Amazon has started trailing a new service this month that allows select Amazon Prime customers to earn $1 video credits by opting for a slower delivery time on their purchases.
Amazon Prime customers that instead choose to have their deliveries in five to seven days by opting for the “No Rush option” rather than the standard two days for Prime members, can now earn the video credit rewards.
The Amazon prime $1 video credits can then be used by members to purchase or rent TV shows and movies via the Amazon Instant download and streaming service. However some movies and TV series are excluded from the offer as well as HBO titles.
Amazon is currently running the trail for a limited period, but hopefully the service will prove to be a success and Amazon will continue the service and roll it out further a field. Enabling Amazon to reduce the larger than expected loss of $126 million in Q2 2014 and get their financials back on track.
Amazon also recently increased the cost of their Amazon Prime service to include the Amazon Instant streaming service within the package enabling users to enjoy fast deliveries and movies and TV shows on a range of different mobile devices. consoles and set top boxes.
Source: TIMEFiled Under: Technology News