Prime Day Sale 2021: Amazon has announced the dates of its largest sale- Prime Day- in India. Amazon prime day sale will happen on 26, July and 27, July 2021. The two day sale will start at midnight on July 26 and there will be a deals across categories including Smartphones, Consumer electronics, TVs, appliances and more.
The deals and launches will be available first to Amazon Prime members which is available at Rs 999 per year or Rs 329 for three months. Amazon prime membership includes free delivery, unlimited video, ad-free music, exclusive deals and free in-game content.
Why Should You not miss Amazon Prime Day Sale 2021?
Cashback Offer: Amazon Prime members can load their Amazon Pay Balance and receive astounding cashback perks during the sale period.
Unlimited Entertainment: Get your daily dose of entertainment during Amazon Prime Day because users can enjoy watching new releases every day during the Amazon Prime Day Sale 2021 period on Amazon Prime Video.
Bank Offers: Deploy your bank cards to earn lucrative cashback (up to Rs.3500) on your shopping with Amazon Prime Day offers.
Limitless Free Deliveries: Enjoy unlimited 1 Day and 2 Days free deliveries for your purchases backed by Amazon Prime Day Offers.
Exclusive Vacation Offers: Amazon Prime members stand a chance to win exciting international beach holidays by knowing what’s in store on Prime Day – Log into your Amazon account to check out the best Amazon Prime Day 2021 offers for your next vacation!
Exclusive New Launches: The sale is often the time when Amazon drops its exclusive products and devices under remarkable rebates.
How To Prepare For Amazon Prime Sale 2021?
You weren’t really thinking of just sitting back and getting on board when the sale starts and hope to save a lot? If you prepare to grab a little more savings than the others, you have to do some homework prior to the sale.
Do a little research about the products you wish to purchase during the sale. Find out the record low price of your chosen items, as well as their Prime Day deals last year. Aim for a middle ground between these two costs, as factors like demand, launch dates and any releases since Prime Day last year may affect both prices.