Amazon is planning Prime Day 2: Everything we know about the shopping event

Amazon Prime Day is the largest online retail shopping event. This year it will go on sale on July 12 and 13.

However, according to reports, it will not continue like this. According to CNBC, the shipping giant is planning another day of big discounts and deals this year.

Everything we know about the sales campaign and what are the top 5 deals* with at least 50% off that you shouldn’t miss out on today, you can read it here.

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Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest shopping day of the year. The shipping giant wants to attract new buyers with deep discounts and exciting offers* in all categories. This year, Prime Day begins in July. More precisely: on July 12 and 13. However, according to reports, this year’s shopping event will not remain the same. As CNBC now reports, Amazon is planning another sales campaign.

It is said that Amazon recently started notifying select third party providers. It is not yet clear when the main event will take place. However, the notice encourages retailers to offer limited-time Blitz deals by July 22. The event will obviously take place later this year. The email should state: “The Prime Autumn Deal is an exclusive Prime shopping event in the fourth quarter.”

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Sluggish business: Amazon wants to boost commerce

According to CNBC, Prime Day has lost its relevance. Analysts recently pointed to slowing growth and lower order volumes at online retailers. Reason enough to boost your online business with another shopping campaign. Also, it can help traders to liquidate some of the inventory that has accumulated due to the epidemic and inflation.

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