Amazon has confirmed that the date of the prime Day event has not been announced.

Amazon has postponed prime Day events in the U.S. market,media The Verge reported. The event, which offers big discounts to Amazon Prime members, usually takes place in mid-July, but now Amazon has confirmed that this year’s event will be “a bit later than usual.” The company has not set a new date for the event, but said it would release more information as soon as possible.

Amazon has confirmed that the date of the prime Day event has not been announced.

A spokesman for the company told The Verge: “This year we will hold Prime Day later this year to support our customers and sales partners while keeping our employees safe.” He said the company plans to hold a discount event in India on August 6-7 this year. “Members around the world will experience Prime Day later this year,” the spokesman said.

Amazon has delayed membership until at least August and expects to lose $100 million, Reuters reported. The delay will directly affect sellers’ orders and could also affect third-party merchants that rely on Amazon’s platform for revenue, or, worst of all, $300 million.

The membership day promotion, which began in 2015, typically hosts large-scale online shopping events in the summer, and the membership day promotion saves Prime members significant shipping costs. While the delay in membership day could cost $100 million, Amazon’s revenue on a new business, video-on-demand, is expected to be $100 million higher than Amazon’s first-quarter revenue forecast.