Amazon's Site Is Down on Prime Day, but People Can't Even Get Mad at Such a Cute Error Page
There's been so much hype leading up to Amazon Prime Day, and for good reason — the promotion offers so many awesome sales for Prime members. So when Prime Day officially began at its scheduled time of noon PT on Monday, people all over the world headed to Amazon, wallets in hand and ready to add things to their cart — that is, until the site crashed.
Amazon surely anticipated this popular event to be a huge hit, but maybe even the company couldn't predict just how much traffic would come in all at once. Although shoppers are disappointed in the delay, many aren't complaining since they're being greeted with photos of adorable dogs on the error pages. Corgis to the rescue! Read ahead for some of the best reactions to this unexpected glitch.