With an additional six hours for consumers around the world to be shopping, Prime Day is poised to smash its own personal record.
Amazon Prime Day is almost here: it starts at midday on Monday 16 July and runs until midnight on Tuesday 17 July, and we're expecting some excellent deals on TVs, laptops, kitchen appliances, vacuum cleaners, mattresses and much more. Users will reap the bonanza of blowout deals starting at 3 p.m. on July 16. In one, mountain biker Micayla Gatto navigates a series of jumps as text reads, "When you wanna go big, get the best price". It now costs $119.99, but will be $40 off on Monday! EBay is offering more than 100 deals priced at $119-the same price of an annual membership for Amazon Prime-and touting the fact that its products don't require a membership. EBay spent $555.9 million on US advertising in 2017, 8 percent more than 2016, according to Ad Age's Datacenter, which also found that the company doubled its measured media spend to $102.2 million over the same period.
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The Amazon Priem Day 2018 sale has come up with interesting deals and offers on several smartphones.
Until then, here's everything you need to know about the day to optimize your purchasing time.
Amazon will also be offering up to 30 percent off furniture brands like Rivet and Stone & Beam, so buy your sofa and couches now! So grab it now at $129.99.
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You can get three months of Kindle Unlimited for $1, when it usually costs $10.
In past years, Amazon's Prime Day has proven to be a revenue driver for many small and medium-sized businesses that take part in the event.
Other ways to save:An Amazon Echo sits in a living room in an undated marketing image from Amazon. In the past, Echo Dots and items that work with Alexa have been as much as 40 percent off. More bargains are expected with the Whole Foods brand added to the mix for the first time.