[Deal Alert] Prime Exclusive Moto X4 on sale for $249.99 ($100 off) via Amazon

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Motorola made some changes to its Prime Exclusive phones recently to make them less annoying but also less economical. They cost a bit more, but you don’t have ads on the lock screen anymore. The price isn’t a problem for the Moto X4 right now, which is deeply discounted to $ 250. With the removal of ads, this is a great deal.

The standard Moto version of the X4 costs $ 400, and the Prime version is usually $ 50 cheaper.

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Deal: Moto X4 at Prime Exclusive price of $250 (US only)

Several weeks after Google’s Project Fi discounted the Moto X4 down to $ 250, now Amazon is matching the price for its Prime members until the end of the day. Available in Sterling Blue or Super Black, the phone is discounted from $ 400 and comes with 32 GB storage and some preloaded Amazon apps. The Moto X4 arrived in the US with 3 GB RAM and Android Nougat out of the box, but units have already started receiving Oreo 8.0. Other specs include Snapdragon 630 chipset, dual 12 MP + 8 MP wide-angle camera setup, 16 MP selfie snapper and 3,000 mAh battery. Once the $ 250 deal is done,…

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Amazon will reward Prime members for shopping at Whole Foods

Amazon has announced that its Rewards Visa will now offer users the same level of reward when they shop at Whole Foods as they receive at Amazon itself. Eligible Prime members will now receive a flat five percent bonus on all purchases at Whole Foods…
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The Amazon Prime credit card will start giving 5 percent back on Whole Foods purchases

And non-Prime members with the regular Amazon Rewards Visa card will earn 3 percent back.

The Amazon-ification of Whole Foods continues.

Starting on Tuesday, Whole Foods shoppers who pay with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card will earn 5 percent back at the grocery chain’s U.S. stores.

Amazon customers who aren’t Prime members, but who pay with the regular Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card, will earn 3 percent back.

When Amazon purchased Whole Foods for $ 14 billion last year, it promised that the Prime shipping and entertainment membership program would become the loyalty program of Whole Foods, too.

Earlier this month, it started delivering on that promise by offering free two-hour delivery from Whole Foods to Prime members in four cities. This week’s announcement marks another big step, and likely not the last.

The company is hoping that the perks will get more Prime members shopping from Whole Foods, and get existing customers to shop more frequently. Amazon also likely saves some money on credit card fees when Whole Foods customers pay with one of its branded cards than with another credit card.

Amazon has made some other moves since the takeover. In August, Amazon cut prices of some Whole Foods bestsellers by as much as 43 percent. But by December, there were reports of some prices inching higher. The e-commerce giant has also started selling Amazon Echo devices inside Whole Foods stores.

It has also faced challenges. Whole Foods stores have faced food shortages that employees blame on a new inventory-management system.

Amazon cardholders who earn rewards at Whole Foods stores can choose to convert them into a statement credit or can redeem them online to make purchases on Amazon or on other eligible sites.

Amazon customers who have the Amazon Prime Store Card — not the Amazon Rewards Visa credit card — won’t earn money back at Whole Foods. The company would not say why.

Some other credit cards — such as the American Express Blue Cash Preferred Card — give as much as 6 percent back for grocery store purchases. But that one, in particular, comes with a $ 95 annual fee.


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Best movies and TV shows on Amazon Prime

Amazon is continuously adding new movies and TV shows to its Prime video streaming service, and each week, we’ll bring you the best it has to offer!

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In this week’s selection of films and shows on Amazon Prime, we start with an old cowboy who nobody believed in must deliver justice for his murdered partner by putting together a posse to hunt down and capture an outlaw. A young James T. Kirk embarks on his first mission aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise when a Romulan from the future heads back in time to destroy the United Federation of Planets in its younger days. Finally, a pair of brothers scheme to turn their fortunes around by robbing the Charlotte Motor Speedway with the help of their sister and a safecracker that they bust out of prison in time for the Memorial Day Coca-Cola 600 race.

  • The Ballad of Lefty Brown – An old cowboy that nobody believes in sets out on a mission of justice after his friend, a U.S. Marshal, is murdered right in front of him. Along the way, he gathers a posse that must work together in order to bring the outlaw in from the brutal western wilderness in order to face his punishment.
  • Star Trek – This 2009 film follows an alternate version of the Star Trek universe from the one most of us know, and follows the early adventures of James T. Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Uhura, and the other members of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise and their efforts to stop a renegade Romulan who has traveled back in time in order to destroy the Federation.
  • Logan Lucky – Jimmy and Clyde Logan plan an elaborate robbery of the Charlotte Motor Speedway in an effort to reverse a curse that they believe is on their family. To pull the robbery off, they recruit a team that includes their sister Mellie and convicted safecracker Joe Bang. Things get complicated when construction plans at the speedway force the brothers to move up their timetable to the much busier Coca-Cola 600 race that takes place on Memorial Day.

Looking ahead

This week’s new additions to Amazon’s Prime Video lineup starts with the second half of the first season of Amazon original series The Tick, which follows the continuing exploits of the titular superhero. You’ll also be able to catch the fourth season of Amazon’s Thunderbirds Are Go!, in which the International Rescue crew must once again square off against two of their most fearsome enemies, The Mechanic and The Hood.

  • The Tick – Season 1B – Set in a world in which superheroes have been real for awhile, an accountant struggling with mental health issues comes to believe the his city is owned by a super villian. While trying to uncover the truth, the accountant finds himself in the company of a hero known as The Tick. Arrives February 23.
  • Thunderbirds Are Go! – Season 4 – International Rescue has returned for a fourth season of dangerous adventure, with the Tracy Brothers back to help people in trouble all around the world in their amazing Thunderbirds. The team must once again go up against the The Hood and The Mechanic, who have both escaped from prison in order to continue wreaking havoc across the world. Arrives February 23.

If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you can try the service free for 30 days right here. Bookmark this page and check back next week for more from Amazon!

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