Amazon may have spilled the beans for Prime Day 2018

Ruben Ruiz
June 23, 2018

Amazon Prime Day, the online retailer's big summer sale, will start on July 16, according to a banner that appeared briefly on the Amazon UK website.

Amazon Prime Day is a big day of sales for Amazon Prime members.

We know this as a Prime Day 2018 banner was put up on the Amazon UK website earlier today (see above image), presumably by mistake.

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Previous Prime Days, though, didn't have to compete with the World Cup for people's attention-and the second Tuesday in July will have soccer fans worldwide glued to the set watching the semi-finals. Apart from free one-day and two-day delivery, Prime members also get free scheduled delivery, a free no-rush shipping with a cashback of Rs 15, discounted same-day delivery, exclusive deals, unlimited access to video streaming via Prime Video and an ad-free access to playlists via Prime Music. Cord Cutters News will have a special Prime Day Newsletter to full of all the best Amazon Prime Day deals. Not only that it says this year Prime day will run for 36 hours. Eastern and ended at midnight Pacific time, Prime Day 2018 is expected to start midday on July 16th and end on July 17th at midnight, closing out 39 straight hours of sales in the United States.

While the dates listed above were for Prime Day in the United Kingdom, the experts at TechRadar believe the times will only be slightly different here in the United States. After all, Amazon has been doing more and more with Whole Foods, and other apparel brands like Nike and Calvin Klein are also now available on the site.

The 2017 event lasted for 30 hours and was open to shoppers in 13 countries.

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