Amazon Prime Day, the online retailer’s huge annual shopping event may be postponed this summer. While Amazon has yet to officially announce a Prime Day date, The Amazon Prime Day 2020 will likely be postponed until at least August.
Amazon and its workers have been leading the charge in supplying essential goods to consumers during the pandemic. With the current dependency on online shopping due to quarantine, the eCommerce giant temporarily paused the shipping of non-essential products to handle the influx of orders. Now that the ban is lifted, the company is expected to shift its focus toward Amazon Prime Day 2020.
Traditionally, Prime Day is one of the biggest retail holidays of the year. This offers Prime members exclusive access to sitewide deals on everything from Fire Tablets to laptops. Prime Day shoppers can expect to see even bigger savings his year. Amazon purportedly has excess devices that may be sold at discounted price to clear its inventory.
In the meantime, we’re recapping last year’s best Prime Day deals along with the Prime Day deals we want to see later this summer. In fact, Jeff Bezos and company still may not have decided when to launch Prime Day internally. Amazon is likely waiting on the same data regarding new Covid-19 infection rates and consumer confidence that we’re all waiting on.