Amazon Prime Members can watch content for less?
For the next three months with a limited time offer, Amazon Prime members are offered access to TV shows such as Power Book II: Ghost and Doom Patrol for just 99p a month. Amazon Prime members will be able to sign up for selected Prime Video Channels, from 2nd October until 14th October. And that’s on top of the standard Amazon Prime Video content they already have access to for less money.
The extra channels include Acorn TV which has shows including The Crimson Petal and the White and Boomers and Starzplay, which houses Power Book II: Ghost, Doom Patrol, The Great and Pennyworth.
Some other channel members will be offered access to History Play, which features Ancient Aliens and The UnXplained with William Shatner. And Discovery, whose catalogue includes Deadliest Catch and Gold Divers.
Members can watch Killer in Plain Sight and Homicide Hunter, and BFI Player, in Crime and Investigation, which features films including Cure and Harmonium.
However, the offer is for limited time and valid for only three months. After which you’ll automatically be paying the regular subscription price of £4.99 per month (or £3.99 per month for History Play and Crime and Investigation) for the signed up channels unless the member cancels the subscription.
The amazing offer is only for Amazon Prime members so, if you are not a member yet. You need to sign up first to avail it.
It is the best time for you to get into that series you have been waiting to binge watch.
Perks by Amazon
It’s officially Amazon Prime Day 2020 and the holiday season is right around the corner. You will want to be an Amazon Prime subscriber.
An Amazon Prime membership offers many convenient perks, at $12 a month, making it an excellent investment for its cost. One big perk, however, is free one- or two-day shipping on most items sold by Amazon.
The Amazon Prime membership is $119 a year, but selected groups are entitled for a low-priced membership. For example, students usually get only a 50% off on Prime memberships ($6/month) but are still able to enjoy exclusive discounts.
They can also avail the offer of a free six-month Prime trial. On the other hand, for qualifying customers with an EBT or Medicaid card, Prime is also discounted ($6/month). In case if you cannot decide which online membership is better for you. Here is your answer. With a cheaper competition like Walmart+ entering the game, more than 150 million members worldwide evidently think Prime is worth the money.