Cheap, ubiquitous electronics like cell phones and laptops have become so ubiquitous, they’re often sold for under $1,000 on online resellers.
But some companies like Amazon have been selling them for as little as $20 on eBay.
Now, the company has announced that its electronic signature service is now free for customers on all of its retail and business accounts.
The new offer includes an assortment of gadgets and accessories that include tablets, printers, scanners, headphones, cameras, and more.
It also includes a “digital signature card” that allows customers to easily send electronic signatures to each other.
It’s not clear exactly how many people will be eligible for the free service, but if the new offer lasts long enough, it could bring in some serious cash.
[Related: Apple Watch 4 review]Costco said in a statement that the new service “allows us to offer an unparalleled opportunity to connect customers with our top-of-the-line products, while delivering a seamless online experience.”
It said it plans to offer “new, exclusive and high-quality electronic signature cards for customers of all ages and income levels,” and is also “investing in additional electronic signature products.”
It’s not the first time Amazon has offered free electronic signature services, and it’s not necessarily the first to offer them to its customers.
Earlier this year, Amazon offered its own online signature service called Amazon Signature, which offered up to $20 in free electronic signatures for Amazon Prime members.
The digital signature service for Apple Watch was discontinued in August 2016 after its developers released a bug that allowed Apple users to steal the company’s digital signature.