Many people took to Twitter and Facebook to criticize the brand for sold-out deals within hours of the sale opening, along with lackluster deals the remainder of the day. By Wednesday afternoon, #AmazonPrimeFail was trending on Twitter.
At least on Black Friday you can go to the store and punch someone to get the items you want. #PrimeDayFail
— Philip Hansen (@evil_avatar) July 16, 2015
So what I’m getting out of this is that #PrimeDay is some sort of postmodern experiment to see if disappointment can be quantified.
— Brad Williams (@FuriousBrad) July 15, 2015
Now whenever something in my life goes wrong or I have a bad day, I’ll say I had a #primeday.