Amazon's Prime Day will take place in the U.S. on Oct. 13 and 14, internal emails suggest. The e-commerce giant has yet to confirm the dates after it delayed the original Prime Day, typically held in July, due to the pandemic.
- The Verge reportedly saw an email confirming that the annual shopping event would take place over 48 hours on Oct. 13 and 14. The email also said the company would officially announce the dates this Sunday, Sept. 27.
- A separate email told Amazon warehouse employees that the company would not accept any new vacation requests for Oct. 13-20, suggesting that it expects shipments to pick up at that time.
- Sources also told CNET that Prime Day would begin on Oct. 13. The leaks confirm Amazon's statement that Prime Day would take place in the fourth quarter.
- The fifth annual Prime Day is expected to include many Apple deals, plus the usual discounts on TVs, speakers, laptops, apparel, and more.