The biggest sale of the summer is kicking off in just a few weeks: Amazon Prime Day 2021 is returning in full force on June 21 and 22, the company has finally confirmed after a Bloomberg report leaked the dates last week. Bringing hundreds of thousands of deals across not only gaming and electronics but also kitchenware, apparel, and practically any other category, Amazon Prime Day is one of the most anticipated events of the year for Prime members, offering record-low prices on par with Black Friday.
Prime Day 2021 will span a full 48 hours as it has since 2019, bringing a combination of limited-time lightning deals, one-day deals, and other Prime Day-exclusive deals that’ll be available the entire event (or until they sell out). The steepest discounts tend to be on Amazon’s own smart devices, including Echo Shows, Kindles, Ring security devices, Fire TV Sticks, tablets, and smart TVs. Gamers can expect plenty of deals on console games for PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch, and there’ll no doubt be great discounts on everything from gaming headsets and 4K TVs to laptops, monitors, and more.
Usually held in mid-July, last year’s Prime Day was instead delayed to October due to logistical issues stemming from the pandemic, taking place just over a month before Black Friday. Prime Day 2021, on the other hand, is taking place a month earlier than usual.