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(written from a Production point of view) logo is the world's largest online retailer and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA. It was founded by Jeff Bezos, an avid fan of the Star Trek franchise who had a brief cameo in Star Trek Beyond.

Exclusive home video releasesEdit

Star Trek Edit

Star Trek Amazon Blu-ray set exclusive Star Trek Blu-ray set exclusively retailed a Blu-ray version of Star Trek which contained a QMx model of the USS Enterprise in 2009. The metal model was limited to an edition of 5000 pieces.

Star Trek Into Darkness Edit

STID 3D Amazon phaser giftset Star Trek Into Darkness Blu-ray 3D set

In 2013, exclusively carried a 3D Blu-ray Disc edition of Star Trek Into Darkness which contained a QMx phaser replica.

Star Trek Beyond Edit

A number of Amazon-exclusive editions of the home video release of Star Trek Beyond included a QMx "Mini Masters" seven-inch replica of the USS Franklin or a three-pack of Snapco miniature starships. These sets were released in November 2016.

Amazon Prime Edit

Amazon Prime is a service that allows customers to pay a annual fee for unlimited two-day shipping. As part of the service, Amazon offers a free eBook from its lending library each month and free video streaming of select older titles.

For subscribers, all Original Series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise episodes are currently available to stream for free. Original Series and Next Generation episodes are available in remastered high definition format. subscribers can watch both the original and remastered editions of The Original Series and the entirety of Voyager.

During its pre-production in 2016, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime all vied for the rights to stream the Star Trek: Discovery series. The latter two companies' bids were not successful. [1]

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