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Amazon Digital Day Sale Cuts Prices on Movies, Music, Games and More

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The holiday deals aren’t over just yet at Amazon, and if you love digital content this deal is perfect for you. The online retailer is hosting the company’s second-annual “Digital Day” promotion, offering the biggest savings of the year on digital content across all of Amazon. There will be over 5,000 deals ­throughout the day, an increase of over 40% when compared to last year’s offerings, with deals up to 80% off the company’s digital content. Amazon stated that the promotion will span eight categories including: apps, games, TV shows, movies, software, digital comics, and more.

Across all of these categories, some of the deals go as high as 80% off. For one-day only, shoppers can save up to 60% off hundreds of movies including “Wonder Woman,” “The Fate of the Furious,” “Moonlight,” Sony’s “The Dark Tower,” and other Hollywood hits from 2017. Family friendly movies are also on sale, if you want to stock-up before you are snowed in. You save up to 50% on popular kids & family movie titles including “The Emoji Movie,” “The LEGO Batman Movie,” “Despicable Me 3,” “Trolls,” and more.

You can also save up to 50% off hundreds of TV shows including Game of Thrones, American Gods, This Is Us, Outlander, and more. We should found out that you can get a $10 Amazon.com credit if you subscribe to HBO NOW on Amazon, so you’re prepared for all the Dragon fighting glory in Game of Thrones when it returns. Shoppers can also save 20% off one month of UFC Fight Pass today, and get 25% off a yearly Plex membership.

One of Amazon’s best deals, $0.99 for 3 months of Amazon Music Unlimited, is also back. We should mention that the Music Unlimited deal is only for new subscribers. If you love music, you can get a 90 day complimentary trial of Tidal music streaming service today. There are other deals like 25% off an annual subscription to Boomerang; 1 month free for Grokker TV; a 30-day free trial to Filmstruck; 20% off annual subscription to Quello streaming concerts; and 50% off of subscription to Smithsonian Earth.

Parents can also save up to 80% off mobile games from Nickelodeon including Dora’s Great Big World, PAW Patrol Pups to the Rescue, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Half-Shell Heroes. All Toca Boca and Sago Mini apps on sale for $0.99, and shoppers can save up to 75% off popular kids apps from PBS Kids including Super Why! ABC Adventures, Splash and Bubbles Ocean Adventure, and Explore Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.

Amazon is also offering 3 months of FreeTime Unlimited for $2.99, and three free audiobooks when you sign up for an Audible trial.

If you rather game, you can save 30% or more off video games like Sonic Forces, Civilization VI (right before the big DLC drop in February), NBA 2K 18, and WWE 2K18, and save up to 60% off digital PC games like Assassin¹s Creed Origins-Gold Edition, For Honor, and Overwatch Game of the Year Edition, and more. You can also get an exclusive Digital Day Pack with bonus gold, XP, speed ups, and resources for Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire, Game of War, and Mobile Strike. Other big deals to look for are 50% off all in-game items for Marvel Puzzle Quest; 25% off $49.99 Lapis bundle for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius; 80% off on Pokémon Duel; and customers new to the Amazon Appstore can get 35% off 10,000 Amazon Coins; that¹s $100 in value for just $65.

On the software side you can find 25% or more off PC software like Rosetta Stone, Adobe Creative Cloud Photography, and Quickbooks. and get the first 3 months free in Daily Burn streaming workouts.

Digital Day deals are already live, and can be found at amazon.com/digitalday.