Amazon Prime members can watch content for less with a great deal


Amazon Prime members can access shows, including Power Book II: Ghost and Fate Patrol for just 99p per month for the next three months with a limited time offer.

Of today (October 2) until October 14, Amazon Prime members will be able to subscribe to a selection of Prime Video channels – in addition to the standard Amazon Prime Video content they already have access to – for less.

These additional channels include Starzplay, which hosts Power Book II: Ghost, Fate Patrol, Great and Pennyworthand Acorn TV, which offers shows including The crimson petal and the white and Les baby-boomers.


Other channels that members can access may include Discovery, whose catalog includes Deadliest take and Gold diversand History Play, which includes Ancient aliens and The UnXplained avec William Shatner.

There is also Crime and Investigation, which you can watch Killer in plain sight and Homicide hunterand BFI Player, which offers films, including Cure and Harmonium.

Amazon Prime members can now access selected Prime Video channels for 99p per month for three months so that you can try out all those channels and shows that you have been looking for.

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But it’s a limited-time offer for only three months, after which you’ll automatically pay the regular subscription price of £ 4.99 per month (or £ 3.99 per month pour History Play et Crime and Investigation) for channels you’ve subscribed to, unless you cancel your subscription.

This offer is only open to Amazon Prime members – if you are not yet a member, you can sign up here.

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