Last year's Amazon Prime Day took place in July, but it seems that this time we have to wait a little longer for this event to occur.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way companies operate and try to meet their customers' needs. Amazon already considered in February how the current situation would affect the event on Amazon Prime Day. Rumor has it that the event could take place in August, which would mean a month's delay. However, new information suggests that this year's Amazon Prime Day may be postponed until September.
This possible delay would allow Amazon to make room for more inventory and prepare shipping for more types of products. However, this is just another rumor, but we hope to get a more accurate date a few weeks before the event.
Source Android Police
Via the Wall Street Journal