Amazon has announced that, with effect from August 28, Premier members will no longer receive a 20% discount on pre-order of video games. Instead, the online retailer will implement a new advantage that gives customers a $ 10 Amazon credit for pre-order of selected games. Depending on how many games end up being, this can cut savings on Prime members when buying new games.
Amazon has offered 20% pre-order rebate since 2016, effectively raising the price of a standard $ 60 game down to $ 48 for premier members, saving $ 12 right outside the bat. It was a good deal because games do not tend to go on sale or get discounts for several months after the release.
Best Buy is used to provide a similar benefit to the members of the Gamers Club Unlocked program, but the company shouted quietly in May. Best Buy also replaced it with an agreement that gives my Best Buy members a $ 1
"More Limited" has been a lane of Amazon Prime pre-order deal for some time now. When it first started, Amazon offered the 20% off deal to Prime members who bought a game within two weeks of launch. The limited agreement strictly for pre-order last year. And in July, Amazon updated its terms and conditions to eliminating re-releases and remasters from the agreement.
If you are a premier member looking forward to some games in the fall or early next year, it is probably worth pre-ordering them before August 28th. For suggestions, here are our top order guides for upcoming games.