Amazon Prime Day 2021
It’s official! Amazon has now confirmed the dates for its annual shopping event, after weeks of rumors. Amazon Prime Day 2021 will begin on Monday, June 21 and runs for two days through Tuesday, June 22. This is the earliest Prime Day yet, after the last year’s latest ever Prime Day, which was delayed by the pandemic.
The Prime Day 2021 page is up already. For those who are not familiar with this shopping holiday, the official description says that it is “an annual deal event exclusively for Prime members, delivering two days of special savings on products from small businesses and top brands.” But non-Prime members can usually get in on some deals as well.
Amazon said it will focus on small businesses this Prime Day, including those that are Black-owned, woman-owned, military family-owned. This year Amazon has pledged $100 million to aid small businesses selling on Amazon.
Deals have already started pouring in. The current discounts include savings on Apple AirPods Pro, the Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite, $15 off on Prime Wardrobe, 53% off your first 4 months of audible, and a $10 credit when you purchase a $40 Amazon gift cards. More deals should be coming out before Prime Day, and then millions of deals on June 21 and 22. You will be able to find all Prime Day 2021 deals posted on the site here.