We all know that Amazon Prime Day is happening this week – but what time does it start?

After a few months delay, Amazon confirmed that Prime Day will take place for two days this month – October 13th and October 14th.

The event, which was originally planned for mid-July, is bringing a number of discounts for Prime members. Whether that’s a new gadget or a beauty product you’ve been after, the Amazon Prime Day is set to be huge this year.

What time does it start?

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What time does Amazon Prime Day start?

Amazon Prime Day starts on Tuesday, October 13th at 00:01 and it will run until 23:59 on Wednesday, October 14th.

The company has confirmed that the 2020 event will take place for 48 hours in the US, UK, UAE, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria and Australia.

Plus, Turkey and Brazil are participating in the big sale event for the first time this year.

While the actual sale goes for two days, bear in mind that some deals might be gone in a few hours – so act fast before it’s too late…

Amazon Prime Day: How to take part

To take part in this year’s event, you have to be a Prime member first.

An Amazon Prime subscription costs £7.99 per month (£79 per year) for UK customers and $12.99 a month, or $119 a year, for people based in the US.

Prime members get free next day delivery for a range of products, access to Amazon Prime video, as well as music streaming and Prime Reading.

The 2020 Amazon Prime event gives £10 credit if you spend £10 on items sold by select small businesses.

To do that, you need to make the purchase until October 12th and you can claim your credit on October 13th or 14th.

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