If you have Amazon Prime, it turns out you also have a Twitch Prime subscription, which means you have another bath of free games and in-game loot to claim this month. Twitch Prime offers access to free games every month (similar to PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold). This month's games are pretty decent, and the amount of free in-game loot you get is also pretty surprising.The five free games became available on December 2. The headliner for the month is ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove. The retro throwback was just released earlier this year. The others for the month include Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, Hover, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, and Hue.In addition, Prime members will be entitled to some free loot throughout the month as well. That includes goodies for Sea of Thieves, PUBG, Magic the Gathering, Dauntless, and Rocket League, among others. Those freebies will appear throughout the month, so check the content calendar below for details on when to claim them. You … [Read more...] about Get Your Free Amazon Prime Games For December 2019 Now
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One of the triumphs that earned Richard Scudamore the devotion of the Premier League’s 20 shareholders was the former chief executive’s strategy for increasing broadcast revenues in China which was not as simple as with other nations that had succumbed to the global cult of the EPL. Scudamore persuaded the clubs at the time that they were better served accepting a smaller deal with terrestrial television in China and build audience loyalty before switching to a more lucratively structured arrangement where some was made available to pay-TV. It worked in the long-term with the Premier League converting a greater share of that market to the English game and in the following years that early loss-leader... … [Read more...] about The Premier League’s next chief must heed the lessons of Amazon Prime protest
By Sean Fallon - December 5, 2019 03:14 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 There have been a few modest deals on the Nintendo Switch Lite since Black Friday in the form of bundles or credits, but straight up discounts have been very, very rare. However, there's one happening on Amazon's Woot site if you're a Prime member. At the time of writing you can get a Nintendo Switch Lite in Turquoise, Yellow, or Gray for $179.99 right here at Woot with free shipping. Just make sure that you login to the site using the Amazon button (Woot is owned by Amazon). The deal will end on December 7th or when supplies run out. If you're unfamiliar, the Nintendo Switch Lite doesn't actually do any switching, there are no Joy-Cons (though it can connect to extra controllers), and the screen is smaller at 5.5-inches. However, the Lite does offer the same fundamental handheld experience as the standard Switch at a price point that's $100 cheaper. It's also more portable, has more color … [Read more...] about The Nintendo Switch Lite is Only $180 For Amazon Prime Members
When you’re shopping on Amazon, you might have seen the words “Fulfilled by Amazon” next to some of the things you buy. You hopefully won’t notice anything different about the purchase experience, but you could run into problems. Amazon the Marketplace Amazon isn’t just an online store—and it hasn’t been for some time. It’s a marketplace, like eBay or Alibaba; it just hides that fact better. Over 80% of the products sold through Amazon are bought not from Amazon but from an Amazon Marketplace seller who is paying Amazon to list their product. The numbers are even crazier when you look at the products listed on Amazon, not just sold: of the 350 million-plus products available, Amazon only sell 12 million of them directly—not including books, media, and wine—the rest are sold by Marketplace sellers. Even if you’ve never noticed you were buying from a Marketplace seller before, the odds are you have. Fulfilled by Amazon The … [Read more...] about What Does “Fulfilled by Amazon” Mean?
If you are like me—a Kacey MusHead absolutely jacked on the holiday spirit and also harboring a potent disdain for the Amazon corporation as a whole—this is somewhat of a complicated Christmas season, what with the Amazon Prime release of The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show and all. Do I try to avoid Amazon, even though their infrastructure hosts, like, half of the internet? Yes. Am I upset that Kacey is headlining this weekend’s Intersect Fest when other artists dropped out and formed the “No Music for ICE” boycott? Yes. Do I look at Jeff Bezos and see a shiny-headed nightmare specter standing upon the smoldering ruins of late capitalism, laughing all the way to the (blood-of-18-year-olds) bank? Yes. Advertisement But also, does my slightly depressed ass need a little boost of intellectually vacant sparkle right now? I mean. So I borrowed a friend’s Amazon Prime password and had some thoughts about a special specifically designed to be void of … [Read more...] about An Energetic Journey Through Kacey Musgraves’s Magical Amazon Christmas Special
This week, the Verge reported on the massive onslaught of Amazon’s cardboard boxes at recycling facilities everywhere—otherwise known as the “Amazon effect.” According to Sims Municipal Recycling, one of the country’s largest recycling facilities that accepts much of New York City’s recyclables, corrugated cardboard—the kind that makes up Amazon boxes—now represents nearly half of the local curbside recycling stream, as compared to just 15 percent in 2004. Advertisement And while this uptick may not be isolated to Amazon packages alone, the retailer certainly hasn’t helped the issue with the launch of its two-day and even more recent one-day shipping guarantees for Prime customers. (Back in 2017, Amazon said it shipped more than five billion items to its Prime users, which obviously doesn’t even factor in the number of shipments to non-Prime customers.) With China’s ongoing ban on the import of our recyclable … [Read more...] about How to Reuse and Recycle Your Amazon Boxes