The 36-hour Prime Day sale will start 12 noon on July 16 and run through the midnight of July 17 (11.59 pm).
Amazon Prime Day Sale - How To Participate?
Formula 1 (F1) recently launched its over the top (OTT) platform F1 TV and is now planning to hop on Amazon Prime. So, what is Prime Day and how can you get involved?
As mentioned above, first of all you need to have a prime membership.
How to get your $10 in free Amazon credit?
In addition, Prime members will be able to save even more on their Whole Foods purchase with a bunch of exclusive discounts, like two for $5 organic strawberries, 30% off vitamins and supplements, BOGO Honeynut Cheerios, and more. To take advantage of the savings, you must be a Prime member; if you're not, sign up now. But Prime Day will include a number of gadget deals.
Today's deal comes from Amazon's Music Unlimited music streaming service - offering the biggest catalog music library in Australia. This offer is in addition to the recently launched Amazon devices selection of Fire TV sticks, Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite (WiFI), Echo Dot and Echo on Prime Now.
Along with music, there are also plenty of other deals that are live right now and here are all the best offers. This is the second time, Amazon is organising a Prime day sale in India.
Apart from HDFC Bank card and Amazon Pay Balance offer, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come with a special Rs 10,000 extra off on an exchange. A year ago customers in 13 counties could participate. Alternatively, when you absolutely need the product there and then, you can use Amazon's Prime Now service to receive your order as quickly as one hour after placing it.
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