[Deal] Amazon offering $5 credit when installing the Prime Instant Video app

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Getting a $5 credit to rent movies and television shows from Amazon could not be any easier. Now through June 14, the online retailer will reward people with a $5 Instant Video credit when downloading the Prime Instant Video app. The Prime Instant Video app comes as an external download from the Amazon app. So it’s not actually as quick as it may seem.

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[Deal] Grab a Moto 360 for $149.99 from BestBuy

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Earlier today, BestBuy kicked off a brand new deal on all three colorways of the Moto 360. However, unlike any of its other previous promotions, the company has decided to host this one via eBay.

Buying a Moto 360 with this promo saves customers a whopping $100; meaning you can pick one up for $149.99. However, stock is extremely limited — so if you want to get your hands on one, better act fast.

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[Deal] Pick up a Kingston microSD card for cheap through Amazon today

Sony_Xperia_Z3v_Right_Side_MicroSD_Port_Cover_Opened_TAIf you’ve been looking for a new SD card to pop in your phone, Amazon is running a special on Kingston microSD cards today with some pretty heft discounts. The cards start at $5.49 for the 16 GB option and run all the way up to $70 for the 128 GB version, which might be the cheapest we’ve seen that size card go down to.

At these prices, it might be worth it to pick up a few to expand your phone or tablet’s storage room, or just to keep a few in case you get a new device that needs one. Read more

[Deal] Pebble smartwatch available for $89, Pebble Steel for $149

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This month, backers of the very successful Pebble Time campaign on Kickstarter will receive their smartwatches. Once backers receive their units, the Pebble Time will likely replace the older models on the company site. That could by why both the Pebble and Pebble Steel smartwatches are discounted right now directly from the company. The original Pebble is available for just $89 and a selection of six straps cost $15 each. The Pebble Steel’s discount is even steeper at $149 and buyers can include a metal strap for an additional $20.

The same discount also applies to models sold through Amazon with eligibility for the retailer’s free two-day shipping for Prime subscribers.

What smartwatch, if any, do you have your eyes set on? Let us know in the comments.

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