Leak reveals 2018 Amazon Prime Day might start on July 16

Leak reveals 2018 Amazon Prime Day might start on July 16

Leak reveals 2018 Amazon Prime Day might start on July 16

That's according to a Prime Day banner accidentally published on Amazon's United Kingdom site and discovered by TechRadar before being pulled. If their deal meets stock and pricing criteria, it may be featured by Amazon.

For a quick recap, you can check out CNET's guide on everything you need to know about Prime Day. Furthermore, the prime subscription members get exclusive access to offers and deals during the Amazon sale days. At its most recent investor call, Amazon chief financial officer Brian Olsavsky said that Prime membership in India had even surpassed that of the USA in the first year of the launch. You can go with the monthly plan if you are not sure about continuing the plan, as it offers you a chance to opt out after the monthly subscription gets over. It's basically Black Friday but, inexplicably, even bigger. Pocket-lint will be trawling Amazon's pages throughout the deals period to help find the best deals available to save you the hassle. Your prior search history determines a great deal of the content you will see. Just like in previous years keep following BGR to get an early jump on the best Prime Day deals, as well as similar sales from competing online retailers. In addition to choosing the frequency of the box, parents can also skip a box whenever they want and choose from a selection of four alternative books if they don't want one of the books that Amazon selects for their box by default. It looks like Amazon is going to beat that this year, and is also deviating from scheduling Prime Day on the second Tuesday in July.

Tech Radar also made a pretty good point that it may have something to do with the World Cup schedule, which makes a lot of sense to me.

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Matt Granite is a freelance consumer reporter who produces stories and video for this Station, Amazon Live and others.

The US-based retail giant added its music streaming service-Prime Music-to its subscription package, with no additional charges, in February this year.

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