Cord Cutters News will have a special Prime Day Newsletter to full of all the best Amazon Prime Day deals.
The fact that the Prime Day begins on the 16th also means that Amazon has broken with its tradition of starting the event each year on the second Tuesday in July. On Thursday, online retail giant Amazon may have accidentally let slip when its perennially popular Amazon Prime Day would be in 2018. And while the event is sure to have sales on just about everything, you'll want to bookmark our Amazon Prime Day 2018 game deals hub so you can easily find the best prices on games and game accessories once Prime Day starts.
Another interesting tidbit lies in the report that Prime Day will supposedly last for more than 24 hours, as it will get its start around midday on July 16, and continue through the next day.
It goes beyond last year's 30-hour Prime Day, which started the night before at 9 p.m.
And we're expecting some absolutely stonking deals this Prime Day. We're guessing that our earlier prediction that the Prime Day 2018 would take place on July 10 was kaiboshed by the World Cup semi-finals, and considering the final takes place on July 15, too, that will leave people's time free to score hot deals instead.
In terms of what deals to expect, you can certainly count on an Amazon Prime subscription drive in the days or weeks leading up to Prime Day 2018. You should also expect some tempting offers for some of Amazon's other services like Audible. Though they've been involved in the sales event since its inception in 2015, Marketplace retailers could offer consumers some of the biggest deals and discounts of the sale.