Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us!
The expansive e-tailer will drop thousands of discounts across its categories in July for one of the biggest sale events of the year. We have yet to hear about the exact dates and deals, but we’re already prepping for the big day, and based on last year, we have an inkling on what will happen.
In addition to the deals on electronics and beauty products, the site is home to a plethora of clothing and accessories from affordable and designer brands such as Levi’s, Theory, Puma, Milly and more.
Read on for what you need to know about Prime Day so far, and check back as we update you with more information on the sales as we get them.
When Will Prime Day Take Place?
Amazon won’t reveal the dates until a few weeks before, but Prime Day usually takes place in the middle of July. In 2018, the sale started on July 16 to 18 for 36 hours.
Who Can Access the Sales?
Only Prime members can. The sales can be accessed on the site, on mobile, Alexa-compatible devices (e.g. Fire tablet, Echo) and on the Amazon app. For a 30-day free trial of Prime membership, sign up here.
Will There Be Sales Before Prime Day?
Yes, Amazon launched exclusive one-day sales leading up to Prime Day last year, so most likely this will happen again.
It’s also worth looking out for deals from other retailers who release them in tandem with Prime Day. Last year, Target, Nordstrom and Forever 21 all had sales around the same time.
We’ll update you on the discounts as they come, but while you wait, shop of-the-moment deals from Amazon ahead.
Mae Lace Bralette, from $14
Joopin Semi Rimless Sunglasses, $10
Find Paperbag Pants, from $32
Ekouaer Long Sleeve Pajamas, from $29
Lark & Ro Fit and Flare Dress, from $39