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Amazon Prime Day will be a full 48 hours this year, running from July 15-16 — here's a quick rundown of what deals to expect and how to prepare

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Amazon Prime Day will be a full 48 hours this year, running from July 15-16 — here's a quick rundown of what deals to expect and how to prepare· Amazon Prime Day 2019 will officially begin on July 15 at 12 a.m. PT and will continue through July 16, ending at 11:59 p.m. PT.* *
· *The 48-hour sale is expected to be one of the largest online shopping events of the year. *
· *To plan for this big day in July, you can do a few things: make sure you're signed up for a...
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Next month’s Amazon Prime Day 2019 will be a two-day parade of deals. The annual sale kicks off at midnight PT on Monday, July 15, and—for the first time ever—runs for a full […] The post Amazon Prime Day 2019 Promises 48 Hours of Deals appeared first on Geek.com.

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