Amazon announced today that millions of deals at a variety of price points worldwide will be available during its 48-hour Black Friday event starting on Thursday, November 24. Customers will be able to save on must-have items across categories, including toys, electronics, fashion, beauty, and Amazon devices, and find unbelievable prices on select products from popular brands like Moroccanoil, Peter Thomas Roth, and Drybar hair care products, De’Longhi Espresso Machines, and everyday essentials from Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day. Read on for more details.
Amazon is getting the Prime Early Access Sale deals started sooner than expected. You can get several of Amazon’s most popular devices for up to 55% off. Below are links to several of these items, so you can get these deals before they are gone.
Amazon announced a new 48-hour event that gives Prime members exclusive early access to holiday deals, including on must-have brands like Peloton and New Balance, and Amazon’s lowest prices of the year on select products from brands like Caudalie, Murad, and Philips Sonicare. Read on for more details.
Last year, Amazon released its first-ever physical holiday catalog. The internet behemoth is back at it again this year with the 2020 Joy Delivered Holiday Wish Book. So, is it any good? Watch my video review below to find out.
I recently started using Amazon Fresh and today I received Amazon Dash, a new device meant to make ordering from Amazon Fresh as easy as possible. What do I think of this new piece of technology? Watch my video review below to find out.
Just a couple days ago I discovered a new comedy created by Amazon Studios: Betas. Similar to the significantly less funny Alpha House, Betas is exclusive to Prime Instant Video. The good news is anyone can watch the first three episodes for free, so hop to it. This is an excellent show featuring quirky and endearing characters that have a wonderful chemistry together. And the clever jokes, sharp dialogue and well-paced character development will keep you coming back for more. Take my advice – watch all three episodes, then decide whether or not you like it. Each episode gets progressively better, so you should be in love with it by the end of episode three.
Below is the show’s trailer, and you can check out the free episodes here. Enjoy!
Audible.com, an Amazon company, is the leading provider of audiobooks – a business that’s booming. Being an avid audiobook listener and originally from New Jersey, I found the following video tour of Audible’s headquarters interesting.