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Exploring new horizons just got easier—or at least cheaper. Prime Day, Amazon's annual shopping event with tons of markdowns, officially begins on Tuesday, July 12, but the deals are already rolling. Among them is a great offer on Prime Video Channels that will save you more than 90% off of two months of streaming from Paramount+.
You'll have to sign up (or be signed up) for Amazon Prime to qualify for the deal. A standard Prime subscription will give you access to Prime Video, including series like The Boys, The Legend of Vox Machina and much more, for $14.99/month. If you sign up for Paramount+ between now and July 13 with Prime Video Channels, you'll pay $0.99/month for two months, saving $18 overall. After that, the subscription will cost $9.99/month on top of your Prime subscription cost.
Paramount+ is home to new series, including Star Trek: Discovery, Halo and more. With the deal you can start watching one of the most recent releases, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, a prequel story to Star Trek: The Original Series that features favorite characters like Spock (Ethan Peck), Nyota Uhura (Celia Rose Gooding) and Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) as they travel on the USS Enterprise to explore the galaxy.
Prime Video is available to Amazon Prime customers in more than 200 countries and territories, and can be accessed through most web browsers with an internet connection. Prime Video is also available as a streaming app on numerous devices, including iOS and Android, Amazon Fire TV devices, Roku devices, Xbox, PlayStation, smart TVs and more.
This deal won't stick around for too long, so be sure to sign up if you've been waiting for a discount to dive into Halo, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and more.
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