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Just in time for holiday binge watching, Amazon has launched a number of new offers on its Prime Video Channels page, which allows you to subscribe to premium streaming services and download movies using your Amazon account — for cheap.
Prime Video Channels typically cost between $4.99 and $10.99 per month (the price they’d be if you subscribed on their respective websites), but right now, you can get a subscription to AMC, BET+, Showtime, Starz, Paramount+ and more for just $1.99 a month.
Part of Amazon’s holiday offers, the new deal locks in the $1.99 price for your first two months. You can then choose to continue on with the regular price or cancel your subscription (note: this deal is only on until Jan. 1 so you’ll want to add these channels to cart before the deal expires).
Use the deal to watch Everything Everywhere All at Once on Showtime, Yellowjackets on Showtime, or the new Sylvester Stallone show Tulsa King on Paramount+.
The Prime Channels deal also includes the Latino-themed Vix+, Hallmark Movies Now (to watch all your Hallmark Christmas movies online), Lifetime Movie Channel, Noggin, Acorn, Motortrend and more.
Subscribe to the channels through your Amazon account to get the $1.99 offer. Then, you can log into the streamers on your usual streaming device (I.e. Fire TV Stick or Apple TV). See the full list of streaming services on sale for $1.99 here.
Amazon is also offering a streaming deal for sports fans: Amazon Prime members can now add NBA League Pass to their channel lineup for just $69.99 a year (regularly $99.99). Use it to watch basketball games from around the league, including out-of-market games, and have NBA League Pass for the entire season.
Keep in mind: these Amazon streaming deals are only reserved for Amazon Prime members, so you’ll need to have a Prime membership to get the discounted streaming rates.