Amazon released its quarterly earnings report last month and the company is doing just fine. How fine? $108.5 billion in the first quarter of 2021 alone, and that’s without any big shopping events like Black Friday or Prime Day.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2021?
Speaking of Prime Day, last year’s edition was delayed until October due to the pandemic. The 2021 edition will be moving back to an earlier timeline. On a press call (via CNET) Chief Financial Officer Brian Olsavsky confirmed that Amazon Prime Day 2021 is happening in June.
The exact date hasn’t been officially revealed, although Olsavsky did mention the following: “We are going to do it on a date where we think it’ll get more attention for our customers, and also for our vendors.”
Separately, Bloomberg is reporting that Amazon has chosen June 21-22 as the dates for Prime Day 2021. That’s according to official records it has reviewed and a person familiar with the matter.