Amazon has officially announced the Prime Day schedule and it runs form Monday, July 16 at 3 PM through Tuesday July 17. This 36 hours event will be offer best deals you will see on Amazon. If you have 30 days free prime membership trial , now is time to try out for Free , you can get a 30 days free membership when you sign up at Amazon.com here and then you can take advantage of all the prime day deals with free shipping.
Largest event which set to go live on July 16 in 17 countries, Prime day sale will be exclusive to amazon Prime member.
Now its fourth year, Prime Dy has become a buzzy sales event the e-commerce giant can use to pump up revenue during the typical slow summer season. From the last two year Amazon broke its single day record on Prime day- though fro the fast growing retailer that record is usually shalleres yet again on Black Friday or Cyber Monday later in the year.
Prime Day What’s on the offer?
Under the prime Day sale, Mobile and accessories will be available at upto 40% discount while electronics and home appliance will be offered at upto 50% off. For Home and outdoor product will be up for grabs with up to 70% off while fashion and accessories will be available at 50 to 80% discount. Also launched 200 new products.
Buyer should also look out for the Flash Sales, Cashback offers and discounts, so this is the time for Amazon Prime membership costs Rs 999 annually and offers unlimited free deliveries, Access to Prime Music, Prime Video and early bird offer/sales.
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