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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Everything we know so far | CNN Underscored

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 was delayed for months this year, but finally, the retailer's biggest sale event seems to be on the horizon. Of course, it's never too early to start preparing — and writing up your wish list for the big sale.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 was delayed for months this year, but finally, the retailer’s biggest sale event seems to be on the horizon.

Read on for what we know about Prime Day 2020 so far, and everything you can do now to make sure you’re ready when prices finally drop.

Prime Day is Amazon’s annual sale event exclusively for Prime members.

Amazon has yet to announce specific dates for Prime Day. Last year, Prime Day spanned two days, and Amazon has confirmed that the event this year will also last for two days.

In past years, Prime Day took place in July, but the sale was delayed this year due to the pandemic.

At the end of July, Amazon said that Prime Day would still take place this year, and the sale is rumored to be scheduled for October.

This timing makes sense, considering Amazon typically hosts major Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale events in November, ahead of the holiday season.

First things first: Make sure you actually have an Amazon Prime membership.

Many of Prime Day’s best deals, including Lightning Deals (we’ll get to that in a second), are only available to Prime members.

Amazon hasn’t officially announced any specific deals, but last year, we saw savings that ran the gamut from electronics and major appliances to small household items.

Look out for deals on Amazon devices, including Fire tablets and TV streaming sticks, Echo smart speakers and Kindles.

You’ll want to bookmark Amazon’s deal page, where all the items included in the sale should appear.

Be sure to check early and often on the big day; Prime Day deals are known to sell out quickly, and new deals will likely be added throughout the sale event.

And don’t forget: Amazon Prime Day isn’t the only big sale to look out for.

On Amazon Prime Day (and every other day of the year), we’ll be highlighting the best deals around the clock that you won’t want to miss.

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