Shopping locally on Prime Day just got easier.
If you currently have plans for October 13-14, you might want to cancel them as Amazon Canada just announced that these are the dates Prime Day will take place this year.
For the uninitiated, Prime Day is an annual two-day shopping extravaganza where Amazon has a bunch of limited-time sales and offers across all of its categories. It’s a bargain hunter’s paradise and also a great opportunity to grab some of the items you’ve had in your cart over the past two months. This year, it’s also an easy way to support local businesses across Canada through the creation of a dedicated showcase that showcases more than 70 local business owners across the country. Categories range from Jewelry to Beauty and Grooming, Sports, Electronics, Home and more, and customers can also filter choices by Women-owned Businesses, Innovators, and Hand Manufacturers. and family businesses, as well as by region.
In a statement announcing the new initiative, the tech giant said, “These innovators, artisans and entrepreneurs are an invaluable part of the Amazon family and in these difficult times we encourage our customers to shop from these unique companies. which increase variety and contribute to the ever expanding selection available to our customers around the world. “
You need to be a Prime member to purchase the Prime Day sale, but the 30-day free trial period for a Prime membership is valid for all sale dates, so it’s super easy to get involved. It’s time to start creating those wishlists …