Patiently waiting for Amazon Prime Day 2020? Us too. Since this mega sale usually falls in July, we're hoping to hear of a new date quite soon. But, before then, let's get down to the basics of what you need to do and know ahead of this event. The first thing being that you need to be a Prime member to shop Amazon Prime Day deals.
Amazon Prime Day is Amazon's largest shopping event of the year (sorry, Black Friday) and it can only be taken advantage of by Prime members. If you don't want to get yourself into a $12.99 per month contract – that's $119 per year – then be sure to opt into Amazon's 30-day free trial (once we know the date of Prime Day 2020) and don't forget to cancel it before it automatically renews and charges you. This is the only way to shop Prime Day deals without being a Prime member, and you can only use this free trial if you are a new customer. See more details below.
Amazon Prime US free trial
Usually $12.99 per month, Prime US offers customers exactly the same benefits as Prime UK, and they offer shoppers the chance to claim a free 30-day trial too. Prime Day deals without the price tag...View Deal
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