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Universal Prime Day Links

(Updated June 10th, 2021)

Exciting news — Prime Day 2021 is happening June 21st/22nd and is going for 48 hours again this year with some early deals already showing up. Amazon is pulling out all of the stops with hundreds of thousands of deals for its Prime members. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity and prep beforehand.

And the best part?  It’s a global event* and that’s where you can shine with our service because Geniuslink is also pulling out all of the stops to help make this one the most successful yet!

Using intelligent links to direct international shoppers to their local Amazon storefront is crucial for any Prime Day promotion (or Black Friday, or really in general).  

Our service automatically detects, translates, and correctly affiliates your Amazon Prime Day links (listed below) with no additional work from you! (Geniuslink also now supports Amazon Bounties worldwide as well!)

Every Geniuslink powered Prime Day click will work no matter if it’s a shortened geni.us link built from our dashboard, converted on your website using the Amazon Link Engine WP plugin or JS Snippet, or with our Quick Build link format (for those that are programmatically building links to ensure AMP compliance).  

And remember, promoting Prime membership signups are actually one of the most important things to get right when directing international fans to their appropriate destination.  No one wants to pay for a subscription to a store they don’t regularly shop at!

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments and happy Prime Day!
– Team Geniuslink

Recognized Amazon Prime Day links:

Simple Links
(The best way to link to Prime Day)

(Please note that Amazon.pl, and Amazon.se do not appear to be participating in Prime Day. If you notice that this changes please leave a note in the comments below.)

Long Links
(Original Prime Day landing pages – no longer recommended)

Long Links (2019)
(Also not currently recommended but still fully supported)

* – Amazon Canada and Amazon India have elected to postpone Prime Day 2021 due to COVID.