2022 Holiday Calendar For Amazon FBA Sellers

When it comes to shopping, finding the best deals is an exciting feeling. Consumer behavior has shown over the years that many shoppers wait for a certain season or Holiday to buy their products. From Black Friday Cyber Monday sales to Prime Day and all the holiday sales in-between, it can be challenging to keep track of the next holiday sale your business should be taking advantage of.

See below a breakdown of 2022’s Holidays to help you prepare for another busy and unpredictable year. And while we’re still waiting on some shopping dates to be confirmed (hint hint: Prime Day 2022), this should help kickstart your eCommerce seller’s business this year.

January 1: New Year’s Day
January 17: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February 1*: Black History Month begins
February 4: Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic begins
February 13: Super Bowl LVI
February 14: Valentine’s Day
February 21: Presidents’ Day

March 8: International Women’s Day
March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
March 20: The First ‘Official’ Day of Spring
April 1: April Fools’ Day
April 15: Good Friday
April 17: Easter Sunday
April 22: Earth Day
What should be on your radar:
Prime Day 2022 and the Back-to-school season (August through September)

May 5: Cinco Day Mayo
May 8: Mother’s Day
May 30: Memorial Day
June 1*: Pride Month begins
June 14: Flag Day
June 19: Father’s Day
June 19: Juneteenth
June 21: The First ‘Official’ Day of Summer
What should be on your radar:
Prime Day Inventory– dates TBD (There’s speculation that Prime Day will move back to June this year BUT it’s very probable that it will stay in June. As a reminder, Prime Day 2021 began June 21 and ended June 22.)

July 4: Independence Day August 1: Back to school shopping/sales

September 5: Labor Day
September 22: The First ‘Official’ Day of Fall
October 5: Yom Kippur
October 10: Columbus Day
October 10: Indigenous Day
October 24: Diwali
October 31: Halloween
What should be on your radar:
Inventory. Inventory. Inventory. To stay in stock during the holiday season, your shipments must arrive at Amazon well in advance of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Check out Amazon’s Holiday Season Best Practices.

November 1* National Native American Heritage Month
November 11: Veterans Day
November 15: Inventory has arrived at US Amazon fulfillment centers.
November 24: Thanksgiving
November 25: Black Friday
November 28: Cyber Monday
December 17: Super Saturday aka the last Saturday before Christmas
December 18-26: Hanukkah
December 21: The First ‘Official’ Day of Winter
December 24: Christmas Eve
December 25: Christmas
December 31: New Year’s Eve
What should be on your radar:
More Inventory. Don’t forget to check out recommended replenishment quantity and plan your shipment ahead of time. Check out Amazon’s Holiday Season Best Practices.

Key: * = all month long

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