New research into the peak phenomena of Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday in 2020, a year like no other.

By now, retailer preparations will be well underway ahead of the Black Friday deals period.

But this year, we predict something entirely different - a 10-week Black Friday "Mega Peak" - kicking off with Amazon's Prime Day on 13th October, followed by an even longer Black Friday period starting in early November, and continuing through to pre-Christmas deals.

So, what will this mega peak look like for consumers and retailers?

Sneak Peak

With Prime Day, Black Friday and Christmas sales coming together to form a Quarter 4 mega peak, our research suggests it will command 43% of all consumer sales spending across the year. This means it’s critical that retailers get their planning, operations, marketing and deals right.

But it’s the detail that warrants closer scrutiny. Despite a 10-week peak, spend on Black Friday is set to fall, though the ‘new’ Prime Day will see a bounce. Amazon is well positioned following its impressive lockdown performance, but we found that its Prime Day peak will inspire sales for other retailers too. Brexit concerns will hit some wallets too.

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