’s event actually being extended to 48 hours due to popularity.
An Amazon Spokesperson spoke about this year’s delay to the event: “Over the last five years, Prime Day has become a special celebration and time for Prime members to shop incredible deals for themselves and for friends and family – and it’s something we look forward to every year.
“This year we’ll be holding Prime Day later than usual, while ensuring the safety of our employees and supporting our customers and selling partners.”
The sale event is going to be an ideal time to pick up early Christmas gifts as the holiday season fast approaches.
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