If you happen to be an Amazon Prime member who hasn’t pulled the trigger on purchasing Fallout 76, The Sims 4, or The Last of Us Remastered, now might be the time. Along that vein, if you are an Amazon Prime member who hasn’t connected their account to Twitch, now is definitely the time.
The online retailer is running a sale for the next few days that will allow you to get one of those aforementioned games at a deep discount, as long as you are a Twitch Prime member as well. The even better news is that should you have your two Prime accounts connected you’ll get a $15 Amazon credit as well.
Amazon’s Twitch Prime Page explains the promotion, which, according to Comicbook.com had a few other games on offer over the weekend. At one point, it appears that Gears of War 4 and Starlink Battle for Atlas were included in the promotion.
It now appears the titles on offer have been reduced to three, and the promotion is only running until July 26 so you don’t have a ton of time to decide whether you want to get the deal. Of the trio, Fallout 76 is easily the newest game on offer as well as the best deal.
Even if you don’t have a Twitch account to link to, the title is on discount for Amazon Prime members, marked down to $17. The Sims 4 is also on sale right now, priced at $25.99 instead of the usual $39.99. Then there is The Last of Us Remastered.
If you haven’t played this game yet, then doing so before The Last of Us 2 is released is likely a must. While the discount is the least of the three games, as it normally sells for $19.99 and is discounted to $17.92 for Prime members, you’re still going to get the game for essentially free with the Twitch Prime offer. For those who don’t know, if you have an Amazon Prime account, then you also have a Twitch Prime account, all you need to do is take the appropriate steps to connect.
What do you think of this new Amazon Prime offer? Let us know in the comments if you’re planning to take advantage.
Oliver has been a lifelong gamer and a writer for most of his adult life. He came to Nerdstash thrilled to be able to write about what he loves the most again. Whether it’s video games, movies, or television shows, he’s a combination of jock and nerd and the two parts of the whole have figured out how to live peaceably.