When is Amazon Prime Day 2020? For many Amazon disciples or Amazon prime members, the delay of Amazon Prime Day from it’s usual mid-July schedule to an unknown date has been nothing short of a tragedy. But, fear not, Amazon-heads: it appears that Amazon while admitting that Amazon Prime Day 2020 will be delayed, has eyed a new month to hold Amazon Prime day. COVID-19 has slowed this all down, but it’s not over
So, when and will Amazon Prime Day 2020 happen? Here’s everything you need to know.
When Will Amazon Prime Day 2020 Happen?
It appears that the day — which is really usually a two-day massive event — will happen sometime in October, according to Business Insider. Rumors suggest that it will actually be a four-day event this year, running from October 5 to October 9, a month before other famous internet and shopping deal-days like Cyber Monday and Black Friday. However, the actual Prime Day 2020 will likely only be 48 hours, with some deals going up in the days leading up to the event. If they decide to extend the earth-shattering discounts, that would make sense, considering the mega-online-vendor kills it every year on Prime Day.
Why Is Amazon Prime Day 2020 Delayed?
While Amazon has yet to reveal this for certain, it’s clear that they’re well behind schedule in being able to offer Prime Day deals. This is likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has benefited Amazon as a company but could lead to delays in massive sales events due to already stretched capacity among workers.
What Deals Will Happen On This Amazon Prime Day 2020?
While it’s unclear what products will be on sale this Prime Day, we can only look to the past to consider what great deals might be had on that day. MacBooks, televisions, Fire Sticks, and more are often slashed in price over the 48-hour bonanza called Prime Day. Last year, Instant Pots were discounted, as were Apple products, and other home goods. So keep an eye out for those deals and have fun shopping!