Amazon’s flagship event – Prime Day Sale – will run across 17 countries that offer Amazon Prime services. This makes the shopping holiday a bigger draw for the early adopter consumer segment, and also showcases new Amazon-enhanced products, including a Delta kitchen faucet equipped with the Alexa voice assistant. Originally listed for Rs 4,499, the Amazon Echo Dot will be available at a price of Rs 3,699 during the sale.
On Monday, Amazon will offer the Kindle Paperwhite for , and its Blink XT1 Home Security Camera system for (it’s typically $130). The sale will include discounts on headphones, hard disks, laptops, printers, tablets, and smartwatches. You can make use of the cash back to buy items for that particular month during Super Value Day or any other deal. In the entertainment department, there is a cashback offer of Rs. 150 on Bookmyshow, Domino’s, Cleartrip, and Fasoos. A lot (if not most) of these offers will be Lightning Deals, which are typically only available for a limited time period or until they sell out, something that can and will happen very quickly.
According to Honor’s announcement, Honor View 10 smartphone will be available at Rs 29,999, along with 10 percent instant discount on using HDFC Bank cards and No Cost EMI. Amazon is basically paying you to have a more convenient online shopping experience, so you can splurge on your pooch with a little extra cash on Prime Day.
July 13: Up to 30% off women’s intimates and sleepwear and up to 50% off Calvin Klein accessories, shoes and fragrance. It might be on sale for that price or even lower on Prime Day.
But keep in mind that you won’t get the free membership if you’re already an Amazon Prime user. Over 100 million Prime members around the world enjoy the many benefits of Prime. The introductory price is $4.99 per month, but you can now get a free one-month trial of the service. What kinds of doggy deals can Prime members expect? A Samsung computer screen I have my eyes on was selling for around $200 this time past year and is now $150.
Last year, we launched 30-odd new products.
In order to offset the negative effect Prime Day has on in-store visits, many retailers have been offering online-only deals in an attempt to capture some of Amazon’s clicks.