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Prime Video Channel Deals: Score Up to 87% Off Paramount+, Starz, MGM+ & More for 2 Months

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If you’ve been looking to sign up for Starz, Paramount+, MGM+ and other popular streaming channels, Amazon’s Digital Week streaming deal is one you won’t want to miss. From now until Jan. 1, 2024, you can score most Prime Video channels for only $1.99 for the first two months — meaning you can watch all your favorite holiday movies, series and more without breaking the bank.

Select Prime Video channel prices are being slashed during its final deal of the year, and since the discounted streaming services usually cost up to $14.99 a month on their own, this deal essentially gets you up to an 87% off discount on a monthly subscription, or two full months of service starting at less than $5.

You can also use the limited deal to get 83% off Paramount+ with Showtime for two months, and stream exclusive content at a discount.

With Amazon’s Paramount+ with Showtime deal, you’ll get their premium plan option, which includes access to Showtime programs, since the two streamers recently merged. You’ll get instant access to original series and movies from both channels such as NFL on CBS, Lawmen: Bass Reeves, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie, Last Holiday, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, 1923, 1883, Tulsa King, Rabbit Hole, Ink Master, The Offer, Halo, Evil, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, The Good Wife, Star Trek: Discovery, Yellowjackets, George & Tammy, Couples Therapy, Billions, Dexter: New Blood and network shows including Big Brother.

Love Starz? Stream must-watch shows including Joy Ride, Home Alone, Raising Kanan, Hunger Games collection, Outlander, Run the World, The Serpent Queen, Blindspotting, P-Valley, Gaslit and the entire Power franchise for less than $1 per month for two months. You’ll also find a selection of movies that are currently 50% off for Black Friday.

Other channels included in the Cyber Week streaming deal are ViX Premium, Crunchyroll, BET+, PBS Masterpiece, Acorn TV, PBS Docs, Lifetime Movie Club, History Vault, PBS Living, A&E Crime Central, Great American Pure Flix, BBC Select, Shudder, HIDIVE, PBS Kids and The Great Course.

Movie lovers can also take advantage of films and TV shows to rent or buy for as low as $2, which you can browse through here. You don’t need a Prime membership to snag these deals.

Digital Week deals won’t be going on forever, so you’ll want to act fast to save big on your favorite streamers. Keep in mind, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to score the 75% off streaming deal. Not a Prime member? Click here to start your free 30-day free trial. That’ll give you instant access to shop this Prime Channels deal along with exclusive Prime member-only sales and more.

If you’re a student, you can take advantage of the student membership, which gives you a free six month trial as well as 50% off the membership fee. Click here to launch your free trial. And, if you’re a part of a qualifying government program, you can snag an EBT/Medicaid membership that comes with a 30-day free trial and half off membership fee. Click here to start your free trial.

Amazon is also offering deals on Audible and Amazon Music Unlimited. Right now, you can get free Amazon Music Unlimited for up to four months, but only for a limited time. Amazon Music Unlimited plans costs Prime members $8.99/month after the free trial ends. See full details here.

For more product recommendations, check out our roundups of the best TV deals, streaming device deals and affordable streaming options.

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