Amazon Prime Day starts on July 16. “Prime Day is a one-day only global shopping event exclusively for Prime members.” Prime shoppers will find great deals and steep discounts on this day. For sellers, this is an opportunity to stock up on fast moving items and a great way to get rid of the high-priced products that are sitting in the warehouse for long.
Read more About Lightning Deals.
Lightning Deals can be found throughout Amazon.com, and are available on the Today’s Deals page or Prime Day page. Lightning Deals are available, one per customer, until either the promotion period for the deal expires or all the available inventory is claimed.
Since Lightning Deals are time-sensitive, it’s important to complete your order as soon as possible. You can sign up to watch a Lightning Deal up to 24 hours before it begins.
When a Lightning Deal is available, here’s what you’ll see:
The item featured in the deal.
The promotional discount amount and final price (not including tax).
A status bar indicating the percentage of deals that have already been claimed.
A timer showing how long you have to add the item to your Cart and claim the promotional discount.
An “Add to Cart” button if there are available promotional discounts.
Note: On Prime Day, all Deals are exclusive to Prime Members
Note: When all the promotional discounts for a Lightning Deal are held by other customers, you’ll see a Join Waitlist button and the status bar will show that 100% of the promotional discounts are currently being held in other customers’ Carts or have already been used to purchase the deal.