After postponing Prime Day 2020 due to coronavirus, Amazon finally revealed that its biggest sale of the year will take place from Tuesday, Oct. 13 through Wednesday Oct. 14. The two-day sale, which is exclusive to Amazon Prime members, features major deals across almost every category across the site. Coinciding with Prime Day, Walmart and Target are launching their own sales events with what they both describe as "Black Friday pricing."
On Monday, Walmart.com announced its "Big Save" event, offering customers savings on thousands of items from Walmart and its Marketplace sellers. Some of the sale categories include electronics, home, toys, beauty, fashion, and more. On orders over $35 for qualifying items, customers can score free two-day shipping. Plus, some items will be eligible for NextDay delivery. Running longer than Prime Day, the sale will start on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. ET, and end on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Following Walmart's Big Save event announcement, today Target said that it's bringing back its Deal Days from Tuesday, Oct. 13 through Wednesday Oct. 14, the same dates as Prime Day. (Last year, Target Deals Days was also scheduled alongside Amazon Prime Day.) According to a news release, this year's event promises deep discounts on hundreds of thousands products across electronics, home, essentials, toys, and more. The best part? For the first time ever, all the deals will span both days.
A notable perk of both sales events? You don't have to be a member of Walmart+ or Target Circle to take advantage of their deals.
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