Amazon Prime Day kicked off at noon Monday and a few disappointed shoppers are reporting issues with the e-commerce giant’s site. It is not a pure toaster — several GeekWire reporters were able to make it to the main site and many special deals. However, the”Shop All Bargains” link leads to a empty page and back to the homepage. Some users online have reported items disappearing in their carts. Update 1:30pm: Amazon’s Prime Deals page now seems to be working in the desktop site page, and the”Shop All Bargains” button has disappeared in favor of hyperlinks to different shopping categories. We’re seeing some lag in the mobile apps, and so are having trouble advancing to the”checkout” page after loading an item to our virtual shopping cart. Amazon Web Services has remained up and operating normally throughout the entire day, and this implies the issue is the job of its main customer. Update 2:05pm: Amazon issued an announcement about the difficulties. We were able to navigate into the Prime Deals webpage and purchase several items from that record, but product search looks broken, serving up occasional results but showing off the dogs of Amazon error message more frequently than not. Twitter users took on the Prime Day hashtag with jokes and complaints. I saved a lot of money today because the Amazon site is down. #PrimeDay. — Roseville (@Roseville45) July 16, 2018 Great period for @amazon to be down #PrimeDay At least once I got to meet all of the dogs… pic.twitter.com/6hiOsdMUFq — Zachary Schneider (@zrschneider) July 16, 2018 We believe we know that was behind Amazon’s site being down on #PrimeDay pic.twitter.com/yL0j8xiR88 — Fullyposeablepodcast (@FullyPoseable) July 16, 2018 Following a fantastic beginning to the afternoon, Amazon stocks dropped marginally after the beginning of Prime Day revenue.