In the shopping realm, there’s one tell-tale sign that nature is healing: Prime Day *isn’t* in October.
The shopping event won’t be taking up its usual mid-July time slot, either, but for reasons outside of a pandemicAccording to CNET, Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky pegged June as go time. An earlier quarterly earnings report confirmed that Prime Day would take place in Amazon’s second quarter.
When is Prime Day 2021?
June! Amazon has deviated from its usual calendar to try something new — and to avoid competition with the Olympics. June may also offer better timing for summer travel plans and graduations. Exact dates have not yet been revealed. Read more…