Amazon workers in Europe go on strike during Prime Day

Amazon workers in Europe go on strike during Prime Day

The Amazon Prime Day sale lasts until tomorrow, and more deals will be coming over the next few hours.

Many customers who visited Amazon's website and app right around 3 p.m. ET when the deals began were met with disappointment, but some very good dogs.

Packages passed through a scanner, in August 2017, at an Amazon fulfillment center in Baltimore.

During Prime Day, Spotlight Deals will feature slashed prices on top brands that last until they are out of stock. That will at least get you Prime Day deals. Any product that enjoys a Prime Day discount will return to its normal price beyond this time.

Serena Williams Defeated At Wimbledon: Upset Again By Angelique Kerber In Final
I think by losing, it will incentivise her even more to do well for the rest of the year, to get really fit and get back. Kerber, a two-time Grand Slam champion, is playing in her first major final since her triumph at the 2016 U.S.

Amazon will rake in $3.6 billion in sales this Prime Day, analyst Daniel Ives estimates. The retailer announced its anti-Amazon sale a few days ago, saying that its deals will be available to anyone, without the need of a subscription. If that threshold is achieved, it will make July 17 the biggest shopping day ever for Amazon in terms of revenues, ahead of Cyber Monday 2017. Considering that you still save $4.99 on your first order with each Dash button, this works out to be a pretty excellent deal.

Amazon Prime Day was established in 2015 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Amazon.

PRIVATE LABEL PUSH: Amazon has been building its own brands, and it'll be offering deals on those, especially its clothing brands, analysts have said. Four new countries will be part of Prime Day this year: Australia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Singapore.

To help you get the most out of this momentous occasion, TV Guide has compiled this awesome compendium of curated Prime Day finds by fandom.

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