Nab Free Supply Drops in Call of Duty: WWII as an Amazon Prime Member Now

Get free goodies on behalf of Amazon and Twitch!

If you’re an Amazon or Twitch Prime member (which you may very well be both, especially if you pay for Amazon Prime), you’ve got goodies waiting for you in Call of Duty: WWII. You can grab a couple of supply drops that are guaranteed to contain Rare items as a reward for your patronage.

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The promotion will run from Jan. 2 through Jan. 23, and Twitch/Amazon Prime subscribers will get a Rare supply drop with three items in the package. They’ll also get an Epic supply drop, with one guaranteed Epic item. If you want to pick up both boxes, you can log into your Twitch account and claim them from there.

Going forward, Activision will be putting up new Call of Duty: WWII goodies for subscribers every month, and new signups will get a Zombies Bomb Voyage weapon camo pack as well to round out the awesome. This should get you in great shape, game-wise, for when the Resistance expansion comes out Jan. 30.

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