Amazon isn’t the only store with blowout bargains this week. Its largest rivals are joining the discount party, too.
Prime Day kicks off Tuesday following a pandemic-induced postponement from its typical slot in July.
The Amazon sales extravaganza features deep discounts, translating into massive sales. Last year, it said the two-day event was “once again the largest shopping event” in its history and surpassed its sales for 2018’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
It’s not a surprise that Walmart, Target and others want to get in on the action. Especially this year, with the traditional Black Friday event scuttled and the holiday shopping season upended because of Covid-19.
Here’s who else having sales this week:
Black Friday is starting Tuesday for the thriving electronics retailer.
Best Buy is promising shoppers “dozens of deals straight from the not-yet-released Black Friday ad” over the two days. Purchases will come with a “guarantee,” with Best Buy refunding the difference if the item’s price drops before the actual Black Friday.
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This week’s event is just a portion of holiday deals because it’s releasing more deals later this month.
BJ’s Wholesale Club
The membership warehouse club is kicking off its holiday sales event Tuesday with the “Beyond