Amazon Prime Day 2020 is just around the corner, leaving precious time left for you to sign up and enjoy one of the year’s biggest sales.
After the year we’ve all been subjected to, it seemed as though Amazon Prime Day 2020 would never come to pass, but Amazon’s held on to its promise and following a lengthy delay, Prime Day is almost here.
As one of the first true opportunities of the year for tech fans to indulge in some much needed retail therapy, there’s a lot riding on Prime Day 2020. To make sure you’re prepped and ready for the event, we’ve pulled together all the information you need to know including the date for Amazon Prime Day and how to find the best deals once the event begins.
Don’t forget to sign up to Amazon Prime’s 30-day free trial in order to access all of the deals available during this year’s sale.
When is Prime Day 2020?
Following much deliberation, Amazon Prime Day is confirmed to take place October 13th and 14th. That means we’ll be privy to a whole 48-hours of deals, discounts and bargains – the longest Prime Day yet.
Despite having slapped an official date on this year’s proceedings, Amazon has already begun dropping some early Prime Day deals on the website’s official Prime Day hub.
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How can I find the best Prime Day deals?
With Prime Day 2020 being the longest Prime Day sale to date, it’s going to be tougher than ever to wade through the near endless amount of deals that are sure to drop, which is exactly where we come in. Throughout the entire 48-hours of the event, Trusted Reviews will be scouring Amazon for the best Prime Day deals and bringing them directly to you in our Amazon Prime Day 2020 hub.
In order to make sure that our featured deals are legitimate, we’ll be using price tracking tools such as Keepa and Camel Camel Camel to dive into the price history of any given product. This ensures that no matter which deal you go for, you’ll always be getting a true bargain.
Prime Day 2020 vs Black Friday 2020
Every year the Black Friday sales – which rocks both high street and online retailers – falls the day after US Thanksgiving. Unlike Prime Day, Black Friday is not just exclusive to Amazon Prime members, with a ton of retailers throwing their deals into the mix, including the big dogs like Currys PC World, Argos and John Lewis & Partners.
Of course, when Prime Day runs, there are plenty of anti-Prime Day sales going on, bringing excellent prices to undercut and steal away customers from Amazon. When it comes to the two major sales events though, the important thing to note is Amazon is a big player in both, but Amazon has gone on the record to say that its Black Friday deals will never be bested by the ones featured on Prime Day, so if you’re only looking to shop via Amazon, Prime Day is the best time to do so.
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In terms of Prime Day deals, Amazon has announced some of the brands that’ll be offering up deals. These include Philips, Toshiba, Lego, Nintendo, Shark, Samsung, Under Armour, Sony and Le Creuset.
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