As Amazon gets ready for a delayed Prime Day 2020, the company’s closest competitors are also gearing up to offer deals for loyal customers.
Target has scheduled its own sales push called Deal Days on Oct. 13 and 14, the same days that Amazon scheduled its Prime Day, CNN reported.
The company says it will have “nearly 1 million more deals” than 2019 and will help start the holiday shopping season. Unlike Prime Day, there are no membership fees to take part.
Walmart recently started its own version of Amazon Prime, called Walmart+, and it’s answering Prime Day with its Big Save event.
The event will be a couple of days before Prime Day and Deal Days begin, as it is scheduled to kick off on Oct. 11 to 15, CNET reported.
© 2020 Cox Media Group