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Amazon Day and reduced prices?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

More planning then building, but I was wondering as Amazon is going to be having its Amazon Day on the 15th, does that mean that other businesses (such as scan, ebuyer, etc.) are also likely to reduce their prices?

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Prime Day rarely has good hardware deals. We'll probably see something like a $150 R5 3600 or a $100 1TB MX500, but that's usually the extent of it.


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5 minutes ago, TristanD79 said:

Amazon is going to be having its Amazon Day on the 15th

How do you know this? A quick google search suggest strongly otherwise. 

https://www.digitaltrends.com/dtdeals/best-amazon-prime-day-deals/#:~:text=Once expected to run from,that it could happen as

 

However to answer your question:

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This means we can expect to see Best Buy and Walmart slashing prices of big-ticket items like Apple iPads and 4K TVs to compete with Amazon come Prime Day 2020.

It depends on the retailer. I dont know if UK retailers will do that, but the large US companies have done so in the past. 


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37 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

How do you know this? A quick google search suggest strongly otherwise. 

https://www.digitaltrends.com/dtdeals/best-amazon-prime-day-deals/#:~:text=Once expected to run from,that it could happen as

 

However to answer your question:

It depends on the retailer. I dont know if UK retailers will do that, but the large US companies have done so in the past. 

Yes you are right, think it was meant to be the 15th I believe. But from a google search it seems to have been scrapped 

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59 minutes ago, TristanD79 said:

More planning then building, but I was wondering as Amazon is going to be having its Amazon Day on the 15th, does that mean that other businesses (such as scan, ebuyer, etc.) are also likely to reduce their prices?

I'd bank on Amazon Warehouse over Prime Days for deals.

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31 minutes ago, TristanD79 said:

Yes you are right, think it was meant to be the 15th I believe. But from a google search it seems to have been scrapped 

It would kind of be a shame to see a discount day scrapped but to be fair I don't normally have enough money to buy stuff on discount days anyway. 

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