Amazon Prime Members are in for more benefits from the retail giant. it has been eight years since Amazon acquired the daily deals site Woot! for $110 million in the year 2010. Now Woot! will offer free shipping on purchases from its site to all Amazon Prime members.
After being acquired by Amazon Woot! distanced itself from the one-deal-a-day format, and now features a variety of special deals, including several limited-time offers across categories like computers, electronics, home and sporting goods and more.
It is not new for Amazon to bring one of its subsidiaries into the Prime membership program. Previously as well, Amazon added free audiobooks and podcasts from Audible to its list of Prime perks, and a variety of upgrades and special features for gamers with the launch of Twitch Prime.
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