Tomorrow, Amazon is holding its first-ever “Digital Day,” a 24-hour period of steep markdowns on apps, games, music, TV shows, movies, ebooks, comics, and other digital content. The company has set up a teaser page revealing some of what will be on sale, including temporary savings on a subscription to Amazon’s Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited.
“Enjoy up to 80 percent off hundreds of video game titles, 50 percent off on top movies and TV shows, 75 percent off on hundreds of digital comics, and other great deals on popular content for your devices,” the page reads. In total, Amazon is promising savings on “thousands” of digital items.
Other to-be-discounted selections include Disney Crossy Road, H&R Block tax software, The Lego Movie, video games like Titanfall 2, Microsoft Office, premium services like UFC Fight Pass, and many more. It’s… very random. Home theater nerds will also be able to take advantage of a 50 percent discount off a Plex Pass subscription, which is nice. Just note that for the Amazon Music Unlimited deal, the $10 gets credited to you after the 30-day free trial expires. Will customers seize upon Digital Day in the same way they do for Prime Day? Amazon’s big annual event for physical items drives more sales than even Black Friday, according to the company.