Amazon Prime Day will reportedly start on October 13th

Joanna Estrada
September 23, 2020

Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum on Walmart launching a subscription service, Amazon getting into the luxury market, Hobby Lobby raising employee wages and Taco Bell coming out with a wine. That gives about two weeks between the announcements and Prime Day, which would mean we could see some significant discounts on the new hardware right after it becomes available.

According to the report, Amazon has blacked out vacation dates for warehouse workers from October 13 through October 20 in an effort to keep shipments on track. Amazon has not officially confirmed anything.

"Stay tuned for more details on Prime Day". Typically, Amazon Prime Day takes place in July, but this year, due to obvious reasons, the sale was reportedly delayed for October. They added that customers can ask their Alexa devices to keep them updated on the status of the annual shopping event. But while it has yet to announce the dates for Prime Day 2020 in the United States, Tamebay, a news resource for Amazon Marketplace sellers reports rumors that the deal-packed 2 days are scheduled for October.

This year, Amazon chose to hold off on the midsummer special savings in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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