On Saturday, Amazon will open up its online shopping platform to the public, but only to users in the US.
And now that the company has announced the launch of its new Prime streaming service, the company is asking you to play pingpings with the Amazon-owned devices.
Amazon says that Prime customers who buy their own pingpies can access its app and play games with friends.
Amazon is also giving away exclusive items through Prime Day.
The company is also launching a new store, where you can buy the devices you want, and get them delivered.
You can also buy the items on Amazon’s website, which is the only place you can actually buy them.
There are some restrictions on what you can and can’t buy.
The Prime memberships that are eligible for free shipping and Prime-exclusive items are only for US residents.
You can only purchase one Prime member per household.
And you can only buy the Prime-only products.
You have to buy the other items, which Amazon is limiting to one per household per day.
Amazon also announced that it will no longer accept any orders for Prime members that have not received their Prime membership, meaning you will have to pay for the devices yourself.
That means you can’t just buy a pingpok, or buy an Amazon Echo Dot or Echo Dot 2.
If you want to make an Amazon Alexa-compatible toy, you’ll need to buy one of those.
You also can’t use the Prime line of devices with the Echo Dot and Echo Dot II, which come with Alexa integration and a built-in microphone.
And, of course, you can still get an Echo Dot if you want a remote control for it.
There’s no word on what else the Amazon Prime members can buy with Prime Day, but it appears that Prime Day is only available to Prime members in the U.S. Amazon Prime Day will start on March 6, and it will run through May 14.
That includes the US and Canada.
Prime Day isn’t a one-day event; it runs every Friday.
If all of that seems a bit daunting, Amazon’s Prime members will still be able to make purchases on its site for as long as they want, including until March 31.
You’ll have to wait for the Prime Day launch to see any changes.
It’s also worth noting that the Prime members who have access to Prime Day can still try to get those Prime-ready products, as long they get the new Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, or Echo 2.