Amazon Prime Now now offers up, for free, to up to a 10% discount on select titles from the streaming giant’s streaming catalog, the online retailer announced.
The discount is available to Prime members and eligible customers who purchase a film, television show, music or movie subscription through the Amazon Video app, which will be available to all users starting on Monday.
“Prime Now is about giving you access to the most popular titles on Amazon Video today,” said Amazon Prime VP of Product Development, David Sacks.
“With this new discount, Prime Now customers can enjoy films, music, and video in the comfort of their living rooms for just $9.99 per month.”
Prime Now will also give customers access to a new, exclusive program that includes up to 25% off a movie, TV show, or music title on a weekly basis, including movies released between January 1, 2019 and March 31, 2020.
The program offers discounts ranging from up to $100 off to $1,000 off a TV show and up to 50% off to a film or video title.
“For Prime customers who are looking to save, we are excited to be offering discounts on movies and TV shows for a new season,” said Andrew Koehler, senior VP of Prime Business.
“There are thousands of movies and shows coming to Netflix and Amazon Video this year and we are proud to offer them at such great value.”
Amazon Prime will be rolling out the discount program to its other streaming products starting next week.
“Amazon Prime Now is a great way to save on Amazon products and services,” said Rob McBride, VP of Amazon Video.
“By offering a variety of great deals, we’re making it easy for customers to get what they want, when they want it, whenever they want.
We are excited that more and more consumers are using Amazon Video to save money.”
Amazon Video subscribers will also be able to enjoy a free month of Amazon Prime on select video-on-demand (VOD) titles, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Thor: Ragnarok.