Amazon Prime Day 2022 Is Happening Again, Set For October 11-12

For the first time ever, Amazon is hosting two Prime Days in one year, and round two is just weeks away.


Rumors have been swirling for months about a possible second Amazon Prime Day in 2022, and it turns out the speculation was accurate. Amazon Prime Day 2022 is returning for 48 hours in just two short weeks. Amazon has confirmed that the sales event will run October 11-12. Just like the first Prime Day of the year in July, the October sales bonanza takes place on a Tuesday and Wednesday.

This is the first time Amazon has ever held two Prime Day sales in one year, and it sure seems like round two will be quite similar to July's sale. That means you can expect deals on 4K TVs, laptops, video games, PC accessories, and, of course, Amazon-branded devices.

In the lead-up to Prime Day, Amazon is hosting an Early Access sale featuring deals on movies and TV shows, Alexa products, and more. You can even get four months of Amazon Music for free as well as coupons for a variety of products from popular brands. Amazon has a slate of daily deals that will refresh from now until October 11, so make sure to check out the Prime Early Access Sale hub to see all of the offers.

As always, we'll be rounding up the best Prime Day deals, so please bookmark our Amazon Prime Day hub and come back on October 11-12 to easily find the best gaming, tech, and entertainment discounts.

Amazon Prime Day is exclusive to Prime subscribers. If you or someone in your family hasn't subscribed to Prime before, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial to take advantage of the deals.

It will be interesting to see the scope of this second Prime Day seeing as Black Friday 2022 deals will start popping up just a few weeks later. You could consider this as a pre-game for the main sales event of the year. We also wouldn't be surprised to see other major retailers jump in on the fun with sales events of their own during Prime Day 2022.

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