If you’re currently on the hunt for a new streaming service, Prime Video is now offering a number of popular streaming subscriptions at just $0.99 per month for each of the first two months. Depending on the service, this deal results in savings of up to $9 per month.
Prime Video offers access to a wide variety of subscription services and signing up through Amazon Prime Video offers the additional benefit of not having to worry about managing separate apps and services.
Now, and in the build up to Prime Day 2023, Amazon is offering popular streaming service subscriptions at just 99 cents per month for two months, and in some cases, the savings are substantial. For example, Cinemax and Stars both typically cost $9.99 per month through Prime Video Channels, resulting in a saving of $9 per month.
Prime Video Channels down to $0.99/mo. for 2 months:
- A&E Crime Central (usually $4.99 per month)
- Acorn TV (usually $6.99 per month)
- ALLBLK (usually $5.99 per month)
- BritBox (usually $7.99 per month)
- Cinemax (usually $9.99 per month)
- Hallmark Movies Now (usually $5.99 per month)
- Lifetime Movie Club (usually $4.99 per month)
- PBS Documentaries (usually $3.99 per month)
- PBS Kids (usually $4.99 per month)
- PBS Masterpiece (usually $5.99 per month)
- Noggin (usually $7.99 per month)
- ScreenPix (usually $2.99 per month)
- Starz (usually $9.99 per month)
- ViX Premium (usually $6.99 per month)
In addition to the above 99 cents deals, Amazon is also offering the option to sign up to an Amazon Music Unlimited & MGM+ bundle for just $0.99/mo. Unlike the other 99 cent deals, this one is good for the first three months.
As these are all Prime Day deals they will remain available through July 12, 2023. It should also be noted that all of these subscriptions will renew at the usual higher rates at the end of the promotional period.
The only way to avoid paying the higher rates after is to manually cancel the subscription before the end of the last discounted month. In addition, as all of these deals are offered through Prime Video, these subscriptions will also need to be canceled through Prime Video as well.