It's a prime opportunity for the bad guys to send a raft of phishing attacks. We do have a "Free Amazon Prime Account" template that we just modified to fit a Prime Day-style scam. It's moved to the Current Events campaign. Send this to your employees to inoculate them against the inevitable scams!
Amazon Prime Day: Free Prime Membership (Link)
In addition, we have a lot of Amazon templates that fit the potential scam scenarios.
Topic: Fake Orders
Amazon: Your Order Summary (Link)
Amazon: Your order 153-4583-56729 has been successfully canceled (Link)
Amazon: [[email]], will you rate your transaction at Amazon.com? (Link)
Topic: Credential Request
Amazon: You must confirm your account information (Link)
Amazon: Your Amazon verification code (Link)
Topic: Request to Update Payment Information
Amazon: Your Account Has Been Used Fraudulently (Link)
Amazon: Payment Refund Order #D01-9295874678 (Link)
Topic: Fraudulent Links
Amazon Customer Service Credit (Link)
Amazon: Refund for Order (Link)
Amazon: Intellectual Property Rights Infringement (Link)
Amazon: Kindly update your account with Amazon to avoid shutdown (Link)
Amazon Support Case #29384 (HTML Attachment with Link)
Topic: Fake notifications about an Amazon Prime subscription, emails regarding shipping issues, and requests to validate your Amazon Prime account.
Amazon: You've Entered An Incorrect Password Too Many Times (Link)
Amazon: Unauthorized order on your Amazon account (Link)
Amazon: Help us test our Prime Air delivery service (Link)