Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it would no longer offer a 20% discount to pre-order for pre-term for premier members from 28th of August. The discount could only be used on standard games, but it was still a good advantage for the service that just increased its price in mid-June. During news about the decline in discounts, the announcement was that Twitch Prime would no longer be ad-free.
For players who rely on pre-order discounts to save money, this could greatly affect whether they continue their Prime membership or not. Now that Gamers Club Unlocked has completed Best Buy (and GameStops Elite Pro program), it's no longer a major retailer for people to turn around for a consistent discount on video games. Do you see this as the end of your Amazon Prime membership too?
You can still get a 20% discount in a few days, so be sure to get in on your orders for upcoming games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Fallout 76, and Kingdom Hearts 3 before Tuesday.
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