However, the company itself issued a response via email, stating that "Amazon offers already what this outside organization is asking for".
Amazon Prime Day is here, which means it's time to look for deals on those gadgets you've been saving up for.
The biggest retailer in the world's sale starts on Sunday and lasts through Wednesday, offering - similar to Amazon - free two-day shipping orders over $35.
July 15 and 16 officially mark this year's Prime Day (I know, that's two days, not one), so we've got extra time to search for what we want.More news: Jeffrey Epstein: prosecutors accuse financier of witness tampering
If you buy anything from Amazon, you'd be a fool not to be a Prime member. That way, on Amazon Prime Day, you can quickly see if the products you want are on sale or if they're not included in the Prime Day event.
These are good discounts and more will be revealed in the coming hours. We're even teaming up with the deals chasing experts at Thrifter to track down every single darn deal that pops up (even deals that other websites might have to compete!).
It's important, therefore, that you keep checking Amazon's site early and often. I've been a Prime subscriber for many years, and even though Amazon keeps raising the price, it's still an fantastic deal.
To help you prepare for Amazon Prime Day 2019, we've picked up some hints and tips from previous years' sales and will continue to curate the best deals and information for you as the day draws nearer. And in some cases, those discounts are far greater than what you'd get on a major shopping event like Amazon Prime Day.More news: U.S. to hold hearing on French tax investigation Aug. 19
So, while you're looking for the products you want, consider checking out other places to see if their offers are even better.
You can shop Prime Day without even using your hands.
It's the flawless time to grab a bargain on that household product you've been eyeing for weeks or just spoil yourself because you damn well deserve it.More news: Murray/Williams dream team is on as Serena says yes
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