Here’s Everything You Need To Know For Amazon Prime Day
Starting at noon on Monday, July 16 and ending at midnight on Tuesday, July 17, Amazon Prime will hold the only global shopping event exclusively for Prime members. There are more than 1-million deals available, and deals have expanded to many countries around the world. Also known Black Friday in July, some Prime Day deals are already available. If you aren’t a member, rates to join were raised in May to $119 a year. First-time customers of Amazon’s Prime Now delivery service will get $10 off their first order, plus $10 off on a future order. Prime currently has more than 100 million members.
Amazon bought the Whole Foods chain last year for $13.7 billion, so members already get discounts at Whole Foods Stores year-round. For Prime Day, check out the “select deals” at Whole Food stores. If you have an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card, you will get 10% cash back when you buy up to $400 from July 14-July 17, plus a $10 credit to use when you spend $10 or more at Whole Foods between July 11-17.
Some of the deals that are already available are $40 off Amazon Fire tablets and smart locks with cloud camera bundled to save you $70, and there is a $40 discount on the popular Kindle Paperwrite e-reader. There will be special discounts on Alexa-enabled products like Echo and Fire TV, 25% off furniture and home décor from Rivet and Stone & Beam, 20% off AmazonBasics, as well as discounts on personal care items, home security, baby lines, and more.
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