Amazon Prime Day is going to launch soon. But, Prime Day isn’t your only option for midsummer savings. We have Black Friday in July. Have you ever thought about shopping Black Friday in the middle of the year? Here it is. Read on to know more about this midyear saving event.
Started initially in response to Amazon’s Prime day, some retailers are offering sales of their own to compete, and it has gone mainstream and getting bigger now. So, if you can’t wait till the real Black Friday, enjoy Black Friday in July.
This year will be the 4th year for ‘Black Friday in July’. Amazon Prime Day is July 15 and 16 this year. Many stores may offer their Black Friday in July sales and deals at different time but most sales are expected to takes place on or around Amazon Prime Day.
In 2018, we saw more than 40 retailers running Black Friday in July. This year, we expect more stores to join in Black Friday in July sales and deals. Retailers like Dell, Target and eBay are gearing up for the event, and more major ones are sure to announce their own competing sales in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more updates about Macy’s, Best Buy, Walmart, Forever 21 and more, and be sure to check back.
Just like Black Friday, it’s a prefect time to find deals on tech, appliances, clothing, travel, and more. Retailers often offer discounts for apparel and electronics in an attempt to boost typically sluggish summer sales, and they can spell real savings for consumers. Keep an eye out for desktops, laptops, gaming PCs, phones, printers, sports and outdoor gears this year. They could be a solid opportunity to buy things you’ve been holding off on. Here’s the list of some major retailers for Black Friday in July.
This year, Dell Black Friday in July has already started. Get early access to huge savings all week. Save up to 40% off PCs and Electronics. Plus, get exclusive access to doorbusters July 1-2 at 11 a.m. ET with financing. Here’s the highlights.
eBay has announced that it’s crashing Prime Day with a Crash Sale that will coincide with Prime Day. The word “crash” also makes a playful jab at the fact that Amazon’s site crashed for several hours on Prime Day 2018.
Ebay’s Crash Sale begins July 15 (same as Prime Day) and offers “summer savings on top brands and an additional wave of can’t miss deals if Amazon crashes that day,” according to its press release.
The Crash Sale is just part of three weeks of deals eBay is offering shoppers in July:
Target has announced a Deal Days sale that will begin on July 15 and 16, which just so happens to match the time span of Prime Day. As Target emphasizes in its release, no membership is required to shop Deal Days. Target hasn’t announced specific deals yet, so stay tuned. But know that shopping with Target has these benefits:
More players are sure to announce their Black Friday in July event, and we’ll be updating this post as they do. If you can’t wait to shop, check out our roundup of 4th of July coupons, sales and deals.
As the holiday-shopping experts, we know a thing or two about navigating Black Friday. And we’re happy to share our expertise to help you navigate the Black Friday in July (and Prime Day) madness. Here’s some pro tips summary from KRISTIN MCGRATH at Blackfriday.com.
Know that Prime Day isn’t your only option for midsummer savings. Plenty of retailers compete with Black Friday in July sales and deals of their own. So, to get the best price, stay tuned with this post and don’t forget to check our coupons and promo codes before buying. Happy saving Black Friday in July!
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