Amazon’s Digital Day sale discounts ebooks, comics, software, movies, and more

Amazon is hosting its annual Digital Day tomorrow, December 28th, lowering prices on just about everything digital. Whether the holidays brought you a new Kindle Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or an iPad, you’ll be able to fill it up with apps, movies, subscriptions, ebooks, and more, for less. To preview the event, there are already a few deals currently live for your perusal.

  • Best-selling ebooks from the likes of Haruki Murakami, Marie Kondo, Gary Shteyngart, and more are less than $5 each
  • If you have a long commute, audiobooks might be a better option. A three-month Audible subscription is $6.95 per month instead of $14.95 (for new subscribers only)
  • Amazon’s ad-free music streaming service is really affordable for new subscribers, just $1 for the first three months. After that, it’s $10 (or $8 for Prime members)
  • Year-long digital magazine subscriptions to titles like CosmopolitanEsquireSports Illustrated, and more, are deeply discounted and cost as little as $5

We’ll be updating this page tomorrow once the event begins to surface the best deals. As for what you can expect on Digital Day, Amazon has shared a few of the highlights from the upcoming sale:

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  • Save up to 80 percent off best-selling Marvel graphic novels like Jessica Jones: Blind SpotRunaways Vol. 1: Pride and Joy, You Are Deadpool, and X-Men: Days of Future Past
  • Save on hundreds of movies like Incredibles 2, Christopher Robin, The Spy Who Dumped Me, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Infinity War on Prime Video
  • Prime members save up to 65 percent off movies like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Red Sparrow, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, Tomb Raider, and Book Club on Prime Video
  • Save up to 66 percent off PBS Kids apps for Daniel Tiger, Dinosaur Train, Peg + Cat, and more
  • Save 30 percent off language programs from Rosetta Stone and Babbel
  • Save 20 percent on TurboTax 2018 and get a free $10 Amazon Gift Card……Read More>>>

 

Source:- theverge

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