4 June 2021

Amazon Announced Prime Day 2021 for June 21 and June 22

Okay, this might not have the allure of a Jimmy Choo sample sale, but still, it’s a great sale, so you have to go prepared, because you are a bargain connoisseur and a deal is a deal, no matter where you find it. Looking at past events we expect to see great discounts on most Amazon devices. Should you need an Echo, a Kindle, or even a TV, exercise patience, and we predict you will save a lot of money on Amazon Prime Day. To take full advantage of the sale make sure you:

– Are a current Amazon Prime subscriber-only prime subscribers enjoy the discounts

– Know what you need and know what you expect to find.

– Have downloaded Amazon app on your phone

– Read the fine print before the event, see how you can qualify to collect bonus credits

Happy Shopping!

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Posted by Mirela Gluck at 01:25 AM
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27 June 2019
Alexa, play the Prime Day Concert playlist.

Amazon announced that Taylor Swift will headline the Prime Day Concert on July 10, 2019, streaming live on Prime Video at 9 p.m. and that the Prime Day will be July 15 and 16 this year. The "parade of epic sales" will give members access to over one million deals globally.

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Posted by Staff Writer at 12:48 PM
A SHOPPING , News: Fashion, Beauty and Retail , Shopping News |

31 January 2019

My old winter coat was a joke. I bought it on sale at a discount department store five years ago for around $70, and it has never really done what a winter coat is supposed to do. The wind whipped through it. The shell soaked up snow. The thin feather insulation constantly poked out.

Posted by Staff Writer at 06:51 AM
News: Fashion, Beauty and Retail |

23 April 2018

Amazon edging closer to No. 1 in US apparel

After taking another 1.5% of market share in U.S. apparel sales last year, Amazon is edging closer to becoming the nation’s top apparel retailer, according to a note from Morgan Stanley cited by CNBC. Department stores, in particular Sears Holdings and Macy’s, appear to be bearing the brunt of Amazon’s rise.

Posted by Staff Writer at 12:56 AM
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