Amazon Prime Day set for October 13 and 14 after coronavirus delayed original summer date
Men work at a distribution station in the 855,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center in Staten Island, New York.
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Amazon has finally set a date for this year’s Prime Day after months of coronavirus-related delays.
Prime Day will once again run two days this year, with discounts kicking off at midnight PT on Oct. 13 and lasting through Oct. 14, Amazon announced Monday. Members of Amazon’s Prime subscription program will get access to “over 1 million deals across every category,” including toys, electronics and apparel, the company said.
It had already been speculated that Amazon would hold its marquee shopping event on Oct. 13, after the company sent around an internal notice and blacked out vacation requests for warehouse workers on those dates.
Prime Day, which started in 2015, is typically held in July. The discount …continued .
[Source: CNBC News]