Amazon Announces its 2nd Annual Digital Day to Occur on Dec. 29th


Amazon may have had quite a few sales events leading up to the holiday season, but once Christmas hits, that doesn't mean that the sales are over. Amazon is holding a Digital Day on December 29th, its second-annual one, where you can find tons of deals on over 80,000 digital products on Amazon, on that day only.

Digital Day is much like Prime Day or even Black Friday, but everything that is on sale is digital. Amazon does this after the holidays, since many people will have gotten new products given to them. Like a new set-top box, or a new gaming console, and Amazon is looking to sell you some new apps, games, and more. It's also a good time to use those Amazon gift cards you got on Christmas day.

Amazon has already unveiled some deals, like saving 60% on Wonder Woman on Amazon Video, a $10 credit when you subscribe to HBO GO through Amazon, Saving up to 33% on video games which include titles like Sonic Forces, Civilization VI, NBA 2K18, and more. There's also a chance to save on in-app or in-game purchases, like saving 80% on in-game items for Marvel Puzzle Quest. Amazon says that these sales will begin on December 26th, but the biggest discounts will launch at midnight ET on December 29th. So the day after Christmas, you'll want to head back to Amazon's website and see what kind of sales are happening on some digital goods. Amazon also says that there will be 40% more digital goods sales this year than last year.


This sale is going to be a great time to stock up on some new movies, some new games, and so much more. Amazon already has a number of deals on different movies, but they will get even further discounted after Christmas (select titles, of course). So if you do get a new Fire TV, Roku Stick or even an NVIDIA SHIELD TV, this is a great sale to take advantage of. Of course, there will also be a slew of books available for you to download and stock up your new Kindle with some neat titles to read when you're traveling back home after the holidays. Make sure you bookmark this page and check back on December 29th.

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