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Brazil will have its first Amazon's Prime Day in October

Now, two countries in Latin America are included in Amazon's holiday: Mexico and Brazil

Amazon Prime Day delayed due to Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock
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  • The event was postponed and will now happen on October 13 and 14;
  • Alongside Brazil, it is the first time Turkey will participate on it.

Amazon’s annual Prime Day event will happen on October 13-14. The two-day global shopping event will reach Brazil for the first time. Now, two countries in Latin America are included in Amazon’s holiday: Mexico and Brazil.

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Early this month, the e-commerce giant debuted its fifth and largest logistics center in Brazil, in the wake of the expansion of e-commerce with social isolation measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.

Located in Cajamar, in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, the center covers more than 100,000 square meters and, according to the company, will help with plans to serve more customers with fast deliveries.

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The virtual Prime Day event was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Prime members in the US, UK, U.A.E, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia will have Prime Day.

Alongside Brazil, it is the first time Turkey will participate on it. Members can shop deals and products for the including toys, TVs, electronics, fashion, beauty, kitchen, home, and Amazon Devices.

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