Prime Day is the perfect chance to grab some new headphones to stream music from Spotify or just block out the noise as you work from home.
The bombshell investigation comes as the online retailer embarks on its "Prime Day," offering deals on thousands of products over June 21-22.
There are a few ways to subscribe to a lower annual price if you're eligible.
The annual shopping event typically takes place in July, but was postponed this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prime members won't have to wait until Amazon Prime Day to make the most of the retail holiday offers, as there are plenty of deals to be had from today.
A Wall Street Journal reported that the annual sales day would move to September.
Activists and workers are planning a series of actions on the lucrative sales day for the e-commerce giant.
An Instant Pot pressure cooker, 23 and Me DNA tests and personal water filters were the most purchased items in the United States.
Amazon workers in Spain, Germany and Poland are staging strikes to protest working conditions and hours.
Amazon's Echo and Kindle products were the first to go on sale. Other sales begin Monday at 3 p.m. EDT.