It’s impossible to have too much entertainment at your fingertips right now, and that’s why it’s the perfect time to try out Amazon Prime and enjoy Amazon Prime Video. At the moment, there’s a one-month free trial of Amazon Prime which gives you access to everything that Prime Video can supply.
Through Amazon Prime Video, you can watch Amazon Originals like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, and the highly acclaimed Good Omens. You can also check out hundreds of great films including all the pre-Daniel Craig Bond films, The Big Sick, Eighth Grade, and blockbuster hits like the latest Mission Impossible movie — Fallout.
That’s before you take into account that the one-month free trial also includes access to Prime Video Channels, which includes services like Showtime, CBS All Access, and HBO. You won’t run out of shows to watch here as those channels including major hits like Westworld and Homeland. There are plenty more movies available through these channels, too, with options for all the family so you’ll all enjoy your time with Amazon Prime Video.
While you’re stuck at home bored, Amazon Prime Video is the ideal way to keep you and your family entertained. Combine it with offers like the Disney+ free trial and you won’t run out of options any time soon.
By signing up to Amazon Prime Video, you also get a one-month free trial of Amazon Prime. Included with that is fast and free shipping with many items shipping within two days across the country, Prime Music access, exclusive Twitch Prime promotions, and discounted membership to Amazon Music Unlimited. Combine all those loves and you’re really not going to run out of choices. You can enjoy extra in-game items via Twitch, listen to music ad-free and unlimited via Prime Music, and more.
Shopping benefits are also available with exclusive savings for Prime members at Whole Foods Market. That’s sure to be useful at a time like this, with Amazon Fresh also making home deliveries a little easier.
Dive into a one-month free trial of Amazon Prime today, and enjoy some great extras.
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