Prime Day will start at midnight PT on Tuesday, Oct. 13, and continue through Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Prime Day, a two-day shopping event Amazon unveiled in 2015 to boost sales during the summer lull, usually occurs in July, but this year got pushed to October 13 in 19 countries, including Brazil, with over 1 million products for sale worldwide. "In addition, to help customers discover more local brands on Amazon.com.au, we are proud to put small Australian businesses front and centre through our "Shop Local" store on Prime Day and Beyond", Amazon Australia's Country Manager Matt Furlong said.
These dates are for Prime members in the US, UK, UAE, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, and - participating for the first time this year - Turkey and Brazil, Amazon said.
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And you can also enjoy all the benefits of membership, including free, one and two-day shipping, "try before you buy" clothes and some of the best TV shows, music and even e-books.
Members can save up to 20% or more on furniture brands, including Modway, Lane Home Furnishings, Walker Edison Furniture Company, and Nathan James.
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The US President Donald Trump, China's Xi Jinping and Russia's Vladimir Putin have all delivered their speeches via video link. The prime minister also touched on trade rules and the need to peacefully resolve disputes through dialogue.
New members can start their free 30-day Prime Membership trial here.
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New Prime Members can also get an extra £5 credit if they sign up for prime via Alexa on any Echo device by simply saying: "Alexa, sign me up for Prime".
While most deals won't be going live until 13 October, existing Prime members can access some early Prime Day deals, which will go live from 28 September. These tips include downloading the Amazon app to receive deal alerts, looking for the blue deal badges and the use of Amazon assistant to make it easier to compare prices.