Amazon Prime Day is on the home stretch, with day two of the deals arriving right now. So when does Prime Day end? And how long do you have left to score the best deals on all your favorite gear from Apple and beyond?
How long is Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day started on July 11 and runs for 48 hours until midnight on July 12. We're well into day two, so you've got the rest of the day to pick up a good deal.
When does Prime Day end?
Amazon Prime Day ends at midnight local time on July 12, so 23:59 BST, ET, and PT.
Do Prime Day deals last both days?
Yes, by and large, many of the deals that were live yesterday are persisting through day two of Prime Day. Some of them, like the M1 MacBook Air in the UK, are even better! However, some items are out of stock. There are also some new deals that were not available yesterday but are live today.
Do Prime Day deals change each day?
Yes, we've seen some deals get better on the second day of Prime Day, as well as some deals that are no longer live. However, if you bought something on day one and the price got better on day 2, Amazon will refund you the difference.
When is the next Amazon Prime Day?
The next Amazon Prime Day probably won't be until next July. However, Amazon does sometimes hold a second event later in the year, usually October or November.
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