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Amazon Prime Day is a huge fucking deal, according to Amazon. It’s a day when Amazon Prime members can buy loads of crap at a special discount. But now that Prime Day is upon us, it’s time to go shopping. Except for one problem: Amazon’s website is all fucked up.

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This is the second year in a row (in the two years of Prime Day’s existence) that Amazon was not able to anticipate the demand generated by its fake holiday. Website issues have people super pissed on Twitter. Founder of Business Insider and Amazon investor Henry Blodget is also super pissed. One of his employees even wrote an article about it.

But Blodget wasn’t the only frustrated customer. Plenty of tweets show issues that range from incorrect shopping carts to busted promo codes:

Amazon finally admitted to the issues earlier today:

Now, I know what you might be thinking. This is a corporate holiday, and Amazon may have just underestimated demand in order to create an appearance that the one-day sale is actually a bigger deal than it is. But that would be CRAZY, right? Not as crazy as these shitty deals.