Mara Leighton, provided by Published 8:07 pm PDT, Sunday, July 14, 2019 Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Amazon Prime Day 2019 is happening this Monday and Tuesday on July 15-16, 2019. It will be live for 48 hours (the longest Prime Day event yet), starting at 12 a.m. PT on July 15 and ending at 11:59 p.m. PT on July 16. The sale will usher in over a million deals sitewide — with new deals starting as often as every five minutes. Unsurprisingly bigger and better than ever, this year even comes with its own concert exclusively for Prime members, headlined by Taylor Swift. <a target="_merchant" href="https://www.amazon.com/?&_encoding=UTF8&tag=biip_071619_amazon-day-prime-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=5d68157766558607e9b6d7cdeda63672&camp=1789&creative=9325" data-analytics-product="" data-analytics-product-module="Product Prime Day" data-analytics-product-area="insider-pick-primeday-button" data-analytics-product-price="1" … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime Day 2019: Every deals article we’ve written so far
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Feature By William Gallagher Saturday, April 27, 2019, 02:36 pm PT (05:36 pm ET) Apple is being praised for disrupting the credit card industry with its forthcoming Apple Card, but Amazon is already offering a lot of the same benefits —and you even get a metal credit card from them, too. AppleInsider breaks the two down.Apple Card is Apple's foray into personal finance, that has no fees and which pays you money every time you use it. You can use it online the instant you're approved, and the physical card you get sent is shiny metal. Maybe the fees and cash side are more important than the metal card, but they're all reasons to like Apple Card —which means you should also like Amazon's equivalents. We still have a while to wait before Apple Card is released, but you've long been able to get not just one but two different credit cards from Amazon that appear to do the same thing. In practice, there are subtle though significant differences, but Amazon's credit card is a … [Read more...] about Apple Card vs Amazon Prime Rewards Visa: which credit card offers the most cash back and best perks?
Amazon renewed its quirky superhero series The Tick for a second season all the way back in January last year, and we finally know when you can expect the next batch of episodes on Prime Video. Along with the April 5th release date, Amazon released a trailer showing the some of the offbeat antics and wordplay to expect this time around. It also highlights some of The Tick's allies and enemies, including a seemingly friendly man with a rubber arm, John Hodgman as what appears to be a research guru and the return of the villainous Miss Lint. … [Read more...] about ‘The Tick’ returns to Amazon Prime Video on April 5th
Sometimes, it just feels like there’s nothing urgent to watch on Netflix. If the latest titles coming to the service aren’t your cup of tea, or if Hulu has simply won the subscription battle, you always have other options. February is the month of romance and remembering black history, but this month, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now are mainly serving up adventure, horror, and superheroes. Amazon Prime is launching its original series Agatha Christie Presents: The ABC Murders, inspired by the novel of the same name. If the series is anything like the books, expect a fast-paced, thrilling mystery filled with red herrings and suspicious characters. Want to acknowledge Valentine’s Day without buying into the commercial messaging? Try Down, the latest installment in Blumhouse’s Into The Dark holiday-themed movie series. Down starts off as a romantic story, then quickly develops into horror as office workers end up trapped in an elevator. And if you just want to ring … [Read more...] about Everything coming to Hulu, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in February
With 2019 just days away, it’s important to cherish the hope and optimism that comes with every new year. A fresh calendar brings a fresh start — one where anything is possible! And then, of course, after a couple of days of well-intentioned good behavior, it’ll be time to drop the ceremony and resume the rhythms of the previous year and just get on with life. But what’s the best way to forget that we’ve thrown all those noble intentions out the door? Watching streaming content, of course! Netflix is kicking things off with the third season of A Series of Unfortunate Events, the final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and its latest series, a reboot of Carmen Sandiego. But while the focus for the company has been on original content lately, it’s adding some noteworthy library titles to its lineup to start the new year as well. The entire Indiana Jones franchise will be coming to the service, as will Solo: A Star Wars Story. And if that … [Read more...] about Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in January