We’re on the second day of Amazon’s two-day shopping event, so there’s no time to waste if you’re looking to take advantage of the sales on digital entertainment. Fall is here and that means movie nights and even more time spent inside curled up in front of your TV. So now’s the best time to stock up on some entertainment to last through these chilly months.
Prime Video Channels
Right now, select Prime Video Channels are on sale for just 99 cents a month for 2 months. Most of these channels usually range from $3.99 to $7.99 a month, so that’s a savings of up to $14 for two months. Channels included in the sale are Showtime, Starz, Epix, Noggin, PBS Masterpiece, History Channel Vault, Sundance Now, A&E Crime Central, PBS Documentaries, Motortrend, UP Faith & Family, Pantaya, UMC, Lifetime, and Moveisphere.
Rent or Buy
Amazon has tons of movies and shows on sale for Prime Day, it’s just a matter of picking which ones you want! You can own Frozen 2 for just 10 bucks, snag iconic favorites like Mean Girls, get your Halloween movie watchlist all lined up with The Invisible Man, Hocus Pocus, Get Out, and more.
This is just a small list of highlights from the sale:
- Birds of Prey buy for $7.99
- Frozen 2 buy for $9.99
- Mean Girls buy for $9.99
- Hocus Pocus buy for $9.99
- Moneyball buy for $7.99
- Skyfall buy for $7.99
- Pitch Perfect rent for $1.99
- Yellowstone Season 2 buy for $9.99
- 1917 rent for $2.99
- Sonic the Hedgehog rent for $2.99
- The Invisible Man buy for $7.99
- The King of Staten Island rent for $2.99
- Spies in Disguise buy for $9.99
- The Big Bang Theory Final Season buy for $7.99
- The Way Back buy for $8.99
- The Gentlemen buy for $7.99
- Trolls World Tour rent for $2.99
- You Should Have Left rent for $2.99
- Bad Boys For Life buy for $8.99
- The Hunt rent for $2.99
- Most Wanted rent for $2.99
- The Last Full Measure rent for $2.99
- Fantasy Island buy for $7.99
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Tmera studied journalism at Utah State University where her career began as Senior News Writer for the campus publication. After a few stops along the way, her love of writing and media led her to Cord Cutters News where she reports on breaking headlines, device updates, programming highlights, and more. Before joining the CCN team, Tmera worked in broadcast news, freelance writing, and radio.