Keep your eyes peel for more Prime Day updates and don't forget to visit RedFlagDeals often on July 15 and 16 - we'll have the best coverage of all Prime Day deals in Canada throughout the event! And RetailMeNot is predicting 250 retailers will participate through offering their own deals during the Prime Day event, not through Amazon specifically.
If you're not familiar with Amazon's annual Prime Day, it's essentially the Black Friday of summer. The deal is counting down to expire on Monday, July 15, when Prime Day officially kicks off.
The sale name is a little dig at Amazon's performance issues previous year, that saw the site crash as it was flooded with eager customers. Amazon's days of deals are meant for subscribers of its Prime program, a subscription service that costs $119 a year and includes free shipping and other perks.
Here's a good example why you can't blindly follow Google Maps
A quick detour around heavy traffic in Colorado turned into a nightmare for dozens of drivers who ended up stuck in the mud. Once she and the other drivers found themselves out in the field, "there was no turning around".
Alabama auto dealership offers free shotgun, Bible and American flag to customers
Buyers weren't obligated to take any of the items, but so far, buyers have. He also said no one has to take the items if they don't want them.
German Chancellor Merkel seen `shaking` for second time in 9 days
She has a reputation for remarkable stamina - during intensive late-night discussions at European Union summits, for example. Asked about Merkel's latest shaking episode, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer told reporters: "I won't comment on this".
Prime Day is Amazon's worldwide shopping event available exclusively for Prime members.
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The Crash Sale [July 15]: Crash the party with doorbuster savings on top brands, including LG, Apple, Samsung, KitchenAid, Garmin, and more over 50% off - with a fresh batch of too-good-to-be-true deals that will drop if Amazon crashes.