Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.
Budget-friendly binge watch: Amazon Prime Video members can add channels like Paramount+, Discovery+, or AMC+ to their accounts for 99 cents per month for two months. (Price is per channel.)
There’s something so disheartening about realizing a show or movie on your watchlist is on a streaming service you don’t have.
But for the next two months, Amazon Prime Video members can access some of the Big Ones for under $1 per month. For a limited time, subscribers can add channels like Paramount+, AMC+, Discovery+, Showtime, and more for 99 cents. These subscriptions typically cost anywhere from $3.99/month to $10.99/month, which means you’ll save between $6 and $20 over two months.
Here are some options to squeeze into those two months:
Paramount+ (usually $9.99/month) is home to content from channels like Nickelodeon, MTV, and CBS. This is the place to stream old Nick shows like The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron and new movies like Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin.
Discovery+ (usually $4.99/month) is home to content from channels like TLC, HGTV, and BBC Earth. This is the place to find comfort background shows like Holiday Baking Championship and Planet Earth.
AMC+ (usually $8.99/month) is home to content from AMC, of course, and channels like Shudder and Sundance. This is the place to watch The Walking Dead (again) or have yourself a cozy winter horror marathon.
Other big channels participating in the deal are Showtime (Dexter: New Blood), Starz (Little Women, Elf, the Saw movies), and Epix (Saint Maud, Rocketman, The Peanut Butter Falcon). Noggin, PBS Masterpiece, Britbox, Lifetime Movie Club, PBS Kids, Allblk, PBS Kids or PBS Documentaries, UP Faith and Family, A&E Crime Central, Motortrend, and Ryan and Friends Plus are options, too.