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I’m Howling At These Prime Day Memes, But My Wallet Isn’t

Laughing through the pain.

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‘Tis the season to spend money. Amazon’s Prime Day sale is on July 12 and 13, which means you can score some serious deals on appliances, electronics, and more — but it comes at a price.

Prime Day has become a shopper’s dream since it launched in 2015, but it gives people some mixed feelings.

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As shoppers try to reconcile their view of the company with wanting huge deals (and with not spending all their money), they’re coping by sharing Prime Day memes about the holiday you hate to love.

TBH, if you’ve got the Prime membership, you’re probably buying at least one Prime Day deal.

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No one is more excited for Prime Day than your cat.


That reminds me, I forgot to send my Prime Day cards this year.

Can I be excused from the table?

Prime Day is Thanksgiving, and Shark Week is Christmas.

It’s really just become a national holiday.

No next-day delivery can compare to rush of seeing all those books in the gym.

As much criticism the online retail giant gets, plenty of people still get sucked in those two days in July.

A tradition old as time.

So many deals, so little time (and money).

My bank account would really love for me to get this down by next Prime Day.

Sorry, not sorry.

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