While not a holiday by any means, Amazon Prime Day still shows up on plenty of calendars thanks to the sheer amount of stuff Amazon sells. Normally in July, Prime Day got bumped to Oct. 13 and 14 in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a Bloomberg report Wednesday, shoppers won't have to wait until October this year - they won't even have to wait until July. Internal emails at Amazon told employees Prime Day will take place on June 21 and 22. Amazon did not respond to comment on the report, so the dates have not been officially confirmed. Leading up to Prime Day 2020, Amazon told warehouse workers "no new vacation requests would be accepted" between Oct. 13 and Oct. 20, according to a Verge report in advance of the official announcement. In 2019, Prime Day turned into a 48-hour event, up from 36 hours in previous years. Previous Prime Days occurred in July, a traditionally slow month for retailers. But with the early portion of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting supply chains, Amazon delayed its annual sale before settling on October. Based on recent history, expect Prime Day to heavily feature Amazon's own devices. In 2020, Amazon heavily discounted and promoted its Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick devices, among others. - The Best Prime Day deals 2021 - The best Apple deals for Prime Day - The best home and kitchen deals for Prime Day - All of the Amazon devices on sale for Prime Day - Stock up on Le Creuset products during this Prime Day sale Follow the the Commerce team for all the updates on Amazon Prime Day(s), happening June 21 and 22.