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Monday September 28, 2020

Finally, the “Amazon Prime” sale will start on October 13th

Amazon has finally announced the date of the big “Amazon Prime” sale on October 13 and 14, as the company said that the two days of the event will cover more than a million deals for each category of products for brands such as Panasonic, Roborock, Keurig, Under Armor, Coleman, Adidas, Lacoste, Marvel, Ticwatch and others. Lots.

The company explained that from today until October 12, Prime service subscribers – who are designated for the event – will receive a $ 10 credit to be used in the event For their $ 10 purchase of Small Business Owners on the e-commerce platform; In her endeavor to support them and strengthen their presence.

Amazon also pledged to allocate $ 100 million to support the small business sector during the Amazon Prime event, holidays and holidays, which witness a high demand for purchases through digital sales channels in which the company constitutes the largest weight among competitors.

It used to be that he attended the Amazon Prime event in July, but the Corona pandemic that struck the world and had a major impact on the global economy and the delay in the production wheel led to the postponement of the event more than once during the last period; Today’s announcement of his late arrival in October.

The event is a huge revenue pump for a company, during which last year its sales reached $ 6 billion, according to statistics

It is worth noting that the company provides great discounts on its own products during the event, which makes waiting for it an opportunity for those who wish to purchase one of Amazon’s useful products at an affordable price, whether from home aid or tablets to electronic books and others.

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