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Irene MckinneyJul 11, 2018

That's the kick-off for Amazon Prime Day. All you need to have is an Amazon Prime membership to be eligible for the offers on different products.

While eBay hasn't announced exactly what's going to be on sale, there will be eBay exclusive deals available here the week of July 16, which is the same time as Prime Day. Today, eBay is running two sales simultaneously that you can combine together to get massive discounts on Android smartphones, wearables, headsets, televisions, and more. Each month, Prime members can also download six editor's picks for free before the official publication date. That is expected to grow to 5% by 2020. The special Amazon sale is being hosted by Amazon India exclusively for Amazon Prime members.

When does Prime Day 2018 start?

Shoppers using Prime Pantry, a subscription service for bulk grocery orders, can get a free box of Honey Nut Cheerios through a joint Prime Day offer from Amazon and General Mills.

The much-awaited Amazon Prime Day sale is here, and the company is all set to host its 2nd Amazon Prime Day Sale in India. To take advantage of the savings, you must be a Prime member; if you're not, sign up now. This offer is in addition to the recently launched Amazon devices selection of Fire TV sticks, Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite (WiFI), Echo Dot and Echo on Prime Now.

Amazon's entry into Australia previous year was underwhelming, but the company continues to shore up its local storefront in a bid to tempt shoppers.

Prime members get free access to over a thousand books, magazines, comics, articles and more. Also, instantly connect to other Echo devices in your home using just your voice.

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