Amazon’s annual Prime Day shopping event will reportedly take place next month. The two-day deals extravaganza, which normally takes place in July but was delayed this year due to supply constraints caused by the coronavirus pandemic, will happen October 13 and 14, according to an internal company email viewed by The Verge. The outlet reports that Amazon has also informed warehouse workers that they will not be able to put in any new vacation requests between October 13 and October 20 — the span of time during which the e-tail giant’s massive influx of orders will be fulfilled. It’s believed Amazon will officially announce the dates this Sunday. Prime Day began in 2015 as an attempt by Amazon to drum up sales during the summer shopping lull. So if you're thinking of buying anything big, you might want to hold off to see what the deals are going to be this year!