The Amazon Prime Early Access Day sale is about to start, but many sellers have only learned of Amazon's upcoming sale in recent days. Now the report of the Lightning Deal has ended, but sellers don’t have to worry, there are still Prime targeted coupons and Prime exclusive discounts to apply. Under these two preferential promotions, I believe that the seller's sales will not be bad.
Prime Targeted Coupon: Submit by 17:59 (local time) on October 10, 2022. The coupon takes at least 6 hours to take effect, and it is recommended that sellers report as soon as possible; Prime exclusive discount: report before 21:59 (local time) on October 10, 2022. Prime exclusive discounts take at least 2 hours to take effect, report early.
The Amazon Membership Early Access Day is held from October 11 to October 12. It lasts for two days. It is best for sellers to submit promotion applications before the 10th. At the same time, sellers should be careful not to apply for the last two days. Most people will focus on the last two days. In order to avoid the failure of the report due to network congestion, Xingqihang recommends that the seller should start the report in the near future.
Although there is not much time to prepare, at this stage, most sellers are preparing for Halloween, Christmas, and Black Friday Cyber Monday. Sellers may wish to take out the things prepared for the festival and test the water to see how consumers respond. According to the survey, the search for Halloween on Google has begun to show an upward trend, and the growth rate is extremely fast. Some consumers also said that they would check Halloween-related products on the early days and buy them in advance if the price is right.
Because of inflation, consumers pay more attention to the strength of discounts. Now that the US dollar exchange rate has risen, the profit of sellers has increased, and there is more room for a premium. Sellers can also reduce prices appropriately to attract consumers. At the same time, during the early enjoyment day, 17 states in the United States began a new round of "money distribution", which may also boost consumption.