Published: Mon, July 01, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Taylor Swift to headline Prime Day Concert

Taylor Swift to headline Prime Day Concert

If you're an Amazon Prime member and you like Taylor Swift, there's some good news.

Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music, added: "We can't wait to celebrate Prime Day with an extraordinary night of unforgettable performances, for members around the globe".

In a statement on Wednesday, Jay Hanson, COO of eBay Americas, announced eBay's upcoming Crash Sale, while also not-so-subtly making a jab at Amazon: "eBay is primed to deliver exactly what shoppers want during this year's crash (sale)".

This year, objective is offering "deal days", what it says might be its ideal sale of the summer, on July 15 and 16 to rival Prime Day. eBay is offering discounts starting July 1, alongside with a "shatter sale", which is ready to feature special discounts if Amazon's set apart of residing crashes on Prime Day.

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Russian Federation is under punitive sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union and wants them lifted. But he added: "Some things do appear excessive to us".


Like eBay and Target, Walmart is also hoping to steal a few of Amazon's thunder by kicking off its sale a day earlier than Prime Day, which will start July 15.

With E3 2019 in the rearview mirror and the fall release blitz still in the distance, deals season for gaming is in full swing.

The US event - celebrating the annual shopping holiday that's exclusive to Prime subscribers - will stream live on Prime Video in more than 200 countries on July 11 at 2.00am (BST). Plus, don't miss Fanatical's Red Hot summer sale, which generally matches or even surpasses some of Steam's prices thanks to a 10% off promo code.

This isn't an entirely new concept either, as in China Alibaba puts on massive shows around the Singles' Day sales, which past year highlighted a concert by Mariah Carey.

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