Leading heavy hitters in space from Walmart and Target to Coles and Best Buy now offer competitive sales.
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Walmart spokesman Jaime Laskovsky said the event, which runs from June 20-23, will provide customers with four days’ worth of savings on the best products from Walmart and its market sellers, including Black Silver.
When asked if Walmart’s summer sales time was intentional, the company’s spokesman told Fox Business that it had held deals for events in the past.
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Similarly, on June 20 the target drops its “contract days” online event.
The retailer – which says the event is the biggest sale of the summer – will last until June 22nd. The three-day event offers “thousands of online deals” in various categories with new deals every day.
Kohl hosts a “Wow Deals” event online from June 21-22, the same time as Prime Day.
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The two-day event is also seen as the retailer’s biggest savings event of the summer, featuring “hundreds of products across the house, toys, beauty and clothing,” and it will be available online and in stores.
Best Buy is dubbing Amazon as its own storage event “Great deal.” Although the event has already started earlier this month, it will last until June 22nd. Like its competitors, the online event also offers sales in a few categories.
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Pet Bath & Beyond joined the battle with its “Beyond Big Saving Event” from June 20-22. The retailer will offer additional offers, such as free one-day delivery for orders costing at least $ 39 and a reward of “up to $ 100 for future purchases.”
Earlier this month, Amazon announced that Prime Day would take place on June 21st and June 22nd – offering more than 2 million global deals for Prime members within 48 hours.
According to Amazon, the two-day event is the largest shopping event in its history, combining Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2019.
This event gives e-commerce behemoth so much business – it gets more than that In 3.5 billion sales Only third-party vendors in 2020 – no wonder its competitors want to reduce this activity.