Make tonight a movie night with Prime Video—and earn extra money to spend on Amazon Prime day.
All of the lead-up promotions have gotten us seriously excited about Amazon Prime Day, which will take place on July 11th. But if you want to earn a little extra cash before the giant sale, consider taking advantage of today’s flash deal on Prime Video.
Starting today, Amazon Prime members can earn an extra $10 to spend on Prime Day just by streaming a Prime video for the first time on a TV. Once you register your Prime account on an eligible device, you can stream a movie (for free) and get a little extra spending money in the process. Unfortunately, phones and computers don't apply to this deal, but there are plenty of other options that do. Eligible devices include: Fire TV, Fire TV stick, streaming media players (such as Roku), smart TVs, Blu-ray players, TIVO, and game consoles (such as Xbox or Playstation).
But the deals don’t end there. Today, Prime Video is also offering major discounts on select titles for purchase and rent. For just $4.99, Prime members can buy top video-on-demand titles like The Dark Knight, Lord of the Rings, and even The Goonies. If you’re looking for a rental deal, you can enjoy top movie titles like The Notebook or Crazy, Stupid, Love for just $0.99 cents.
Prime Day officially starts at 9 p.m. EST on Monday, July 10th at amazon.com/primeday, with deals continuing for 30 hours, through the next day. New discounts will be offered every five minutes during the 30-hour time period, so be sure to refresh the page often during the day to stay on top of the latest sales.
Until then, pop some popcorn and treat yourself to an affordable and enjoyable movie night tonight, courtesy of Amazon Prime.