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Amazon Prime Day starts tomorrow — here's what you need to know

October 12, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Amazon Prime Day 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 is nearly here.

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

This button is only available on Amazon’s mobile app, so you should be sure to scroll through and subscribe to deals on all the products you’re hoping to snap up at a discount on Prime Day to make sure you don’t miss them.

There are, however, a few Prime Day deals that are available now: Prime members can receive 50% off a new six-month Kindle Unlimited membership; save $50 on Audible’s annual plan, including 12 credits to use upfront on any title including new releases and bestsellers; and get $15 off their first order of $50 on Amazon Fresh.

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.

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