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Mark your calendars: Amazon sets dates for Prime Day 2020

Even though this year has been less than stable, Amazon has come to the rescue and finally announced a date for this year’s Prime Day.

October 13 and 14 are the dates chosen for Prime Day 2020. Remember to mark your calendars and set up your payment info.

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There were some leaks at the beginning of the month around the date. Now, Amazon has confirmed the official dates for the American version of Prime Day 2020, which will be available in other territories as well.

This is one of Amazon’s most exciting annual sales. Prime day gives subscribers the opportunity to use their Prime membership and save great amounts of money while buying their favorite products. Even though this is aimed at existing subscribers, whoever signs up for the 30-Day free trial for Prime can also take part on this sale.

Also, American consumers can also take part in the Amazon initiative to revitalize small businesses all across the country. This way, consumers will be able to get up to $10 USD in Amazon credit when purchasing at select small business partners.

Amazon continues to promote one of their best sales in the year, and with online shopping being a necessity in 2020, it will be exciting to see what they have in store for October 13 and 14.

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