Amazon is hoping that its third annual Prime Day is its biggest yet.
It’s what everyone has been talking about lately: Amazon Prime Day. The sale starts Monday night at 9 p.m., and the event will feature loads of deals on the e-tailer giant’s website.
It’s the third annual Prime Day, in which Amazon promises more discounts than on Black Friday. The event was originally started on July 15, 2015, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Amazon’s founding.
Amazon calls it a “global shopping event” that is “exclusively for Prime members.” A Prime membership costs $99 per year, or $10.99 per month, although you can sign up for a free trial, and those with a .edu address can save 50 percent.
Some popular deals include a Fire 7 Tablet for just $29.99, an Echo Dot for $34.99, and Kindle Paperwhite for $89.99. You can even get a 55-inch Element 4K TV for $399.99, which is $250 off the normal price.