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Pent-up consumer demand and a surge in online shopping due to the pandemic could make Amazon Prime Day even more popular.

Which says a lot, considering it’s one of the most anticipated shopping events of the year.

Prime Day, which is usually slated for July, typically includes discounts on more than 1 million items, including intermittent “Lightning Deals,” for Prime members. 

This year, the online retail giant is expected to kick off its annual two-day shopping event in June. Here’s how to make the most of the upcoming sale.

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