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By now, you probably know that Prime Day 2021 is under way, with deals across the internet on everything from rugs for 75% off to cookware deals. And, even though Prime Day is synonymous with Amazon, there are plenty of competitive Prime Day sales going on now too, like Walmart’s Deals For Days and Target’s Deals Days.
Even if you aren’t in the market for Prime Day luggage deals or TV deals, you might still want to know what cheap Prime Day deal are out there. And one inexpensive deal that’s worth pressing pause on is this Prime Day deal on The Office complete DVD box set.
The Office complete series DVD box set: $35 (orig. $80)
Unfortunately, The Office TV series was removed from Netflix this year and moved to Peacock, NBC’s in-house streaming service. Unless you’re obsessed with other NBC shows you’ll find on Peacock — like Modern Family and Girls5eva — it’s probably not worth the $5 to $10 monthly price tag of Peacock just to watch The Office whenever you want.
If you don’t need to add another streaming service to your lineup, during Prime Day you can get a complete DVD box set of The Office on sale for $35. Normally, this box set would cost you $80 — that’s a savings of 56%. You can also get the complete Blu-Ray box set of The Office for $106, but it’s unfortunately not on sale.
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