Amazon Prime Day postponed to October 5th
The shopping day of Amazon with all kinds of offers has been moved toautumn 2020. This is not the first time theAmazon Prime Day it has been postponed, but we hope it will be the last.
According to a report by Business Insider, Amazon is moving the day out of summer, making it a fall event. In an email sent to third-party sellers, the online shopping giant listed a date, the October 5th. However, he cited that date as a “placeholder”. However, a later email indicated that this would be there final date.
One possible reason why there will be a Prime Day postponement could be the problem of having sufficient inventory to meet buyers’ demand. The closure of many factories and problems with logistics operations may have slowed things down considerably, forcing Amazon to allow yourself a little more time.
For online shoppers, there are very few days of the year more exciting than Amazon Prime Day. Like the Black Friday and the Cyber Monday, Amazon uses Prime Day as an opportunity to cut prices on all types of articles popular, although most of the offers are limited to Amazon Prime members.
Despite the postponement of Prime Day 2020 Amazon’s offers of the day don’t stop, here they are
Initially, the first day was moved to August. Soon after, Amazon moved it to September and now we are talking about an October date. Most likely, this will be the last time the company will postpone the event, although we will have to wait for a official announcement regarding the final date before we can be sure.