As people have most likely officially heard, Amazon Prime Day 2019 will begin Monday, July 15 at 12 a.m. PT and go through Tuesday, July 16 in a 48-hour event.
And keeping in mind that the genuine barrage of deals won’t start up to that point people would already be able to begin setting aside a ton of cash on the early deals Amazon is releasing before Prime Day, which incorporate the two items and Amazon services. In the event that film nights are as fundamental to individuals’ summer as grilling and dips in the pool, Amazon is making them significantly all the more enticing with its early Prime Video deal.
They begin at just $1.99 and incorporate blockbuster titles like Jordan Peele’s horror hit “Us” ($2.99 to lease). People have 30 days to begin viewing the movie once they have rented it, and 24 hours to complete once they have begun it.
Regardless of whether people need to keep this summer suspenseful, action-packed, or lighthearted, they will have the option to find an entertaining movie to rent on Prime Video.
Prime Video will likewise be home to another exclusive occasion: the Prime Day Concert on July 10, featured by Taylor Swift and including performances by Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G. The concert will stream live on Prime Video at 9 p.m. ET on July 10 for Prime individuals just and will be made accessible on demand after the live show for a limited time.
To benefit as much as possible from Prime Day this year, people should first become a member and sign up for a free 30-day trial to get to early deals like the one above, as well as the 1 million+ sitewide deals on July 15 and 16.