AMAZON will be slashing the prices of thousands of items for its annual Prime Day – and the event is now in full swing. It’s been dubbed the online giant’s version of Black Friday, so what’s all the fuss about? What is Amazon Prime Day 2018? Prime Day is a one-day-only global shopping event – with Amazon bosses promising “thousands of amazing deals worldwide”. The event is an annual celebration of Amazon’s anniversary. In news which might make you feel old, the online retailer has now been going for 22 years. Amazon ran its first Prime Day in 2015, for its 20th anniversary, and it was so successful that the company decided to make it an annual affair. Unlike Black Friday, all the deals are online – so thankfully there’s no chance of a brawl breaking out. When is Amazon Prime Day 2018? This year Amazon Prime Day will start at midday July 16 for “an epic day (and a half) of our best deals”. For those who’ve been eagerly anticipating nabbing a bargain, Amazon will be rolling out deals for a whole week before Prime Day – to build excitement for the main event. SLAP CASH DECISION New ATM… Read full this story
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