The holidays come and go too fast. If you are still in shopping mode, head over to Amazon for Digital Day 2018. For one day only, Amazon is discounting loads of digital content. You’ll score on apps, e-books, movies and more. Act fast, though. The deals only last until tonight at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Wondering if Digital Day 2018 is worth the time and energy? We’ve already scoped out some of the best bargains. Here’s what you can expect to save on digital entertainment.
1. Save up to 40 percent on Prime Video movies
Save on movie purchases like “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” and “Red Sparrow” when you’re a Prime member.
2. Get a $10 Amazon credit when you subscribe to Showtime
Sign up for a Showtime subscription, and you can watch on-demand or stream live television on your preferred device. Plus, new subscribers get the first 30 days of Showtime for free.
After subscribing, $10 will be added to your Amazon account. This offer only applies to the first 2,500 subscribers, though, so don’t wait!
3. Get three months of unlimited romance for $9.95 a month
Enjoy one free month of the Audible Romance Package, where you’ll get access to top-sellers from Sylvia Day, Emma Chase, Lauren Blakely and more. After the trial period, pay only $9.95 per month for the first three months. You can cancel at any time.
4. Save up to 80 percent on Marvel and DC digital comics
“X-Men: Grand Design,” “The New Avengers,” “Jessica Jones: Blind Spot” and more comic e-books are on sale today.
5. Download TurboTax for free when you buy a $10 Amazon gift card
It’s never too early to get your taxes in order. When you buy a $10 Amazon.com gift card, you’ll have instant access to TurboTax Premier software. TurboTax Premier is perfect for those who have more complicated returns because they have investments, own rental property or are the beneficiary of an estate.
The TurboTax software will automatically download, while your $10 Amazon.com gift card will be shipped to your mailbox.
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