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Amazon Prime Video Channels and Bundles Discounted for Black Friday – CNET

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These discounts on rentals, purchases and Prime Video Channels span pretty much anything you could possibly want to watch.
The internet’s biggest marketplace may also have one of the largest digital repositories of film and television in Amazon Prime Video. And right now, a good chunk of it is available at a discount for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
These deals are generally limited to Amazon Prime members. If you’re looking for other Amazon deals, check out our Amazon deals master list for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, one of Amazon’s best deals and these inexpensive doodads you can buy right now.
One of Amazon Prime Video’s greatest benefits is being able to access premium cable and specialty channels all from one interface. Whether you did the math or churn your streaming subscriptions, Prime Video’s two-month deals on its varied channel subscriptions will get you through the beginning of 2023, at least.
These channel discounts are available through Dec. 4, and you can cancel them anytime. The deals seem to be available to former subscribers as well as new ones, so you can still benefit from the savings even if you’ve previously used a free trial or subscription. After the two-month discount ends individual channel subscriptions will be set to auto-renew at their regular monthly rates, which I’ve listed below.
Amazon is offering 18 movies, including xXx: Return of Xander Cage, A Quiet Place and all six Mission: Impossible films at discounted rental and buy prices. (Note: Some of these are digital purchases and some are physical Blu-rays, so keep an eye out!)


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