Prime Day is a global shopping event exclusively for Amazon Prime members, who can take advantage of hundreds of thousands of deals sitewide.
This year’s Prime Day began at 3 p.m. ET on Monday, July 16, and runs through Tuesday, July 17.
From riffing on President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to venting over website malfunctions, Twitter had plenty to say about 2018 Prime Day.
It’s Amazon Prime Day, the one-day-only shopping extravaganza limited to Prime subscribers.
And while savvy shoppers are probably having the time of their lives, businesses are more likely mourning the roughly $10 billion in lost productivity, if 2017 estimates are any indication of how long workers will spend searching for Prime Day deals versus, you know, doing actual work.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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