Warehouse Prime Day starts, 10% discount on top products!

Warehouse Prime Day starts, 10% discount on top products!

Warehouse Prime Day starts

Are you thinking of making some convenient purchases while you are waiting for Amazon Prime Day? Removed the super saving period between the days of 12 and 13 July, from today until 11 you can take advantage of numerous discounts on the best items offered in the Amazon Warehouse section. Inside, you can find many items purchased and sent back in exceptional condition, to take home with a 10% discount!

To get the discount on the items participating in the promotion, all you need to do is put everything in the cart , remembering that the promo cannot be combined with others, and immediately before the checkout phase 10% will be removed from the total: simple and intuitive! Since these are such attractive discounts, we invite you to take home your favorite items, before the current promotion ends.

Do you prefer to buy used products as an ecological choice, for the environment, or you are looking for absolutely unbeatable discounts its devices that you were thinking of buying? The section offers you used, second-hand or open-packaged products in excellent condition, at a discounted price, with a legal guarantee and the very practical Amazon return service! Nothing could be more convenient, bearing in mind that the store carefully checks the quality of all the products that are sent back before putting them back on sale.

You should not, therefore, fear that there may be quality problems or that you are buying a damaged item, as Amazon makes sure to always offer you top quality products. The options on the store are many, starting from Apple-branded smartphones, tablets and PCs up to Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei items and much more.

Among the most interesting proposals there is undoubtedly the 128GB iPhone 12 mini in the blue color, available at € 529.09 instead of € 587.88, once added to the cart. It is a small, compact and super fast smartphone thanks to the A14 Bionic with which it is equipped, which is one of the fastest chips ever seen on a smartphone alongside the 16-core Neural Engine, which takes care of processing many operations per second for the maximum efficiency. The excellent OLED display is another point in favor of the iPhone 12 mini, as it is a Super Retina XDR identical to that of the iPhone 12 Pro, capable of ensuring you vivid colors, vibrant whites and super intense blacks. br>
Do not underestimate the excellent dual camera system that not only guarantees you photos and videos of the highest quality but allows you to capture your memories at their best, even in low light conditions. Thanks to the night mode, in fact, you can take incredibly detailed photos, selfies included. In addition, you will have the ability to shoot, edit and watch videos in Dolby Vision, using AirPlay to stream them directly to your Apple TV or your smart TV. So a performing Apple smartphone, with an excellent quality / price ratio, available for only € 529.09.

Read also: Amazon Prime Day 2022 | Dates | Offers | Discounts If you are interested in taking a look at other numerous items that enjoy super valid discounts in this period of summer discounts, you should definitely not forget to go directly to the dedicated Amazon page.

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Prime Day Deals May Not Tempt You Like They Used To

Prime Day may be primed to fizzle. 

Nearly a quarter of 1,115 consumers surveyed by Adobe say they'll skip Amazon's two-day discount blitz, which starts officially on Tuesday. The reason: Inflation, which in May ran at a 41-year high of 8.6%, has eaten up their discretionary spending budgets.

More than a fifth of respondents said they would refrain from Amazon's shopping holiday because they're concerned about the economy and their finances, while another fifth said they're prioritizing necessities. 

Prime Day's collision with raging inflation comes as Amazon and other online retailers face a host of challenges caused by slowing growth in online shopping. Supercharged by a pandemic that prevented people around the world from getting to physical stores, Amazon, Target and other online shopping sites expanded warehouse space and logistics operations to handle booming sales to shoppers, who filled virtual carts from their couches. Now pandemic restrictions have largely been lifted and consumers are headed back to stores. 

Established in 2015, Prime Day was an instant hit. Over the years, however, Amazon's invented holiday has slowed. Sales at this year's event are forecast to rise 17% to about $7.76 billion, according to Insider Intelligence, a financial research firm. By contrast, sales grew 65%, to $4.32 billion in 2019. Amazon didn't respond to a request for comment, and the company doesn't release internal numbers about sales over the Prime Day event.

Unsurprisingly, big name brands also are also feeling the fade from Prime Day, according to industry insiders. In 2020, firms saw Prime Day revenues that were three times higher than the previous two weeks, according to CommerceIQ, which helps e-commerce businesses manage their sales. Last year, the boost had dipped to 2.5 times. The Prime Day lift will likely slide to double typical sales this year, CommerceIQ forecasts. 

'It's not as sizzling hot as it was two years ago,' CommerceIQ CEO Guru Hariharan said of the event.

You could hunt for bargains, or build a disaster fund

Of course, penny-pinching shoppers might be more tempted by discounts than usual if they're trying to save money this year. People may spend with future needs in mind, like a computer for the coming school year or replacements for aging household appliances, according to Tory Brunker, senior director of product marketing at Adobe.

'Consumers may be thinking it's better to spend now before it gets worse,' she said of the economy. 

Still, not buying anything is the ultimate money-saving tactic. 

Meghan Greene, senior director of research at the Financial Health Network, says that's something plenty of people are contemplating right now.

'Many consumers will be looking for tradeoffs to make their budget work, such as forgoing purchases when budgets are tight,' in addition to looking for discounts, she said. 

Prices on Amazon have gone up in line with inflation rates, according to CommerceIQ data, undercutting Prime Day's purported discounts. That means this years purchases would have been a lot cheaper during last year's Prime Day.

You might be surprised by the deals

If you still feel like spending, Prime Day will sport plenty of discounts, though some come with caveats. Amazon has to pull out the stops to impress online shoppers because there's always some kind of sale going on at e-commerce sites, says Sucharita Kodali, a retail analyst at Forrester. 

That's why the company amasses discounts on products from multiple brands in addition to its own devices, cramming as many deals onto its homepage as possible.

'Something like Prime Day, which promises HUGE deals with a changing rotation of new offers every time you go back to the site, is still novel,' Kodali said in an email.

You can also find midsummer discounts beyond Amazon. Prime Day now faces off against Best Buy's 'Black Friday in July' sale and Walmart's 'Deals for Days' event.

There are also signs that some discounts will be better than you might expect. Target, for example, has a lot of overstock to clear out because pandemic supply chain issues have started to clear up, including on flat-screen TVs.

The catch is that some of those items are no longer in vogue. Sweat pants and patio furniture aren't the must-haves they were during the height of working from home. Expect them to be on sale this month, CommerceIQ says.

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