Amazon is offering Free 60-Day Trial of Comixology Unlimited, where you can explore over 25,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Kodansha, and more! After the trial period, pay $5.99 per month plus applicable tax until you cancel.
AmazonFresh will deliver groceries to your door or have them bagged and ready for you to pick up at the store. Either way, it saves you from the actual "shopping" part of grocery shopping. AmazonFresh costs $14.95 a month, and you must be a Prime member to hop on the Fresh train.
From diapers to detergent, dog food to deodorant, Amazon's Subscribe & Save can save you money and effort by sending you regular shipments of the things you use month in and month out. Amazon is happy to offer you a discount on products you want shipped to your home on regular schedule -- from once a month to once every six months. The discounts start at 5 percent, but you can bump that number up to 15 percent if you add five or more products to your regular Subscribe & Save delivery. You don't need to be a Prime member to use Subscribe & Save, but the savings are a little sweeter for Prime members -- a 20 percent discount on some products.
If you have Amazon Prime, then you get Prime Video, which features movies, TV shows and original programming like Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Homecoming and Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. Prime Video Channels lets you add more channels to your lineup, and you must be a Prime member in order to do so. You can add premium cable channels like HBO and Showtime, kids channels like PBS Kids and Noggin, and lesser-known channels Britbox and Sundance. You pay per channel; prices range from $14.99 a month for HBO to $2.99 a month for something called Curiosity Stream. Baseball fans can also add MLB.TV for $24.99, which lets you watch all out-of-market games.