We could all use a bit of creativity and connectivity in our lives right now, and this month’s edition of Possible with Pay offers just the solution. We’re highlighting some great Amazon Pay merchants that help promote learning, creativity, and entertainment, each of them just a click, tap, or voice command away. From streaming video to crafting supplies, we’ve got you covered. Check out 8 of our favourite purveyors of learning and entertainment products below.

Support your favourite influencer with Twitch

No one does live streaming better than Twitch. Though the platform has traditionally been associated with gaming, its interactive channels also feature concerts, talk shows, open-forum chats, and specialty streams about any subject you can think of. It also includes an easy donation option which allows you to support your favourite streamer.

Unlimited digital comics from Comixology

If you’re a comics fanatic missing regular trips to the comic book store, consider investing in a Comixology subscription. It’s like Kindle for comics, graphic novels, and manga, with new and classic titles available with just a click. Members also enjoy 10-15% discounts on many titles from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, and more.

Computers and gaming accessories from Overclockers UK

Overlockers is both an excellent online PC store and, thanks to its popular forums, a hub for the gaming community. If you’re interested in modded computers that provide maximum strength and speed, Overclockers should be your new favorite site. You don’t need to be a gamer to find something interesting that can vastly improve your interconnected life here.

Toys from The Entertainer

Beginning as a local toy shop in Amersham in the early ‘80s, The Entertainer now operates 124 locations and a huge online store. They’ve become a respected destination for toys of all kinds—indoor and outdoor, educational and recreational, brand7yyyys big and small. Even amidst current setbacks, they are offering expedited shipping on items your child is certain to love.

Butterfly and caterpillar kits from Insect Lorea

Insect Lore is a lot more than a simple bug store. In the ‘60s, the company pioneered making butterfly kits for children. During the next few decades, they became a staple in classrooms as well as homes, and saw their butterflies launched into space. Today, the company provides a wide range of deliverable products for budding young entomologists.

Craft supplies from Hobbycraft

Hobbycraft is the largest arts and crafts retailer in the UK. If you’re looking for around-the-house craft projects for yourself or your family, you’re guaranteed to find all the ingredients you need and more at their site. It’s a great place to get ideas too, thanks to their expansive blog, which offers over 1,500 different tutorials.

Gaming with Torn City

Some of us need deeply immersive gaming experiences to get through these isolating times. Allow us to recommend Torn City, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game in which users build a whole new life for themselves in a dangerous new world. Free to play, with around 40,000 users active every day, it’s certainly worth seeing what the fuss is about.

Gaming and electronics from ShopTo

With unbeatable deals on games, consoles, TV, and other electronics, ShopTo is a great one-stop-shop for the quarantined gamer looking for a new challenge or an upgrade for their rig. Check out their Sale section for an impressive array of discounted games that you won’t walk away from empty-handed.



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