Amazon Prime Day: when does it start and when does it end?

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Over the past several years, Amazon has grown rapidly to dominate the online shopping industry, but its members-only Prime Day event is now facing quite a bit of competition as other retailers continue to announce their own sales scheduled for the same days.

Prime Day is Amazon's flagship event exclusively for Prime members that offers new product launches, best deals, blockbuster video titles, celebrity curated music playlists, and more. If you're just looking to get in on Prime Day deals, Amazon offers a free 30-day trial to all customers upon their first sign-up, so that's one way to go.

When does Prime Day end?

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For instance, the fittings of a dress can be viewed on a 360-degree hologram, intricate jewelery can be examined, the inside of a fridge can be observed by opening the door, and much more.

VR Experience Zones are open to all visitors, free of charge. And this year, it runs a full 48 hours July 15-16. At the Experience Zones, customers can also take selfies against the Prime Day wall, share their experiences on social media by tagging #AmazonPrimeDay & #DiscoverTheJoyOfMore and can win exciting prizes. We wanted a way to showcase hundreds of exclusive launches and bring them closer to customers.

Amazon will launch 1000+ new products in honor of its Prime Day celebration by having partnered with popular brands including JBL, Sennheiser, Intel, Samsung, LG, Whirlpool, UCB, Marks & Spencer, Kate Spade, Mothercare, Nestle and many more. To redeem your $10 credit, make sure to show your cashier the homepage of the Amazon App on your smartphone so they can verify your Prime status.

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