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When Is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

When Is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

All you need to know about this year's Amazon Prime Day

In just a few weeks time, Amazon will be preparing their virtual shelves ready for its biggest day of the year.

The seventh Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner and it's set to be bigger than Black Friday.

Whether its a Kindle, Roomba, IMDbPro subscription, or even some more toilet paper, Amazon has deals on anything you could think of on Amazon Prime Day 2022. 

What Is Amazon Prime Day? 

Inaugurated in 2015 to celebrate 20 years of the company, Amazon Prime Day brings big savings to the customers across 20 countries.

It is a (despite the name) multi-day shopping event accessible for those with an Amazon Prime subscription. 

Each year it has grown bigger in size, with added hours for customers to shop discounts and more sales being made across its seven-year history.

Whilst showcasing big names, the retailer claims it is the biggest day of the year for third party businesses that sell with the online shopping platform. 

When Is Amazon Prime Day 2022? 

Amazon Prime Day 2022 will be held on 12-13th July 2022. Despite being just over two weeks away, shoppers can already snag some good deals and prep their carts to make the most out of the event. 

The Best Early Deals Ahead Of Amazon Prime Day 2022

Because of the increased traffic to the site, make a plan and know what you want to buy on the day to save time and grab some deals before they’re sold out.

Some of products already have their Amazon Prime Day discount price published, so shoppers can now add things to their cart and plan what they want to save on. 

Amazon has already shared what of its own products will be included in the event, including Wondery+ subscriptions and Fire TV Smart TVs.

Looking back at previous Amazon Prime Day events, big-brand names including Playstation and LG also tend to cut their prices, so have a look at what’s on the site and set deal alerts for your favorited items.

Another great tip is to look into small and local businesses selling on the site.

It's always great to shop small, but this sometimes means prices are a little steeper as they makes less profit than the big players, so savings on these products will be even more valuable.

Look out for the Small Business Badge across the site to support small business owners this Amazon Prime Day.

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Topics: Amazon Prime, Amazon Prime Day, Amazon, Shopping