Prime Day 2018 is a 36-hour event that kicks off July 16 at 12 PM PT (3 PM ET / 12 PM BT) and runs through July 17.
Prime Day is Amazon's global flagship event created for more than 100 million Prime members in 17 countries, including India. That will get you all the free games from Twitch that are available between now and Prime Day.
While available at Rs 34,999 for 6GB and 64GB variant in India, the One Plus 6 will be available in the Amazon Prime Day 2018 sale at Rs 9,633 with the exchange, the Indian Express reported. According to reports from last year, Amazon's 2017 Prime Day was the company's biggest sales day ever - growing more than 60 percent over the previous year's results and bringing in more new Prime members than in any other single 24-hour period in Amazon's history. With an increased number of Prime members this year, the sale is expected to be even bigger and better than last year. You'll have a day and a half in which to nab yourself a bobby dazzler of a bargain, and you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member in order to do so. To make customers aware of that fact, Amazon is running extra Prime Day promotions across its other Prime services, such as Prime Video, Prime Music, and Amazon Fresh.
You can get three months of Kindle Unlimited for $1, when it usually costs $10.
If a year ago was successful for Amazon Prime Day, we expect it to be even more extravagant this time around.
A woman uses an Amazon Fire TV in an undated marketing image from Amazon. Search for the items you're interested in and sign up for the "watching list". Unless Amazon decides to do things radically differently this time, there will be full day deals, lightening deals and deals on limited units.
You can cancel at any time during your free trial and you won't be charged a penny. Know what you want, know what you can afford to spend and know the market: you'll often spot interesting price hikes in June to enable amazing-looking discounts on Prime Day. EBay is also promoting its new "Best Price Guarantee", in which it promises to pay 110 percent of the price difference should a consumer find a better deal elsewhere within 48 hours of purchase. In reality, it's more like Prime week, as many "deals of the day" have already been trickling out, specifically electronics like Wi-Fi Light Switches and Bluetooth speakers.