Pair the shipping offer with some choice Thrifter deals and you'll have yourself a recipe for success this holiday season.
Diablo: Immortal will go dungeon crawling on Android; pre-register now
Anyone who logs into Battle.net on or before November 18 can claim the game's vanilla version at this site and keep it for free. Hopefully the sting of Diablo Immortal will be assuaged by the Warcraft III: Reforged announcement.
Amazon has just announced that they are offering free shipping to all Amazon customers in the US with no minimum purchase starting Monday, November 5! Target announced last month it would offer free two-day shipping on all orders from November 1 to December 22. It's $49 free shipping threshold didn't last long after Walmart unveiled its policy of free two-day shipping with every order $35 or more in January 2017. In both cases, the advantage over Amazon was no paid subscription required to qualify for free shipping. And Amazon is now hitting back with a considerable shipping deal of its own. The offer applies to "hundreds of millions of items", Amazon said, which makes it "the largest free shipping selection in the country".
This doesn't mean the company is giving away Prime for the holidays: The announcement doesn't specify a set delivery time across all of the qualifying items, and it does mention the subscription service several times before the first paragraph has even concluded.
Trump, Obama Stage Dueling Rallies Ahead of Midterms
It ominously warns, "Who else would Democrats let in?" and suggests more violence will soon penetrate the border. It was one of several policy changes that Trump made through executive order or administrative rule making.
Although this move by Amazon will be a blow to both Target and Walmart, it just goes to show why competition in the market is so important for consumers.
Retailers are competing hard for holiday shoppers, who increasingly expect fast and free shipping. Walmart, arguably Amazon's biggest competitor in the U.S., has kept its $35 minimum threshold for free shipping for this holiday season (so far, at least).
Eagles acquire WR Golden Tate in trade with Lions
The Detroit Lions traded wide receiver Golden Tate to the Philadelphia Eagles ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline for a third-round draft pick, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Of course, if you want more benefits, like free videos, music streaming, books, and guaranteed shipping speeds, you may want to try out a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.