Earlier this week, Amazon gave us one more great reason to subscribe to its popular Prime service: 20% of the preorder price of any new game – read all about it at this link. If that’s still not enough for you along with free two-day shipping and all of Amazon’s other perks, then here’s one more reason to sign up Prime right now: the retailer is dropping one-year Prime subscriptions to just $73 this weekend, which is a deal you shouldn’t pass up. More →
There are many advantages for getting an Amazon Prime subscription and the giant retailer is going to further sweeten the offer. In addition to free shipping, access to plenty of digital content including music, movies and TV shows, photo storage and Kindle books, Amazon is now ready to throw in a deal that will definitely appeal to a certain kind of customer: gamers.
Amazon surprised its customers on Tuesday, launching a brand new feature for its Amazon Prime video streaming service: access to premium TV networks. The new service kicks off only days after a report claimed that Amazon is looking to up the ante in its bid to better compete against Netflix, Hulu and other online streaming programs.
In other words, it might be better than ever to subscribe to Amazon Prime in light of the new bundled programming, though new content channels will still require separate subscriptions.
Frequent flyers, rejoice!
Amazon and JetBlue announced last week that they have entered into a new partnership which will allow Amazon Prime members to stream video free of charge on over 150 JetBlue aircraft with Fly-Fi broadband Internet. If you have a Prime membership, all you have to do is sign in to gain access to tens of thousands of free movies and TV shows. More →
With just over a week to go until Black Friday kicks off, most retailers have already announced (or leaked) the special deals and price drops planned for the busiest shopping event of the year. Amazon is the latest company to announce its Black Friday plans for this year, and you can expect eight days of special holiday deals from the giant online retailer. More →
Amazon Prime is about much more than just free two-day shipping. Amazon’s special Prime membership also includes unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows from the company’s always-expanding digital content library, unlimited music streaming from Amazon’s library of millions of songs, unlimited cloud photo storage and access to new free Kindle books each month. And yes, it’s also pretty great to have free two-day shipping on millions of products.
A Prime subscription typically costs $99 per year, and it’s a great value at that price. But for one day only, Amazon is celebrating its first big Emmy win by offering a full year of Amazon Prime for just $67. More →
Are you one of those people who likes to be able to touch and try the products you plan to buy before actually paying for them? Do you also want to buy things for the best possible prices? If you answered yes to both questions, you might have a problem. Retail stores don’t always offer you the best available deals on a product, Instead, people typically look online to sites like Amazon for better pricing. But what if that special deal expires by the time you actually get to order it online?
Well, there’s a neat trick you can use to get Amazon’s prices in any store that has a price matching policy. The advantage is that you can try it first, and you also won’t have to wait for the device to ship to your house. More →
Not many people would argue that Netflix offers the most comprehensive content lineup of any streaming service on the Internet, but the ubiquitous provider isn’t perfect. To that point, years into its successful run, the company still hasn’t made any tangible strides on offering customers the ability to play shows and movies offline, so Amazon went ahead and beat Netflix to the punch. More →
If you make purchases on Amazon even semi-regularly throughout the course of the year, Amazon Prime is probably worth the price of admission. Free shipping is an incredibly tempting offer, but according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, your home address might soon affect which items qualify for Prime’s best perk. More →