Amazon Prime Day is the new Black Friday!

Amazon Prime Day is a dirty trick

Amazon Prime Day is a dirty trick

That's because Windows Central, and all our Mobile Nations sibling sites, are going all-in on Prime Day, with every one of our writers and editors making it their personal mission to make sure we don't miss a single relevant deal.

If you own an Alexa-enabled speaker then you can purchase items or groceries from Amazon or Whole Foods using voice commands.

For the first time, Amazon extended Prime Day to two full days this year: Monday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 16, 2019.

Speaking about the scam, Raj Samani, Chief Scientist and Fellow at McAfee said: "Amazon Prime Day is a minefield for shoppers and presents a huge opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of unaware Brits". You'll also find some pre-order titles cheaper at Amazon, such as Doom Eternal and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, so Prime Day may be a good time to secure your copy, especially since Amazon will give you the cheapest price on your pre-order if it drops again.

For the Prime Day event the popular Amazon Echo Dot has just had a massive price crash bringing the smart speaker back down to its lowest price ever. If you say no, your helpful shopping sidekick bot will continue reading the next deal.

Unfortunately, only the black model is still available at the time of this writing, and although the lightning deal is technically set to run until midnight, something tells us Woot's inventory will be all depleted earlier than that.

Lovers of organic produce (or just a bountiful salad bar) are almost two years removed from Amazon's finalized acquisition of Whole Foods. However, the company itself issued a response via email, stating that "Amazon offers already what this outside organization is asking for".

Before you nab any great deals, you'll need to get yourself a Prime account.

Everyone seems to be running an alternative Prime Day sale right now!

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