Amazon is offering one last chance to beef up tech gears before the year ends. For the past couple of weeks, people have seen massive sales on PlayStation and Xbox games. However, now with the Amazon Digital Day sale, even smartphones, laptops and tablets content are included in the sale.
Amazon Digital Day sale details
Amazon is one of the best places to be at when shopping for practically anything. So whenever it goes on sale for content across different platforms, there is no question that tech savvy people should be counting down the seconds before it goes live.
According to a report by WWG, the Amazon Digital Day sale offers up to 50% discount on more than a thousand movies, music, apps, TV shows, ebooks, mobile games, Role Playing Games (RPG) and more. So it basically means that any kind of digital content will be offered at big discounts.
Amazon did not publish a full list of items that will be going on sale when Digital Day starts. However, it did give out a preview of the items which include popular console games like Fallout 4 and Skyrim, must have software programs like Norton Security Deluxe and Microsoft Office Suite, and comics from Comixology.
Amazing child-friendly content are also included in the sale. Popular apps like Sesame Workshop, Toca Boca and Dr. Panda are reported to be going for $0.99. Mobile games like Monster Machines and Nickelodeon’s Blaze and Paw Patrol Rescue Run will on a 50% when the sale goes live.
One of the biggest highlights parents should look into is the 33% off on Amazon Rapids subscription. It is like Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited, which goes on the same price, that features hundreds of short stories. The difference is, Rapids offer original illustrated short stories that has a chat-style format in dialogues and a built-in glossary with a “say it” feature.
As reported by Gamespot, Amazon Digital Day sale starts on Friday, December 30, 2016 at 12AM PST. The digital event ends at the end of the said date which only gives 24 hours to interested buyers.
— Amazon (@amazon) December 27, 2016