Amazon Prime Day 2020 possibly scheduled for October 13

Amazon Prime Day is possibly scheduled for October 13, according to a new report.

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Amazon Prime Day is possibly scheduled for October 13, according to

Prime Day, which is usually held in July, was postponed this year due to the pandemic.

The CNET article, published on Sept. 22, indicates that Amazon has blacked out vacation for full-time warehouse workers from Oct. 13 through Oct. 20.

At this time, Amazon has not confirmed a date for the event.

According to the Prime Day 2020 landing page on, "Prime Day is an annual deal event exclusively for Prime members, delivering two days of special savings on tons of items. Prime Day 2020 dates for the United States have not been announced yet."

Prime Day started back in 2015 and offers huge discounts in every category. The timing this year will be perfect for shoppers who want to get a head start on their holiday shopping, especially since many people are avoiding in-store shopping.

In order to take advantage of the Prime Day deals, you need to have an Amazon Prime membership. The regular cost is $119 per year or $12.99 per month. See all the details at HERE.
If you are a student, you'll get a 6-month FREE trial of Amazon Prime. You can cancel at anytime, so once the free trial is over, if you don't want to continue with a paid membership, you can cancel. See all the details and sign up information at HERE when you click on "Are you a student?" After the free trial ends, students can continue with a half-price membership.


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