Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

Your Super-Quick Guide To Amazon Prime Day

Your Super-Quick Guide To Amazon Prime Day

There are plenty of Whole Foods deals that are coming to your laptop, smart devices and physical stores on Amazon Prime Day (NASDAQ:AMZN), including discounts on fruits, meats, vegetables and more.

Not to mention Ariana Grande and other artists will be performing today at 8 p.m.to celebrate some secret "unboxing" event, where more deals can be expected to be announced.

Other events are taking place in London, Tokyo, and Milan over the weekend, in advance of Prime Day on Monday, July 16.

Amazon's massive annual sales extravaganza, Prime Day, is about a week away, and at least one of the company's rivals is in attack mode. The fourth annual Prime Day will last 36 hours, which is a steady increase from 30 hours previous year and 24 hours in 2016 and 2015. The games are yours to keep forever, even if you cancel your Prime membership before your first payment is due.

Access to top global deals: For the first time, Prime members in India will have access to hundreds of top worldwide Prime Day deals. If it's just for Prime Day, you can subscribe to a Rs 129 monthly package if not willing to pay for whole year. The new discounts include shipping and span categories including electronics, fashion and sports. On Prime Day, the company will launch a two-hour express delivery service on the back of "I Have Space" warehouses.

Once Prime Day gets properly started on July 16th, we'll be sure to let you know the best deals - and the geekiest ones - that we spot. As usual, Prime Day sales items will include products from private labels, SMBs and big brands alike.

AMU streaming stands at £9.99 per month, chipped down to £7.99 for Amazon Prime members. It's an ingenious way to get existing Prime members to search for deals, but more importantly, it gets non-Prime members curious about the offerings.

Amazon says that all Prime members who spend at least $10 in one visit to a Whole Foods store between July 11 and 17 will get a $10 credit to spend on Amazon Prime Day 2018. In one, mountain biker Micayla Gatto navigates a series of jumps as text reads, "When you wanna go big, get the best price". There's a good chance that spammers and scammers will latch on to Prime Day much as they have with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so be wary of unsolicited emails or links to deals on social media no matter how legitimate they look: anything asking for card details or login details is a scam.

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