The Season 11 premiere of Shark Tank just aired on September 29. That one episode could cost you $2.99 to buy, but if you want you can reserve the entire season in standard definition for only $1.99. Just click this little link here and go to "More Purchase Options." You'll see the $1.99 availability there. Of course, you'll have to wait for the episodes to come out, but it's nice you'll be getting them without paying anymore for the rest of the year.
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Amazon Music Unlimited HD
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Amazon Fire TV Cube
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Amazon Fire TV Stick
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If you don't know what Shark Tank is, it's a reality TV series that focuses on business. The "sharks" are investors that serve as a sort of panel and listen to business ideas from eager guppies. These entrepeneurs have to present a valid business model, concepts, and products and then get their ideas torn apart by the sharks. If the idea is good enough, investors can willingly put their own money into the idea.
The show is popular enough that sometimes just showing up is enough to boost sales. And many times the entrepeneurs back out of the handshake deals made on the show because they just wanted the publicity. If you have an interest in business, pitch meetings, or how to start up your own little company, this is the show to watch.
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