Amazon is not the only major retailer planning a wholesale sale on July 15 and 16. [Tuesday] Target announced plans for Deal Days – scheduled for the same dates as Prime Day, but with "no membership required".
Buyers on Target.com will find deals on "rare, exclusive home, clothing and toy brands, discounts on hundreds of thousands of items and new offerings," Target said in its announcement.
Like Amazon Prime, Target ships on the same day, but customers who spend at least $ 35 or use Target's REDcard can only send for free for two days, and Target.com will start shipping this month Same day shipment via Shipt for $ 9.99, stating that orders can reach customers "in an hour."
Target customers can also shop online and pick up their orders the same day Use target app to bring employee orders to the parking lot.
This is not the first time Target plans to sell on Amazon Prime Day Both the Target and Amazon Prime Day one-day sales fell on July 1
"Target.com's one-day sale last year was one of our biggest days of the year for online sales," said Mark Tritton, Target's executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, in an online statement , "This year we are offering more discounts to our guests in even more parts of our range within two days to save hundreds of thousands of items and offer the best retail options for delivery and pickup on their terms, including same day."
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For Amazon, Prime Day is the biggest shopping event of the year. The online retail giant announced that the 36-hour event generated more revenue last year than any Black Friday, Cyber Monday or previous Prime Day. They seem to be getting bigger this year with a 48-hour prime-day event.