I’ve been reading that Amazon Prime Day will be even bigger than Black Friday. I’m ready! I have a list of things on my wish list. I hope even if an item isn’t a Prime Day special, vendors might discount their inventory anyway to get in on the frenzy.
Prime Day is Amazon’s big day to offer discounts on thousands of One-Day-Only deals. Last year, I thought it was more promise than product, but this year, Amazon claims it will be bigger than ever before.
Prime Day starts (unofficially at 6pm Pacific, 9pm Eastern on July 10. With a full day of sales on July 11. The only stipulation is that you must be a Prime Member to participate.
We buy from Amazon a lot, and more importantly we stream movies and buy books through Prime. If you don’t have a membership, you can get around it by going for their 30 day Free Trial. It costs nothing to try them, then you can also shop Prime Day.
And let’s not forget Christmas, birthdays, and anniversaries. It’s time to restock the gift closet. For more on gift closets, check out this post.
If you’re not in a hurry, be sure to select No Rush delivery for a bonus of $5 credit for Prime Pantry, or $1 credit for ebooks and streaming movies. Credit varies by type of purchase.
Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial. If you already have Prime, buy a membership for your college student or parents. It truly makes a great gift.
I plan to be shopping for Christmas presents during Prime Day. It would be nice to get all my shopping done way before the rush. Anyone else shop way before the holidays?
I’ll be in and out today. I will be at a jury duty summons. What were they thinking? Did they not know my legend as the hanging juror? I don’t remember how many times I’ve been called for jury duty, but so far I’ve never made it to an actual trial. I have to assume I’m more menacing than I look.
Have you been to jury duty? Do you have any good stories to tell about when you were there? I have a feeling there’s going to be a lot of sitting around and me reading off my phone.