Prime Day Continues With Amazon Offering 50% Off Select Channels

Prime Day may be coming to an end today, but that doesn’t mean all the great deals also come to an end at 11:59 pm tonight. In addition to offering 50% off Showtime, STARZ, and CBS All Access for the first three months, Amazon is also offering the same deal to select channels through July 28, when you sign up through Amazon Prime Video Channels.

Channels included in the offer are PBS Kids, Noggin, Boomerang, NickHits, Shudder, Lifetime Movie Club, Sundance Now, MotorTrend On Demand, MTV Hits, PBS Living, PBS Masterpiece and Britbox

Showtime

Are you ready to binge Billions, Shameless, The Affair, or The Chi? The service comes with all their hit shows, movies, and content library on demand, as well as access to the Showtime East and Showtime West live feeds.

STARZ

You’ll be able to watch Starz Originals like Outlander, Power, Vida, American Gods, and Howards End, as well as films like Jumanji, Home Alone, Frozen, Inside Out, and Spiderman.

CBS All Access

Just like Netflix and Hulu, CBS All Access has exclusive originals like Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone, and The Good Fight that you can watch only by subscribing to the service.

The streaming service also includes Live Access to your local CBS affiliate and CBS series On-Demand. This means you can watch shows like Survivor, The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, NCIS, and The Good Wife.

For Prime Day, Amazon also dropped the price of the Amazon Fire Stick to just $15 (normally $40), which is $5 less than their previous all-time low which came on Black Friday. The device, which can stream in HD, up to 60 fps, now comes with the Alexa Voice Remote, which can control power and volume on your television.

If you want a more powerful device than can stream in 4K, you can upgrade to the Fire Stick 4K which is also heavily discounted to just $25. With either device, you’ll also get $45 in Sling TV credit, meaning you can stream your first 3 months for just $10 a month. The deal will lasts through today while supplies last.