Beware of Bargain Hunters: Amazon has revealed when Amazon Prime Day will take place in 2022.
Prime Day 2022: Amazon has now revealed it
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Amazon Prime Day’s
2022 will take place in July
. Amazon announced this as part of the presentation of the results for the first quarter of 2022. July was the traditional month of Prime Day before the Crown crisis. However, Amazon has not yet revealed the exact July date.
In 2021, however, Amazon held its Prime Day in June and in 2020 Prime Day even took place in October, after several postponements. The reason for these shifts goes under the names “Covid-19” or “Corona” or “Sars-CoV2”.
Advantageous offers even for non-Prime members
As always, you must be a Prime member to take advantage of Prime Day offers. However, since Amazon offers a free 30-day trial membership, you can quickly become a Prime member before Prime Day and then cancel this membership when Prime Day ends. Unless the many benefits of Prime membership convince you.
Try Prime membership for free for 30 days here
The service is free for 30 full days and must be canceled during this period if you do not wish to continue the paid membership. So everyone can get all Prime offers for free.
Thus was born the Prime Day
The first Amazon Prime Day took place in July 2015. Amazon celebrated the company’s 20th birthday with the online shopping event. Since then, Amazon Prime Day has been more successful every year.
The online shopping event serves Amazon, among other things, to recruit new Prime members, focus on their products through promotional campaigns, and generate an increase in sales mid-year.
If you want to know what sold the most on Prime Day: Prime Day Business Tips: These were last year’s bestsellers.
Other Prime Day Traditions
As always, PC-WELT will report Prime Day in real time and select the best technological opportunities for you.
Just as it is tradition for Amazon to hold a Prime Day every year, it is also tradition for the syndicate Ver.di to go on strike: Prime Day – Ver.di hits Amazon shipping centers. Most importantly, Ver.di asks Amazon to base its employees on the best-paying collective agreements in the retail and mail order business. Amazon has always denied this claim. All the Ver.di strikes in recent years have had no perceptible effect.
Wholesalers like Saturn, in turn, are trying to counter this with simultaneous campaigns: Saturn is launching a counter-offensive on Amazon’s Prime Day.