Prime Day is basically Amazon's version of Black Friday.
ZDNet has detailed Amazon's every move for years, including its incredible growth and negative impact on retail as a whole. Doom and gloom aside, one of the more fun aspects of the company is its annual fire-sale event. Pitched as Amazon's "holiday of savings," it gives Black Friday a run for its money -- while also likely making Walmart and other rivals wince with jealousy.
Here's everything we know about Prime Day 2021.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015 by introducing a full day of sales on Amazon.com. The company offered deep discounts on Amazon-branded products as well as tens
When is Prime Day 2021?
Amazon has officially revealed Prime Day 2021 will run from Monday, June 21 to Tuesday, J
Where will Prime Day 2021 be available?
Prime Day is available to Prime members in the US, UK, UAE, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, Turkey, and Brazil. Anyone can
What can you expect from Prime Day 2021?
There will be thousands of deals this year -- on not only Amazon's own devices, such as the Amazon Echo, but also products across a range of categories, including business tech goodies. We anticipate deep cuts on Fire TVs, Fire tablets, Kindle e-reader
What are the best Prime Day 2021 deals?
ZDNet plans to once again publish round-ups of all the best deals on Amazon by category, including "anti-Prime Day" deals from rival retailers. Here are some of the best early deals:
Can anyone shop Prime Day 2021?
Prime Day, naturally, is aimed at Amazon Prime subscribers. The service costs $119 per year (or $12.99 per month), but students get half off and there's a 30-day free trial. Prime gives Amazon shoppers a few distinct advantages, including free one- or