Amazon (AMZN) has announced that it is holding its highly anticipated Prime Day 2022 from July 12 to 13, with some early special offers available starting next week.

The annual sales event for Amazon Prime members only will kick off at 3 a.m. EDT, July 12. A Prime membership costs $14.99 a month or $139 a year.

For the first time, the retail giant is holding Prime Day in Poland and Sweden. The event also takes place in the U.S., Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, and the U.K.

Later Prime Day events will also be held this summer in India, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Egypt, Amazon said.

Early deals and new offers will be available starting on June 21. These discounts include 55% off select Amazon devices and savings on smart Fire TVs from brands such as Toshiba, Insignia, Pioneer, and Amazon, starting at $89.99.

Prime members can set up alerts online or through Alexa to know when a deal hits on a particular product. Members can earn $10 credits through the Prime Stampcard starting today through Prime Day by exploring the perks of membership.

Complete four Prime activities such as streaming a Prime Video, listening to Prime Music, borrowing a Prime Reading or Kindle Unlimited book, and making a Prime-shipping eligible purchase to collect stamps, and $10 will be added to your account.

Small business purchases will also reward Prime members with every $1 spent going toward the chance to win prizes such as tickets to Super Bowl LVII, music experiences in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, a VIP trip to Amazon’s Style clothing store, Amazon gift cards, and a screening and cast meet-and-greet to the Prime Video’s upcoming “The Lord of the Rings” The Rings of Power” series.

Members can look for the special badge to know they are shopping at a small business third-party retailer on Amazon to get in on the giveaway.

Amazon is also offering celebrity shopping experiences with Porsha Williams, Joe and Frank Mele, and Lala Kent on June 21, and Hilary Duff on June 28 at 1 p.m. EDT at amazon.com/liveprimeday or via the Amazon Live Shopping app on Fire TV.

Also, don’t forget the dates of Prime Day 2022 by asking Alexa to remind you when it starts.

As of Thursday premarket hours, shares of Amazon were trading at $105.10, down $2.57, or 2.39%.

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