Starting at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT, Amazon is offering over 1 million deals to Prime members across 17 countries, including the U.S., U.K., Germany, France, China, Australia and Singapore.
Prime Day has become one of the most important sales days of the year for Amazon- and this year, it wants to milk every last bit of it. With an increased number of Prime members this year, the sale is expected to be even bigger and better than last year.
If you're a student, you're in luck, because Amazon is offering you a free six-month Amazon Prime trial.
Note that there are several deals today that are only for Prime members, but you can start your free 30-day Amazon Prime trial now and be ready for Prime Day next week. If it's just for Prime Day, you can subscribe to a Rs 129 monthly package if not willing to pay for whole year.
If previous year was successful for Amazon Prime Day, we expect it to be even more extravagant this time around.
If you are a Prime member and spend $10 at the store between now and July 17, you'll get a $10 credit to use during Prime Day, according to CNN Money.
"Prime members in India can enjoy over 200 exclusive product launches, thousands of deals at the lowest prices of the year and blockbuster entertainment launches on Prime Video and Amazon PrimeMusic", said Amit Agarwal, senior vice-president and country manager, Amazon India. Unless Amazon decides to do things radically differently this time, there will be full day deals, lightening deals and deals on limited units. From an 80-minute charge you can get up to 10 minutes of flying time, and the main unit packs down to a portable 122x94x57mm.
You know the Amazon brand when you need anything from a computer case to paper shredder to an iPhone charger, those will be up to 30 percent off. Right now, new sign-ups can also receive $10 off their first Prime Day purchase. There's a good chance that spammers and scammers will latch on to Prime Day much as they have with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so be wary of unsolicited emails or links to deals on social media no matter how legitimate they look: anything asking for card details or login details is a scam.