To celebrate the premiere of their new motoring show The Grand Tour, Amazon has discounted the price of Amazon Prime membership to $79 today only. It’s very rare for Prime membership to be discounted, so if you’ve been considering joining and getting in on the numerous benefits, here is your chance to save $20 on your first year. The fee will go back to its regular price of $99 tonight at midnight PT.
Amazon has dropped the price of Prime membership to £59 in the UK in anticipation of the premiere of their new motoring show The Grand Tour. The first episode of the new series will debut on November 18th, which is also when the discounted Prime membership promotion ends. Amazon Prime membership is hardly ever discounted, so if you’re in the UK and have been considering joining Prime, here is your rare chance to save £20 off the £79 regular price.
Today is the last day for UK residents to sign up for Amazon Prime at the discounted price of £59. At midnight tonight, the price returns to £79. It’s rare for Amazon to discount Prime membership, so now is a good time to join if you’ve been considering it.
To celebrate The Grand Tour, Amazon’s new motoring show with the former Top Gear trio, residents of the UK can sign up for Amazon Prime for £59. That’s £20 off the regular price of £79. The promotion ends at midnight on May 16th and is only available to new Prime members. It’s very rare for Prime membership to be discounted, so if you’ve been thinking of joining, now is a great time.
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