Home Industry Food Amazon’s ‘Everything for you sale’ to begin on July 21 Prime members will get exclusive 12-hour early access to deals from 12pm on July 20 by Zainab Mansoor July 16, 2020 Amazon.ae will run the 5th edition of its ‘Everything For You Sale’ in the UAE, beginning July 21. Customers across the country can enjoy up to 70 per cent discounts on selected products between July 21-23. Prime members will get an exclusive 12-hour early access to deals from 12pm on Monday, July 20, alongside other benefits including free next-day delivery and unlimited access to Prime Video, where members can stream or download movies and TV series. The discount will be levied across more than 25 categories including fashion, household essential items, groceries, home and gardening supplies, electronics and more. The deals pertinent to this sale have been specifically selected for UAE customers, providing shoppers with savings on brands including Fine, Johnson’s, Samsung, Microsoft, Logitech, Black+Decker, Philips and more. Customers can browse the deals directly on Amazon.ae or via its mobile app. Ronaldo Mouchawar, vice president of Amazon MENA, commented: “We are proud to see that the ‘Everything For You Sale’, which customers have loved for the past few years, is now in its fifth edition on Amazon.ae.” “Customers can count on Amazon.ae this summer to get a vast selection of great deals while enjoying fast and reliable delivery.” ADCB card holders are eligible for a 15 per cent cashback in the form of a gift card. All deliveries are to be made in accordance with Amazon’s health and safety guidelines, and include contactless deliveries and electronic payment options. Tags Amazon Black+Decker electronics Fashion grocery household Logitech microsoft Philips Prime customers Ronaldo Mouchawar sale Samsung 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Amazon seeks used long-range cargo jets able to fly from China Etisalat to launch 5G enterprise multi-access edge computing in collaboration with Microsoft Rivoli launches dedicated eyewear division in the GCC Will the future of work be defined by employee experience?