We’ve all been excited for Amazon Prime Day after all the hype, and we all expected to see some killer deals. There were actually some pretty good deals, but generally Amazon Prime didn’t turn out to be all that was hoped for. After the not-so-well received Amazon Prime Day sales, #PrimeDayFail was born! Here are 15 hilarous Amazon Prime Day reactions and PrimeDayFail tweets!
When I die I want whoever's responsible for #PrimeDay to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one last time.
— Sunny Pruthi (@DrinkTheSunnyD) July 15, 2015
Prime Day is like when a girl gives you her phone number, you get excited, and when you call her you find out she gave you a fake number.
— Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) July 15, 2015
Amazon’s #PrimeDay is like going over to ur Grandparents house and they’re trying to give you stuff from their attic. Except you pay for it.
— iTwe4kz (@iTwe4kz) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay is like when grandma says "help yourself to the candy jar!" but it has nothing but raisins and sugar-free salt water taffy
— Dera Luce (@DeraLuce) July 15, 2015
My favorite thing about #PrimeDay is looking at what people are buying. There's a wait list for an electronic pencil sharpener. In 2015.
— Kelli (@ksnedegar) July 15, 2015
called "lightning deals" because you have better odds of getting stuck by actual lightning than getting something you want #PrimeDayFail
— Danielle (@tiny_seeds) July 16, 2015
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
— Sue Carr (@SueAtTheU) July 15, 2015
Somewhere out there, a UPS driver is loading up a 55-gal drum of lubricant and 64oz jars of Skippy Peanut butter thinking #PrimeDayFail
— Matthew Harris (@MattHarrisAZ) July 15, 2015
#PrimeDay is a bigger disappointment then I am to my parents
— Alex Wakehouse (@AlexWakehouse) July 15, 2015
— Amanda Harnocz (@AmandaHarnocz) July 15, 2015
— Jeremy Kerr (@lemonbar77) July 15, 2015
— Mizike (@MizikeMercury) July 15, 2015
— Len (@lenraleigh) July 15, 2015
— mah ree nah (@marinarachael) July 15, 2015
Let’s hope next year’s Amazon Prime Day, if there is one, turns out to be marginally better!