Best Prime Day 2023 Streaming Deals: Save On Devices, Services, and More

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Whether you’re looking for a new streaming player, smart TV, or streaming service, Amazon’s Prime Day 2023 shopping event has plenty of streaming deals and savings for you to consider.


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Prime Day 2023 runs through June 11 and June 12 and even before the event Amazon had already started offering good discounts on streaming services. For example, you can currently subscribe to a number of services for just 99 cents a month for the first two months, or save 50% on an AMC+ or Paramount+ subscription when signing up through Prime Video Channels.

As is usually the case with Prime Day, it is best to have a Prime membership to maximize savings and shipping. You can take advantage of a 30-day Amazon Prime free trial (if not already a Prime member), which is more than long enough to cover this year’s Prime Day event.


Prime Day 2023 Streaming Deals

Check out the latest and best streaming deals available during Prime Day 2023. Keep in mind that these are all limited-time deals and while supplies last.

Best Streaming Player Deals

In need of a new streaming player? Here are the best deals you can currently get through Amazon.

Best Smart TV Deals

In need of a new smart TV? Here are the best deals you can currently get through Amazon.


Amazon Fire TV 2-Series TV

Amazon Fire TV 4-Series TV

Amazon Fire TV Omni Series TV

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Best Streaming Service Deals

In need of a new streaming service? Here are the best deals you can currently get through Prime Video.

99-Cent Streaming Services (first 2 months)

50% Off Streaming Services (first 2 months)

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