Actually, you can actually cross your fingers that Amazon's servers are under the Prime Day pressure again. If the sale forces Amazon offline to spell, it will trigger a number of "for-good-to-be-true" deals on eBay. As it stands, eBay says you can claim more than 50 percent of Apple, LG, Samsung, KitchenAid and Garmin products. It will have more offers in the jumpers in the lead up to the Crash Sale, offering items such as robotic vacuum cleaner, stand mixers, smart home appliances and more, with up to 85 percent of specific items for three weeks from July 1
"eBay is primed to deliver exactly what customers want during this year's crash (sales)," said Jay Hanson, COO on eBay Americas. "July has become a massive buying time, and summer sales include blockbuster deals that won't disappoint."
It will be worth keeping an eye on if other dealers jump into the rubbish, as Amazon seems to be leading the charge for another big, widespread shopping holiday, albeit one that is in the summer instead of the day after we all have filled us with turkey.