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Amazon confirms the dates of Prime Day 2020

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Amazon confirms the dates of Prime Day 2020

Amazon confirms the dates of Prime Day 2020

Amazon's Summer Prime Day was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, delaying the company's premier sales event until later in the year. Today, Amazon has confirmed that 2020's Prime Day will be hosted between October 13th and 14th, when Amazon Prime members can expect to access a large range of products with heavily reduced prices.   

In the UK and US, Amazon hopes to assist local businesses by allowing those who spend more than £10 /$10 on items from selected local businesses to receive a free £10/$10 credit to spend during Prime Day. Amazon is also offering its Prime members early deals on some Amazon-branded products. 

Amazon's Prime Day deals will become available at 00:01 AM on Tuesday, October 13th, and will end 48 hours later at 23:59 on October 14th. As part of Prime Day, Amazon is also offering its users four months of Amazon Music for £0.99 and selected movie rentals for £1.99 for a limited time. 

Those who install Amazon Assistant onto their browsers will also receive a £5 discount on their next purchase that's worth £25 or more. This offer will be available until October 26th. 

More information about Amazon's Prime Day 2020 sale is available here

Amazon confirms the dates of Prime Day 2020  

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28-09-2020, 09:38:00

AlienALX
Hoping for more cheap Bose speakers lol. Fancy another one for the bedroom Quote

29-09-2020, 05:10:47

yassarikhan786
I don't particularly need anything, but I might grab the Chromecast Ultra if it's going for £50 or less. Argos and Curry's don't have it in stock for my area.Quote

29-09-2020, 05:39:33

Warchild
I hate these days from Amazon. So many irresistable deals, yet I cannot support them or purchase anything given how badly they treat their work force. It's one of those "vote with your wallet" kind of stances I will never budge on.Quote

29-09-2020, 06:49:43

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I hate these days from Amazon. So many irresistable deals, yet I cannot support them or purchase anything given how badly they treat their work force. It's one of those "vote with your wallet" kind of stances I will never budge on.
This is rather sad to read about a company, seeing as their CEO and founder is literally the wealthiest person in the world, with a net worth of $175 billion.

Has even and is the first person to do so, surpassed the $200 billion mark a few weeks ago.

Sad that he makes so much money and yet the people on the ground, that makes the company go around, is treated badly.Quote

29-09-2020, 07:22:29

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
This is rather sad to read about a company, seeing as their CEO and founder is literally the wealthiest person in the world, with a net worth of $175 billion.

Has even and is the first person to do so, surpassed the $200 billion mark a few weeks ago.

Sad that he makes so much money and yet the people on the ground, that makes the company go around, is treated badly.
He refused to assist his work force that tested positive for Corona. They had to claim a flimsy check from the gonvernment when he could easily provide them.

My brother worked for amazon before quitting due to depression. You are not allowed any phones/earphones/listening devices etc while you work. nothing allowed in your pocket. Toilet break is 10mins, and often the toilets were a 10min walk one way so you can guess how many breaks people took. Also if you dont fulfill your daily quota, you are gone without a second chance apparently. Their waiting list for people to take your job is so massive they can ship you in and out like the delivery orders you package up.

They also hire with a clause that they can lay you off with no severance regardless how many years you work there.Quote
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