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Amazon Prime Instant Video – free movies and TV shows for Amazon Prime members


You may know Amazon Prime as Amazon’s paid membership plan ($99/year in the USA) which gives you free two-day shipping on many items sold at Amazon. But did you know that you also get free streaming access to thousands of movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Instant Video? (You can also read free books each month through Kindle First and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library on all devices that have a Kindle app as well as the Kindle itself.) Click the graphic above to check it out with a thirty day free trial of Amazon Prime.

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$5 movie bargain bin now at iTunes

iTunes Movies

Apple’s iTunes store now has a bargain bin for movie downloads at $5 each:

The glory days of grabbing that $5 DVD at the road trip pit-stop or Target checkout counter have finally made their digital transition to the iTunes Store.

With a new section unfortunately called “This Week’s Great Movies Under $5″, a set of movies will be offered for purchase each week for… well, $5 (interestingly, they can still be rented at the regular $2.99 price). This first—and small—batch of movies is a bit older, most of them being on the action side of the store. There is also a strong Schwarzenegger presence this week with titles like 1991′s Terminator 2: Judgement Day (which leads the pack as the “Movie of the Week”), 1993′s The Last Action Hero, and 1984′s The Karate Kid—all three movies which I’m downloading as I write this.

You’ll have to check back every week to see what’s now in the bin, but that’s half the fun. Click on the graphic above to head over to iTunes to check it out.

And if you can’t find what you want there, check out Amazon Prime Instant Video.

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