The Amazon Prime Day is finally on the program.
October 13th is the date, according to CNET and other multiple reports.
Amazon declined to confirm the date to FOX Business, but a spokesperson made the following statement.
“Stay tuned for more details on Prime Day. Customers can also say, “Alexa, keep me updated on Prime Day.”
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The shopping day with numerous offers usually takes place in July but has been sunk due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s also the company’s biggest sales day of the year, beating Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, according to the company.
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In 2019, the e-commerce giant grossed over $ 7 billion over a period of around 48 hours, according to Statista.
The company also uses the event to attract new customers. “Amazon accepted more new Prime members on July 15th than any other day and almost as many on July 16th. These are the two biggest days that members have ever signed up,” the company announced last year .
Amazon’s shares are up 66% so far this year.
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