Amazon ‘Prime Day’ date appears to leak via website glitch


2017 was the most successful Prime Day to date, with sales increasing more than 60 percent from 2016, according to Amazon.

A tech goof may have accidentally leaked the date of Amazon Prime Day. Now though TechRadar has found a banner posted on the Amazon UK website that clearly says that the 2018 Amazon Prime Day will be July 16th, 2018. It seems like the banner was taken down sometime after.

That means that Amazon Prime Day 2018 will start at midday on 16 July and end at midnight on 17 July. And while the event is sure to have sales on just about everything, you'll want to bookmark our Amazon Prime Day 2018 game deals hub so you can easily find the best prices on games and game accessories once Prime Day starts.

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In terms of what deals to expect, you can certainly count on an Amazon Prime subscription drive in the days or weeks leading up to Prime Day 2018.

In addition to running their own promotions, some retailers promised a year ago to price-match Amazon's Prime Day deals. With the World Cup Final scheduled for July 15, that leaves the stage clear for Amazon's two-day Prime Day bonanza on the 16th and 17th.

And we're expecting some absolutely stonking deals this Prime Day. After all, Amazon has been doing more and more with Whole Foods, and other apparel brands like Nike and Calvin Klein are also now available on the site. As CNBC notes, last year, Target began its back-to-school sale the same week as Prime Day, and J.C. Penney hosted its own "Penney Palooza" sale online. In years past there have been some great deals on cord-cutting tools like the Fire TV and Roku Players.