Target announces big deals to compete with Amazon Prime Day

Ann Santiago
July 10, 2019

This VR experience is available for new products launching on Prime Day.

Amazon Prime Day has become something of a shopping holiday rivaling even the likes of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the usual end-of-year holiday shopping period.

Stephenie Landry, vice president for Amazon Retail, also added, "We're offering even more savings in celebration of Prime Day this year, adding three times the number of Prime Member deals to this year's celebration".

Amazon Prime Day sale is just around the corner (July 15), and this is the ideal time for those who have not subscribed to Amazon's Prime subscription to go ahead and do just that. Prime, Inc. says that when Amazon started using the Amazon Prime logo on its trailers in 2016 and 2017, they informed Amazon about the alleged trademark infringement, but that Amazon continued to use the "Prime" branding on their trailers.


Are you ready for Amazon Prime Day 2019? Don't wait for the big day or you'll miss the deals.

Prime Day 2019 sale will last 48 hours, but the best deals won't last that long.

To get the most complete updates on all of the deals, watch our news feed right here on the site, and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook where our wonderful Social Media Manager Annette will be linking to a variety of deals as well.

The deal getting the most attention is "spend $10, get $10", in which Prime members who spend $10 at Whole Foods via in-store purchases or on Prime Now from July 3 to July 16 will receive a $10 credit to use online at Amazon for Prime Day. Sadly, that deal is already sold out, however, bookmark that page if you're as it'll probably return in stock eventually. Around the Ozarks, we are all familiar with both Prime and prime, but our local Prime, Inc. says the global Amazon Prime is causing them to lose money, and allowing Amazon to profit at Prime Inc.'s expense.

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