Amazon announces Prime Day 2018: Brace yourselves for millions of deals!

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Amazon's Prime Day deals are coming to the aisles of Whole Foods as the online retailer seeks to lure more people to its Prime membership after a recent price hike. It turns out the information was accurate, as Amazon just confirmed its monster shopping event.

Ahead of Prime Day itself, larger-than-life Amazon Smile boxes will make their way across land and sea for delivery to major cities around the world including NY, L.A., Tokyo, Milan and London, promising to "unbox" exclusive entertainment experiences for Prime members and the general public. Prime Day will extend to Amazon's physical stores, with sales at Whole Foods and Amazon Books locations in the US.

You'll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of this deal and all the other deals due to land on Prime Day itself.

Amazon's today announced that its annual online shopping event Prime Day will start this year on July 16 at 12pm PT/3pm ET and will run through July 17. Amazon even let you start with a 30-day free trial and offer flexible payment plans after that; £7.99 on a monthly basis (with a flexible cancellation policy) or £79.99 upfront annual fee.

Australia, Singapore, Netherlands and Luxembourg will join the other countries hosting Prime Day this year, which includes the U.S., U.K., Spain, Mexico, Japan, India, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium and Austria.

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"They want Prime to be a must-have membership", says Suzanne Tager, who heads Bain & Co.'s retail and consumer products practices. The Prime Sale will be a big event for the e-commerce giant since previously Amazon has registered record-breaking numbers on Prime Sales in previous years.

Are you looking forward to Amazon's Prime Day to make a purchase you've been wanting to since long?

Amazon India is said to have sold over a million products during last year's Prime Day sale, which was its first in India after launching Prime services in 2016 in the country. Its members also spend more on the site than non-members. Naturally, you can use your Alexa smart speakers like the Echo Dot or Echo Show to request tunes too.

Prime Video - Prime members can get up to 50% off great movies and TV to rent or buy on Prime Video from 3rd to 17th July, including Spiderman Homecoming, Baywatch, Despicable Me 3, Handmaid's Tale, Suits and Line of Duty.

Kindle Unlimited and eBooks - Prime members who haven't yet tried Kindle Unlimited will have access to three months of unlimited reading for just $0.99.

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