Amazon.com Inc on Monday became the latest online retailer hoping to invite consumers to shop early for the holidays, announcing discounts similar to those found on Black Friday.
Amazon joins Target, Pottery Barn, Ulta Beauty, and others, launching early holiday promotions hoping that a wider window for shoppers to make purchases will help ease supply chain hiccups that have left some store shelves bare and delayed packages. read more
Last year, the e-commerce company launched its annual online deal event Prime Day on October 13, after months-long delays due to pandemic lockdowns.
The company said that Amazon's holiday discounts range from 15% to 40% cover the most sought-after gift items, including Apple Inc's Beats headphones, Mattel Inc's Barbie dolls, and beauty products.
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