Amazon Prime Day is here, and so are 99-cent streaming deals

Amazon Prime Day is here, and so are 99-cent streaming deals

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Amazon Prime Day is a great time to save, especially on purchases that can help improve your at-home entertainment set-up. Prime Day is happening now and will run until July 12 (midnight PST, to be exact), and whether it’s a deal on a new pair of headphones or even a Funko Pop figure, there are plenty of items marked down.

And this is especially true for movie and TV show buffs. Shoppers can expand their streaming library for less, as there are impressive streaming deals available this Prime Day. We’re talking epic markdowns on channel subscriptions such as AMC , Starz, Paramount , Max, and more through Amazon Prime Video

Right now, you can gain access to some of Amazon Prime Video’s most popular streaming channels for just $0.99 for the first two months, while other channels, such as Max, are half off their original subscription fee for the first two months. Adding one or more of the channel subscriptions that are currently offered on sale this Prime Day will bulk up your viewing selections instantly, and who doesn’t like to have more options to choose from? 

Daisy Jones and the Six

Riley Keough and Sam Claflin as Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne

| Credit: Lacey Terrell/Prime Video

A Prime Membership is needed to take advantage of these Prime Day streaming deals. It’s an ideal time to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime, as shoppers will instantly gain access to every exclusive deal across all categories on Amazon. Plus, Prime members get complimentary two-day shipping, so orders always arrive in a convenient time frame. 

Keep reading and uncover the best Prime Day video and streaming deals.

Best Subscription Deals for Blockbuster Movies and TV Shows

Joel (Pedro Pascal) carries an unconscious Ellie (Bella Ramsey) out of the hospital on ‘The Last of Us’

Joel (Pedro Pascal) carries an unconscious Ellie (Bella Ramsey) out of the hospital on ‘The Last of Us’

| Credit: Liane Hentscher/HBO

Max has a library filled with some of the most talked-about titles, including dramas like Succession, the post-apocalyptic sci-fi series The Last of Us, and suspenseful horror comedy films like The Menu. Anime fans will be happy to know they can find plenty of Studio Ghibli films on Max, such as Howl’s Moving Castle, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, and Spirited Away — to name just a few of the beautifully animated films available through the Max streaming service. Right now, you can subscribe to Max for $8 per month for the first two months, which is 50 percent off its usual $16 subscription fee. 

Subscribe now! Max, $7.99 per month (orig. $15.99 per month) at for The Last of Us, Succession, and Spirited Away

If you haven’t checked out Starz yet, a subscription to the channel gives you access to Starz original and exclusive shows, such as Outlander, the historical drama based on the Outlander novels by author Diana Gabaldon, which is currently airing season 7. There are also plenty of popular movie titles to steam on Starz such as Spider-Man: No Way Home and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.

Subscribe now! Starz, $0.99 per month (orig. $8.99 per month) at for Outlander, Power, and Spider-Man: No Way Home

Other noteworthy subscriptions to add are AMC , which has an expansive library of content, including the supernatural series, A Discovery of Witches, the new adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel Interview with the Vampire, and well-known classic drama movies, such as Scarface. If you’re interested in revisiting more favorite movies, add on Cinemax, which is filled with films from all genres.

Subscribe now! Paramount , $5.99 per month (orig. $9.99 per month) at for iCarly, Mayor Of Kingstown, and Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves 

Subscribe now! AMC , $4.49 per month (orig. $8.99 per month) at for A Discovery of Witches, Scarface, and Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire

Subscribe now! Cinemax, $0.99 per month (orig. $9.99 per month) at for The Impossible, The Outsiders, and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

Best Subscription Deals for Kids


Steve Burns as Steve on ‘Blue’s Clues.’

| Credit: Everett Collection

When it comes to entertaining the little ones, there’s nothing quite like classic cartoons and TV shows. Both Noggin and PBS Kids have tons of options to choose from, including Blue’s Clues (starting with season 1 featuring the beloved Steve Burns as host), Arthur, and Peppa Pig. Each streaming channel is going for just 99 cents right now.

Subscribe now! Noggin, $0.99 per month (orig. $7.99 per month) at for Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups, Peppa Pig, and Blue’s Clues

Subscribe now! PBS Kids, $0.99 per month (orig. $4.99) at for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Arthur, and The Berenstain Bears

Best Subscription Deals for Feel-Good TV and Movies

Sanditon, Season 3: Official Trailer


| Credit: Masterpiece PBS

If diving into a mystery, getting lost in a heartwarming romance, or heading back in time to see a story unfold are top priorities when finding a show or film to stream, feel-good content is always the move. Add PBS Masterpiece to watch Jane Austen’s last unfinished novel, Sandition, come to life and Hallmark Movies Now to check out sweet movies like Sweet Pecan Summer and Murder, She Baked.

Subscribe now! PBS Masterpiece, $0.99 per month (orig. $5.99 per month) at for Sandition, Downton Abbey, and Miss Scarlett and the Duke

Subscribe now! Hallmark Movies Now, $0.99 per month (orig. $5.99 per month) at for Sweet Pecan Summer, When Calls the Heart, and Murder, She Baked 

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