Today we’re getting our first look at the first-ever official date for Amazon Prime Day, which will take place from May 7th to May 14th.
It’s not a huge surprise that this is the first time we’ll get to see the first official Amazon Prime image on our screens, since the company is already offering the Prime Video service for a limited time.
You’ll have to pay $9.99 per month to watch Amazon Prime videos, which is $6.99 less than the monthly fee for the full Prime subscription.
But this will also be the first day that you can order a new Amazon Prime-exclusive Amazon Echo Dot, which you can also buy for $29.99.
You can also stream Amazon Prime shows through the Amazon Instant Video service, which allows you to watch Prime-only content and videos for free.
You also can stream the latest Amazon Prime movies and TV shows from the Amazon Prime Video library, which comes with a $49.99 price tag.
The new date for the Prime Day event is marked on the website by the date and time, but it’s not entirely clear what it will mean for people outside the US.
The date is also marked with a black outline and a number, but this has been replaced with the Prime symbol for international users.
Amazon says it’ll update its website on the date on May 14, but we’ll be sure to let you know if that happens.
If you want to know more about Amazon Prime, check out our guide on how to get started.