Published: Thu, July 11, 2019

Prime Day kicks off with Whole Foods deal, Taylor Swift concert

Prime Day kicks off with Whole Foods deal, Taylor Swift concert

Amazon's Prime Day is back - and so is the temptation to shop and overspend on stuff you don't really need. Prime Day 2019 will actually take place over two full days: Monday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 16. Today Twitch confirmed a list of 27 different Twitch streamers that will join in on the event, featuring big names including Pokimane and TimTheTatman.

If you don't have an Amazon Prime subscription, you can sign up for a free 30-day Prime trial here.

The Taylor Swift concert will go live starting at 9 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 10, exclusively on Amazon. Since the beginning of Amazon Prime day four years ago, Amazon shares have soared an impressive 353%, while the S&P gained a more modest 56%.

The replay is available on Prime Video.

Airtel and Amazon have been in partnership for well over a year now. And this year's doorbuster sales event will be more distracting than ever, as Amazon has decided to make it a two-day shopping extravaganza running through the end of Tuesday. Banking on the promotion's huge success last year, the big-box retailer expanded the one-day event to two days this year-again, just like Amazon. Here's what you need to know. You must be a Prime member to access content on Prime Video, which is available on TV streaming devices or as an app for smartphones.

If you're not a Prime member by the time of the concert, you'll be able to watch it for a limited time the next day on-demand.

The most-awaited "Amazon Prime Day Sale" is coming hence people who love online shopping must gear up to grab the best deals and offers.

As for the sale itself, expect savings on Amazon's Kindle, Echo and Fire products, and smart devices that use Amazon's Alexa assistant.

In a head-on race with Amazon, Target will host "Deal Days" on July 15 and July 16 (the same dates as Prime Day), offering up to 40 percent off on furniture, small kitchen appliances, toys, sporting goods and bedding products.

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