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Amazon is reportedly teasing the idea of hosting a second CNBC report Monday. The retail giant has held its annual Prime Day event -- this year falling on -- since 2015 to drive sales and attract new Prime members.-like shopping event during the final months of 2022, according to a
If true, this would be the first time Amazon has held two Prime events in the same year. This move could help combat Amazon's slowing revenue growth: Its revenue, and profits fell, making it one of Amazon's slowest quarters since the dot-com bust in 2001.
Amazon reportedly notified certain third-party merchants about a "Prime Fall deal event."
"The Prime Fall deal event is a prime-exclusive shopping event coming in Q4," the notice said, according to CNBC. "Submit recommended Lightning Deals for this event for a chance to have your deal selected!"
Despite the rumor of a Prime Day-like fall event circling for several days, there are few specific details and no rumored date yet. Amazon didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
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