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    Amazon India returns with its much-awaited Prime Day on July 20 & 21

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    Bengaluru: Amazon today announced the 8th edition of Prime Day will start on 12 AM on July20 and end at 11.59 PM on July 21. The two-day annual extravaganza in India will offer access to Prime members to discover joy, access to incredible shopping deals, blockbuster , savings, and much more! From Smartphones, TVs, Appliances, Fashion & Beauty, Groceries& Everyday Essentials, Amazon Devices, Home & Kitchen, Furniture to everyday essentials, and much more, Prime members can enjoy new launches, never-heard-before deals, best of entertainment and savings. Akshay Sahi, Director and Head of Amazon Prime, Delivery and Returns Experiences, India and Emerging Markets said “Prime Day is a celebration of the value we bring to our Prime members all year long. We are excited to offer Prime members two days of great deals and savings, thousands of new product launches from over 450 brands, blockbuster entertainment and more. Not just that, Prime members ordering from across India will be able to enjoy same day and next day delivery across millions of products.” This Prime Day, Amazon will continue to support Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) and offer Prime members products from lakhs of sellers, manufacturers, start-ups & brands, women entrepreneurs, artisans, weavers, and local shops. During the event, Prime members will have the opportunity to discover deals on unique products across categories including fashion & beauty, electronics, and home décor from sellers under various programs such as Local Shops on Amazon, Launchpad, Saheli, and Karigar.

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