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Attention all gaming fans: if you have an Amazon Prime account, you may want to bust out the party hats and kazoos because you’ll soon be celebrating the new benefit that Amazon recently announced.

Long story short, you now get an across-the-board 20% discount on ALL physical copies of pre-ordered games and new games up to two weeks past the release date. This is on top of all of the other amazing benefits of Amazon Prime 6 Amazon Prime Benefits You Might Be Ignoring Right Now 6 Amazon Prime Benefits You Might Be Ignoring Right Now Scratch the surface. Amazon Prime has so many more benefits that people have forgotten about or simply don't realize exist. Read More .


There aren’t many restrictions or gotchas with this new offer, but the one limitation is that it only applies to products that are sold and shipped by Amazon. And as exciting as it is, remember that not all pre-orders are worth it Watch Out! These 7 Game Pre-Order Bonuses Are Total Rip-Offs Watch Out! These 7 Game Pre-Order Bonuses Are Total Rip-Offs One source of outrage in the gaming community is pre-order "bonuses" that consist of pathetic toys, unfair advantages, or carved-out content. Read More .

You don’t have to do anything to take advantage of the offer, as the discount automatically goes into effect at checkout. And yes, this offer is automatically extended to all existing pre-orders that you have as an Amazon Prime member.

If you weren’t aware, Amazon Prime also has a Release Day Delivery promise where pre-ordered items are guaranteed to be delivered on release day. When you consider all of this plus the greatness of the Steam platform 8 Things You Didn't Know About Steam 8 Things You Didn't Know About Steam Steam started out as an annoying program that came with Half-Life 2, but it’s grown into the PC game store of choice for most PC gamers. Although some people aren’t fans and prefer alternative stores,... Read More , it’s clear that we’re in a golden era for gaming.

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Will you take advantage of this offer? Is it enough to convince you to subscribe to Prime if you weren’t already? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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  1. Sonic Jensen
    January 14, 2016 at 10:00 am

    If only that was for digital games to

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