Other than the name change, there doesn’t seem to be much difference between the two things. Like Prime Day, the Early Access Sale is still expected to deliver some of the biggest discounts of the year, complemented by featured sales on Amazon devices and other cool tech.
TheVerge points out that if you have the long-awaited noise-cancelling headphones orOLED television, next month’s Prime Early Access Sale may be a good time to start.
While Amazon didn’t disclose the details of the offer, it did mention some of the brands participating in the event:
Including Peloton, New Balance, Philips Sonicare, Lego, Adidas, KitchenAid,Samsung, iRobot (now being acquired by Amazon) and other companies.
And the company has tried the most popular Top100 and gift-giving lists, and provides key recommendations throughout the event.
Interested friends can pay attention to the relevant “Early Access” offers from now on:
For example, the free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited (for 4 months);
And a 99-cent subscription to an Echo Dot device and a 1-month subscription to Amazon’s music streaming service.
Finally, Amazon Prime Early Access offers are available to Prime members living in the UK, US and more:
Including Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey.