Amazon Big Style Sale event possibly starting Monday, June 22
Posted June 2, 2020 8:04 p.m. EDT
Updated June 22, 2020 6:08 a.m. EDT
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The Big Style Sale event is live as of Monday, June 22 at Amazon.com HERE with huge discounts on fashion including top designer clothing & footwear brands, handbags, watches, luggage, Levi's, Adidas, Calvin Klein, L. Crew, Eddie Bauer, Cole Haan, Lucky Brand clothing, Rebecca Minkoff bags, Ray-Ban, Puma, Sketchers and much more!
Make sure you look through the brands you are interested in because there are discounts that are much larger than the advertised amounts.
Amazon is planning a Big Style Sale event that may be starting on Monday, June 22 and lasting for 7 to 10 days!
According to an article from CNBC on June 2, a notice sent to specific Amazon sellers has invited them to participate in the “Fashion Summer Sale Event.” Sellers were asked to submit deals that offer a discount of at least 30%.
The statement viewed by CNBC also shares that this event is being held "to drive excitement and jump-start sales.”
In April, Reuters reported that Amazon may be postponing the annual Prime Day due to coronavirus. The information was contained in internal meeting notes viewed by Reuters.
According to the notes, Prime Day, which is usually held in July, may be postponed until at least August. In addition, Amazon may take a $100 million loss because of excess Amazon devices they had in stock for the event.
Just this week, Amazon rolled out a huge sale on Amazon devices with discounts of up to 44% off. This sale may be designed to sell off some of those devices originally stockpiled for Prime Day.
This summer sales event would be a good opportunity for sellers to unload the spring products they weren't able to ship due to Amazon restrictions on sending out non-essentials goods.
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