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Amazon is Offering 99 Cent/Month Prime Channels Until July 13th

Prime Day has become one of the biggest shopping days of the year. In 2022, the hype is bigger that ever and Amazon is offering some huge discounts for streaming service users already. Those include 99 cent Prime Channels.

This article will cover everything you need know ahead of Prime Day, as well as some other early deals to check out. Take note that the offers mentioned here are relevant to the United States but will vary by country.

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What are Prime Channels?

First let’s get this out of the way. If you have an active Amazon Prime membership, you get full access to Prime Video. This includes thousands of movies and shows you can stream over the internet, like the upcoming The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series. 

With Prime Video you can also add on Prime Channels for an additional fee. These include streaming services like Paramount+ and Discovery+

For example, if you subscribe to Paramount+ through Prime Channels, you’ll have access to all the movies and shows you’d get with a regular Paramount+ subscription. The difference is that you won’t switch between two different apps to watch them. Everything is conveniently housed together on Prime Video.

If you’re not a Prime member, you can sign up and get 30 days free here. College student? Get it free for six months here. EBT or Medicaid recipient? You can get Prime for 50% off. See if you qualify here

What's Included With This Deal?

Now let’s get into everything you need to know about this deal. From now until July 13th, you can get certain Prime Channels for 99 cents per month for up to 2 months

These include:

  • Paramount+
  • STARZ
  • Discovery+
  • Showtime
  • AMC+
  • Epix
  • Noggin
  • PBS Masterpiece
  • BET+
  • ACORNtv
  • ALLBLK
  • Hallmark Movies Now
  • PBS Kids
  • PBS Documentaries
  • Motortrend
  • Up Faith & Family
  • Movie Sphere
  • Pantaya

Some of these Prime Channels cost up $11/month without the discount, so this a big savings!

More Early Prime Day Deals

There’s some other early Prime Day deals that Amazon is offering right now for their subscribers. Those include:

  • One year of Grubhub+ for free. Get $0 delivery from assorted restaurants plus other savings and perks for a full twelve months. All you need to do is go here to activate it.
  • Roku players are on sale up to $40 off. To compare models, see our Roku Buyer’s Guide. Check out the latest pricing on Amazon here.
  • The HD Fire TV Stick is 57% off for $16.99. The Fire TV Cube is 50% off for $59.99.
  • If you plan to see Lightyear or Elvis in theaters, you can get a $5 Amazon credit to use on Prime Day. Get the deal here. 

For everything else, check out Amazon’s Prime Day landing page here. 

What to Expect for Prime Day

This year's Prime Day is from July 12th-13th. Amazon will have a number of deals throughout both days.

We won’t know the full details of everything until Prime Day itself. It’s reasonable to assume, though, that there could be some steep discounts on Amazon’s products including Fire TV devices and smart TVs.

Past years have included flash sales throughout both days, so check back often once Prime Day starts. On Shall I Stream It, we’ll send out updates on our website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages so stay tuned for everything you need to know here!

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Matt Davis
Matt Davishttp://shallistreamit.com
Matt Davis is a freelance writer, blogger, and YouTuber from the Kansas City area. As the creator and editor-in-chief of Shall I Stream It, he subscribes to more streaming services than his budget can technically handle. He is a fan of Star Wars, musical theater, and the Oxford comma.
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