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Amazon Prime Video is offering a selection of movies and TV shows to rent or buy for up to 50% off, which are available to stream right now.
Prime members may also subscribe to channels such as Epix and Lifetime Movie Club for $0.99 per month for up to two months, which can be canceled at any time.
New movie releases like “1917” are $2.99 to rent, while “Jumanji: The Next Level” is $8.99 to purchase. Or, watch the entire second season of “Yellowstone” for $9.99.
For access to even more great deals, check out all of our Prime Day 2020 coverage, which runs October 13 to 14.
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Amazon Prime Day 2020 begins in just a few days, on October 13 and 14, but Amazon is already offering early-access deals to stream discounted Prime Video titles for up to 50% off.
Prime Video includes access to a large selection of movies, TV shows, and subscriptions that you can rent or purchase.
During this year’s sale, Prime Video rentals start at $1.99 for titles like “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” while new releases are only $1 more for titles such as the Academy Award-winning “1917.” Once you’ve rented a title, you have 30 days to start watching and 48 hours to finish the movie once you’ve started it.
If that’s not enough time, movie purchases are discounted too, ranging from $4.99 for favorites like “Mean Girls,” to $7.99 for newer options like “Birds of Prey.”
Or, binge watch TV shows such as the second season of “Yellowstone” for $9.99, or the final season of “The Big Bang Theory” for $7.99.
Prime members may also subscribe to channels including PBS Masterpiece, Epix, and Lifetime Movie Club for $0.99 per month for up to two months, which can be canceled at any time.
To make the most of Prime Day, make sure you’re enrolled as a member and sign up for a free 30-day trial to access all of the 1 million+ sitewide deals on Prime Day 2020.
Find all movies and TV shows available to purchase or rent on Prime Video here, and sign up for a Prime Video channel free trial here.
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Source:: Business Insider