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Prime Early Access Sale Saves Members Up to 50% On Digital Shows and Movies

Prime members can add tons of new titles to their digital library for less right now.

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Movies and shows jump between different streaming services so often that it can be tough to keep track of where to what your favorite content. If you've got some shows or movies that you know'll you're going to watch time and time again, it's worth grabbing your own digital copy that you can watch whenever, wherever. And right now, Amazon Prime members can add tons of new titles to their digital library at a discount.

Ahead of its Prime Early Access Sale, which officially kicks off on Oct. 11, Amazon is offering Prime members some early deals on a huge selection of Prime Video titles. You can save up to 50% on shows, movies, ranging from long-time classics like Grease and Pretty in Pink to more recent hits like Baz Lurhmann's Elvis, which just recently left theaters. You can even find some great deals on bundles and collections, like the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy (including the extended editions) on sale for just $30. Once you own the movie or show, it will automatically appear in your Prime Video collection, and you'll be able to download it to your computer, phone or laptop so you can watch it anywhere -- ideal for long commutes or plane rides.

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