E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly considering moving this year’s annual Prime Day sales activity.
Amazon wants to switch Prime Day to mid-late June, according to a report from Recode, citing multiple internal and external sources.
Usually the sales event takes place in mid-July.
But Amazon is also considering holding a second sale this fall.
An Amazon spokesperson told FOX Business it had not made any announcements regarding the date.
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Last year, the e-commerce giant delayed the big day to October amid the coronavirus outbreak and extended sales to cover two days.
While it was not immediately clear why Amazon held an event in June, Recode sources speculated it might want to boost sales in the second quarter.
Amazon typically generates a lot of money during its popular events.
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Prime Day 2019 sales reached nearly $ 7.1 billion.
Last year, the company did not disclose the full distance from the incident. But noted that the third–Vendors at the party earned more than $ 3.5 billion, an increase of nearly 60% year over year.
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The job also allows companies to get more Prime memberships, costing about $ 119 per year plus tax on subscriptions. Amazon has 150 million Prime members in the north.