We're on the cusp of learning about the best that phone OEMs have to offer us for the first part of 2019. If you'd rather avoid the steadily increasing smartphone prices, then Amazon has a solid deal for you. The Prime-exclusive Moto G6 Play is just $169.99 right now, or $179.99 for the regular unlocked version. Read More
An Amazon Prime membership comes with a slew of benefits. Most people are familiar with the free two-day shipping, Prime Video, and Prime Photos, but the company also offers other services like free Twitch Prime, discounts at Whole Foods, and more. For the more avid readers out there, there's the $9.99/month Kindle Unlimited plan, but that's just a waste of money for most people. But Amazon is currently offering 20 books to regular Prime members to borrow for absolutely free via Prime Reading, and there are some popular titles in there. Read More
We've seen a few phone sales pop up over the last day, but here's another eye-turner for your consideration. Amazon is offering the Prime Exclusive Moto X4 for just $199, a nice $150 off the original asking price (or $200 off the MSRP of the regular Moto X4, if you're counting). Read More
It only started out three years ago, as a celebration of Amazon's 20th birthday, but Prime Day has now turned into the summer's biggest day for deals. With plenty of other retailers now joining in to grab a slice of the lucrative pie, the discounts are even beginning to rival those we see on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Prime Day is underway across the United Kingdom, where it started at 12:00 Monday 16th and runs until the end of Tuesday 17th — a full 36 hours. Stock will be limited, and certain offers are also subject to time limits, so you'd do well to get in quick if there are deals you want to take advantage of. Read More
Phones with expandable storage seem fewer these days, unless you venture into mid-range or budget phones. But even though none of the devices I switch between would benefit from this deal, it still caught my eye. Amazon is selling SanDisk's 400GB microSDXC card for a mere $140. Yes, you read both of those numbers right. Read More
Prime Day keeps on trucking, and there are definitely some Android-related deals to pay attention to. If you're looking for a Razer Phone, then this is a good time to grab one. Amazon is currently selling them for $524.65, a nice $175.35 off MSRP. Read More
Since Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods last year, we've been seeing more and more discounts become available at Whole Foods stores for Prime members. Initially restricted to Florida, these discounts spread to 12 more states two weeks later. They'll soon be available across the United States in all Whole Foods stores nationwide. Read More
When Amazon forked out nearly $14 billion to buy Whole Foods Market last year, it was inevitable that there would be some intriguing benefits for existing Prime members. Sure enough, lots of Whole Foods products have been added to Amazon's two-hour Prime Now delivery service in selected cities, and in-store discounts for Prime members were announced earlier this month.
At that time, those benefits were limited to the state of Florida, but now Amazon is including a further 12 states — 121 Whole Foods Market stores in total — in the program. Additionally, all Whole Foods Market 365 stores nationwide will carry the Prime discounts, so you should be able to find one somewhere not too far away. Read More
Fed up with your Amazon packages being taken off your doorstep? Now you can get them delivered to your trunk. Amazon has launched “In-Car delivery” for millions of Prime members with certain vehicles who take advantage of Amazon Key. Read More
In 2016, Jeff Bezos said of Amazon’s streaming video offerings, “When we win a Golden Globe, it helps us sell more shoes.” This was his way of explaining how the enormous amount of money and resources Amazon was pouring into its original prestige programming could lure customers into the warm embrace of its retail business. But until now, we had to take Bezos’s assertion on faith. I mean, he is the richest man in the world, after all. He must know something. Well, thanks to a scoop by Reuters, we now have a more concrete idea of what Prime Video really means for Amazon’s bottom line: 5 million new customers. Read More