Amazon Prime Day 2020: When it is, what to know, and what’s on sale | Local News

Amazon’s sixth-annual Prime Day will be in full swing starting Tuesday, Oct. 13, marking the start of holiday shopping.

The two-day event will feature several deals throughout the day on the latest tech, clothes, school supplies and subscription boxes, among other goods.

Here’s what you should know before Amazon Prime Day.

Here's what people are buying at home goods, home improvement stores and more

What is the timeframe for Prime Day?

Prime Day will go from Tuesday, Oct. 13 at midnight, Pacific time — that’s 3 a.m. Eastern time — until 11:59 a.m. Pacific time (2:59 a.m. Eastern) Wednesday, Oct. 14.

Do I have to have an Amazon Prime membership?

Yes. The event is a members-only sale. If you’re a first-time Amazon member, you can get a 30-day free trial membership by clicking here. Otherwise it’s $119 a year.

For students, a membership is $59 a year or $6.49 a month.

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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Friday

These are the best deals you can get on the site today.
These are the best deals you can get on the site today.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

Editor’s Note: Prices may have changed since Friday for these deals. For the most recent top deals on Amazon, check out our new story here.

Happy Friday, deal hunters! After a long and busy week, there’s no better way to treat yourself than by snagging some discounted goodies. And, thanks to loads of amazing of Amazon deals we’ve spotted on the site today, you’re in for just that. 

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We spotted impressive savings on everything from our favorite waterproof mascara and a top-rated pressure cooker to, yes, even a popular desk that will be perfect for your favorite at-home student. Whether you’re perusing these sales before dinner or

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