According to a report from Bloomberg News, Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale is likely to kick off on June 21 and 22. After pushing “Christmas in July” back to October in 2020 due to COVID-1
Like Black Friday or any holiday, Amazon Prime Day is a great shopping day. Last year, third-party retailers made nearly $ 3.5 billion from the two-day event alone. In short, you don’t want to miss it.
Bloomberg says a person familiar with the matter leaked Prime Day 2021 data after employees were notified of the event. Remember, this isn’t the first time we’ve heard reports of a Prime Day in June this year, but now it sounds very likely.
Traditionally, Amazon holds the event in July, like the first in 2015, and now it sounds like they’re ahead of schedule and planning to keep the sale by the end of June. This is going to be a huge retail event overall as we’ll see huge deals and discounts from major competitors including Wal-Mart, Best Buy and many more.
Additionally, Bloomberg reports Amazon is pausing Prime Day in Canada and India over concerns about COVID-19. As soon as we hear from Amazon ourselves, we will confirm all the details.