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Amazon Prime Day 2021: official dates revealed



Amazon Prime Day 2021: official dates revealed


Prime Day 2021 is scheduled for 21 and 22 June. Amazon relaunches its annual event which, as usual, will provide Amazon Prime customers with a large number of offers and promotions to take advantage of. In fact, there are offers on over 2 million products globally. Amazon also announced that there will be over 1 million small and medium-sized business products among its Prime Day 2021 offerings.

Prime Day 2021 returns on June 21st and 22nd

Amazon is preparing to kick off the summer with two days of unmissable offers for i Amazon Prime customers. The new Prime Day 2021 it is, in fact, programmed for the 21 and 22 June. The initiative will involve over two million offers in the different categories available on Amazon.

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The event will be international and will involve Prime customers from all over the world. The initiative is scheduled in the United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Spain, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, the Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Brazil, Belgium, Austria, Australia.

There will also be promotions on Prime Video, Amazon Music and Prime Gaming. Note that Prime customers who spend at least € 10 on a selection of small and medium-sized products will receive a promotional voucher of 10 euros to be used during the two-day Prime Day discount.

Amazon’s comment

Jamil Ghani, vice president of Amazon Prime, comments: “Prime Day celebrates Prime customers, so we are thrilled to offer great offers and thus allow them to save on the best brands, on the most interesting items of the moment or on products of small and medium-sized businesses. Since launching in 2015, Prime Day has promoted a new way to shop, buy gifts, watch movies and TV series and even dance, and we are proud to carry on this tradition. “