Amazon Prime Day 2021 has been confirmed for June 21-22
What you need to know
- Amazon has confirmed when this year's Prime Day deals will be live.
- Prime Day will run on June 21 and June 22 in the United States, UK, and select other countries.
Amazon has today confirmed exactly when we can look forward to Prime Day kicking off. It's a little earlier than usual this year and obviously runs for more than a single day because of course it does. The big dates? June 21 and 22.
Amazon's Prime Day deals are often a chance to bag some of the best prices of the year on everything from cosmetics to the latest iPhones and more. We'll of course be covering everything including things like the best AirTag accessories you can grab as well as the best iPad Pro deals and much more.
We'll do the scrolling so you don't have to!
This year's Prime Day sales event will take place in the following countries: the U.S., the UK, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Spain, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Brazil, Belgium, Austria, and Australia. Those in Canada are unfortunately going to miss out, as will people in India. COVID-19 ensured that, I'm afraid.
Amazon is also offering $10 to anyone who spends the same amount on a select number of small businesses in the United States as it tries to help them out at a difficult time for everyone.
You will of course need to be an Amazon Prime member if you want to enjoy these deals, but you knew that already.
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