Amazon Prime Day is nearly upon us, and for the uninitiated, the annual event on July 12 and 13 offers two days of epic deals for Prime members.
While the discounted deals on appliances, clothing and summer necessities are great, what we care about most pertains to streaming.
Subscribing to multiple streaming services can cost a pretty penny, but through the end of Prime Day, nearly a dozen streamers are offering introductory rates of 99 cents per month.
Yes, these deals only last for two months–and then the streaming subscriptions cost anywhere from $4.99 to $10.99 per month–but we recommend you take advantage while the time lasts.
The streaming subscriptions offered include Paramount+, Showtime, Starz, AMC+, EPIX, BET+, ALLBLK and Discovery+. So, if you want to watch the latest season of Evil, the newest Star Trek series on Paramount+ or Yellowjackets on Showtime to understand what all the buzz is about, now is the time to act.
Please be advised that to benefit from this unique offer, you must have an active Amazon Prime subscription. But just in time for Prime Day, if you aren’t already an Amazon Prime member, you may sign up for a free 30-day trial. Following the free trial, Amazon Prime costs $14.99 per month.