Amazon Prime Day is on June 21-22 this year, includes over two million deals

Promotional image for Amazon Prime Day from June 21 to June 22 of 2021

Amazon's Prime Day is an annual event many look forward to due to the discounted prices offered on a wide range of products. Last year the event was delayed to October, but for 2021, we're back to a summer schedule, as announced by the online retailer today. Prime Day will take place from June 21 to 22, making it a two-day event once again.

Amazon says it will offer over two million deals worldwide on Prime Day across a variety of products. Prime Day also comes with some initiatives to help support small businesses. Customers can get $10 credit when spending $10 on select small businesses, with more than 300,000 sellers included as part of the program this year. Amazon is also launching a curated storefront specifically for these small businesses, so if you're interested in supporting them, you can visit this page.

Even before Prime Day officially starts, there are already some deals to be had for Prime members. These include an Insignia 24-inch Smart TV for $99.99 (down from $169.99), a Toshiba 32-inch Smart TV for $129.99 (down from $199.99), or a 43-inch Insignia 4K Smart TV for $219.99 (down from $319.99). All of these come with Amazon's Fire TV platform, so you're at least in a well-established ecosystem.

Other offers already available include a free download code for Battlefield 4 from EA Origin through Prime Gaming, four months of Amazon Music Unlimited or six months when buying eligible Echo devices, and over 50% off Audible Premium Plus for the first four months, making it $6.95/month. You can look forward to more deals when Prime Day officially begins on June 21.

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