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No need to wait four more months for Black Friday, the biggest day in shopping. Amazon announced earlier this week that they are declaring a new online shopping day, “Prime Day,” that will occur on July 15. According to Amazon, you’ll be able to “find deals starting at midnight, with new deals starting as often as every ten minutes.” In addition, Prime Day is expected to have even more specials than Black Friday with unlimited free shipping on everything.

The company is celebrating its 20 year anniversary and wants to reward its Prime members with great deals for 24 hours straight. Unfortunately, this summer Black Friday is only available to Prime members, not regular users. Amazon Prime normally costs $99 for a year of free shipping and fast delivery. However, Amazon does offer a free 30-day Prime membership for non-members who want to take advantage of the day.

Source: CNNMoney