Amazon will hold a second Prime Day-like sales event this October called “Prime Big Deal Days”

Just a few weeks after the end of Prime Day 2023, Amazon has announced its next big sales event. Prime Big Deal Days, as it’s being called, will be held this October and will, essentialy, be the second Prime Day of 2023. Amazon held a similar event, called the Prime Early Access Sale, in October last year. As the name of the event suggests, the deals during the event will be exclusive to Prime members and will be available to customers in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, the U.S., and the UK. Prime-exclusive sales tend to be when Amazon’s devices, like Fire TVs, are discounted the most. Amazon will be announcing new devices in September, so this upcoming sales event in October is notable because it will likely be the first time some of the new devices go on sale.

  1. Craig says:

    Any new TV-set (OMNI) they release with the same old 1.5ghz processor and chip-set? Is instantly a non-starter for me. The DirecTV Stream app is simply too slow for me on anything less than the 1.7ghz processor found on the Stick Max 4K. And on another note… They need to finally release their own Echo Soundbar to compete with Roku Streambar Pro and allow the Echos to be used as satellites! Also? Creating an “Fire TV Ready” soundbar certification program for Fire TV-set compatibility (akin to “Roku Ready” certified soundbars) would also be nice! I’m tired of this CEC/ARC control mess!

    • Yeah, the Fire TV audio landscape isn’t great. I thought we’d see some “real” Fire TV Soundbars released by now. (For those that don’t know, the two Fire TV soundbars from TCL and Nebula released in 2020 just had a Fire TV Stick 4K plugged into an internal HDMI port.) Alexa Home Theater functionality for Fire TVs is finicky at best. It’s sad, but, at this point, it’s just best to use a dumb surround sound system that is unaware of the Fire TV, apart from it being a generic input source.

  2. Tj says:

    Will resist the urge to buy things and wait for Black Friday. With the first ever NFL Black Friday game and it being hosted by Amazon, I expect some insane deals that day.

    Hopefully they don’t put those deals under invite only.

    • Adam says:

      Pay attention to the regular long term price of something before you pull the trigger on a “Prime Day SALE!!1!” special.
      In my perception, Prime Day in the past few years has just been the worst at having fake special sale prices.
      Camel Camel Camel in your friend.

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