Bargain hunters should definitely keep their eyes peeled for Prime-exclusive deals and discounts on popular gadgets and more coming every day until July 15 and then every single hour for two whole days.More news: FedEx CEO: We can’t be police for US Dept. of Commerce
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Prime members in several markets will be able to shop Prime Day deals, including the United States, UK, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia and United Arab Emirates, with that last country being a new addition to Prime Day sales. By the looks of it, the company is most likely to launch a new variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro, instead of launching an all-new smartphone. Don't worry, though. We've set up a Prime Day Hub, which will be updating constantly during the event. These products include new headphones, earphones, and budget smartphones.
You'll have to grab yourself an Amazon Prime membership if you don't have one in order to take advantage of the deals, so this is the flawless time to start a 30-day free trial. Unlimited reward points will be offered to buyers if the purchase is made by Amazon Pay ICICI Bank Credit Card, no Cost EMI option on credit cards, debit cards and Bajaj Finserv EMI cards. Amazon basically rules the internet for a day. The online retail giant is also promising "rockbottom" prices on over 5,000 electronics products during its Prime Day sale this year. You can ask Alexa for deals during the event or visit the Prime Day portal, where you can also sign up to be a member, for more details. The sale will also include discounts on books, toys, and gaming consoles.