Although eBay has already had its giant sale last month, it is competing with Amazon's Prime Day sale with a stack of fantastic deals and offers of its own.
Australian Prime members will be first in the world to access deals from 15 July 15 which will "feature tens of thousands of products available at discount prices across all categories including Alexa-enabled devices, Fashion, Video Games, Books, Home, and Kitchen".
Amazon chief technology officer Werner Vogels has claimed an article by CNBC about problems faced by the company's website on Prime Day, its made-up holiday in July meant to boost sales, had nothing to do with Amazon Web Services and the new database that Amazon is using. He described it as "silly and misleading".
Global retail giant Amazon experienced problems with its retail website on its Prime Day, the company's made-up holiday in July meant to boost sales, because of problems in migrating from Oracle's database to its own technology.
With Amazon's Prime Day deals well underway, prompting competitive moves from the likes of eBay and Kogan, Amazon's Aussie country manager has shared some thoughts.
Amazon's Prime Day events are hugely popular in the US, but now that Amazon Prime launched in Australia from midday 19 June, it's time to get primed for our own Prime Day (and a half) on 16 July.
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