Why Fire TV owners should subscribe to HBO Max through Prime Video Channels instead of directly through HBO

HBO has long been an entertainment juggernaut. With the recent announcement that all new Warner Bros. movies in 2021 will be available at no extra charge through HBO Max on the same day as their theatrical release, you might be considering subscribing to HBO Max. The fact that HBO is finally going to be streaming content in 4K, starting with the release of Wonder Woman 1984 this Christmas, makes the streaming service more enticing than ever. If you’re a Prime member and you do decide to subscribe, as a Fire TV owner you are much better off subscribing to HBO Max through Prime Video Channels than directly through HBO. Here are several reasons why. Read more ›

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Educational kids streaming service Noggin is just $0.99/month for 2 months


Get Noggin for $0.99/month
If you have little ones in the house and want an ocean of great educational kids content to help you survive the holidays, this deal is for you. Kids streaming service Noggin is currently just $0.99/month for 2 months. That’s 87% off of the regular price of $7.99/month. This deal is through Prime Video Channels, so you can either access the content directly through Prime Video or use the subscription to activate the dedicated Noggin Fire TV app. Noggin has tons of popular kids shows including Dora the Explorer, Blue’s Clues, Blaze, Paw Patrol, and more. Remember that you can quickly cancel a Prime Video Channel subscription online in just a few clicks on this page. When you cancel you will be able to continue accessing the content until the next renewal date, so you can subscribe and cancel immediately to get 1 full month for $0.99 without worrying about forgetting to cancel.

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How to take advantage of the $0.99 Prime Video Channel deal without fear of overpaying

Amazon currently has a great deal going for Prime Day where they are offering numerous Prime Video Channel subscriptions for $0.99 per month for the first 2 months. With channels such as Showtime, Starz, and Epix included, that’s easily one of the cheapest ways to gain access to literally thousands of great movies and TV show episodes for next to nothing. The only concern is forgetting to cancel after the promotional period ends and getting billed at full price. Here’s how to get rid of that fear and take advantage of the offer with no chance of overpaying. Read more ›

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12 Prime Video Channels are on sale for just $0.99/month for 2 months

Amazon has put several Prime Video Channels on sale as part of their Prime Day early bird deals. A dozen diferent channels are available for $0.99 per month for 2 months. The channels on sale are Epix, PBS Masterpiece, PBS Documentaries, Urban Movie Channel, UP Faith & Family, Lifetime Movie Club, Pantaya, Sundance Now, Motortrend, History Channel Vault, A&E Crime Central, and Movie Sphere. Each subscription unlocks a slew of content from Prime Video that can be watched through a Fire TV or Prime Video app. These subscriptions normally cost $3.99 to $6.99, depending on the channel. Prime Video Channel subscriptions can be canceled online in a single click at this page. If you’re worried about forgetting to cancel before the discount ends, you can always just cancel immediately after subscribing to get just 1 month for $0.99. You’ll still be able to access the content for an entire 30 days no matter when you cancel.

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PBS to launch new PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel on Aug 4

PBS is launching a new PBS Documentaries subscription service through Prime Video Channels. While the content is already up, the channel won’t officially launch and be available to subscribe to until August 4th. For a reasonable price of $3.99 per month, subscribers will have access to content like Ken Burns, NOVA, Frontline, American Masters, Anerican Experience, Nature, Independent Lens, POV, and more. This will be PBS’ fourth Prime Video Channel, joining PBS Masterpiece ($5.99/month), PBS Living ($2.99/month), and PBS Kids ($4.99/month).

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Prime Members can get 2-Months of Showtime and/or Starz for $0.99 per month

Amazon is offering Prime members a 2 month subscription to Showtime and/or Starz for just $0.99 per month. You have to be a Prime member because these are subscriptions to Prime Video Channels. You can subscribe to either one or both and you will be charged $0.99 each month per channel. Your subscription will automatically renew at the regular price of $10.99 for Showtime and/or $8.99 for Starz after those first 2 months. If you only want the subscriptions during the 2-month discounted price, just be sure to go to this page in a month and cancel the subscription. Once canceled, you’ll still be able to watch until the month is over. If you’re worried you’ll forget to stop the renewal, you can subscribe right now and then immediately cancel to just get 1 month at $0.99, since you don’t have to subscribe for 2 months. This deal ends July 7, 2020.

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MLB.TV is now an Amazon Prime Video Channel

MLB.TV is now available as a Prime Video Channel for Prime members. Customers can pay $24.99 per month or $118.99 for a Season Pas to stream live out-of-market games. This means that nationally televised games and local team games televised in your area aren’t going to be available for live streaming. These are the same restrictions you’ll find with the standard MLB.TV subscription and MLB app. The advantage of subscribing as a Prime Video Channel is unified billing under your Amazon account and access to X-Ray features on the Fire TV, such as live in-game stats, team and player details, and play-by-play information while watching.

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NBA League Pass is now available through Amazon Prime Video Channels — Free for the next week

It leaked a few months ago, but now it’s actually possible to sign up NBA League Pass through Amazon Prime Video Channels. Spotted first by Variety, the new subscription option will run you $28.99 per month or $169 for the full season. Subscribing grants customers access to hundreds of regular-season live out-of-market games. Signing up also gives you on-demand game replays and classic matches. All of this comes streaming through Amazon directly through he Fire TV interface or through the Prime Video app on any number of devices, without needing to use a separate app. On the Fire TV, you’ll also be able to use the X-Ray feature to look up player and team stats in real-time while watching the game. NBA League Pass is free for Prime members to try until December 20th.

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Amazon is including 2 months of STARZ with the purchase of a Fire TV Stick for $24.99

Get this Fire TV Stick + STARZ Deal

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is currently on sale for $24.99 for Black Friday, but Amazon is sweetening the deal by now also including 2 months of STARZ for free. The premium cable network is available as a Prime Video Channel for $8.99 a month, giving this bundle a retail price of $57.97. The STARZ subscription starts immediately after checkout and can be accessed through any Prime Video app or Fire TV device while you wait for the new Fire TV Stick to arrive. This deal is only available to Prime members and new STARZ subscribers. The subscription will be set to automatically renew at its regular price after the two free months end, so you may want to disable automatic renewal through Amazon’s channel management page if you pick up this bundle. Amazon has offered streaming media subscriptions with the purchase of Fire TV hardware in the past, such as MLB.TV and ESPN+ subscriptions, but this is the first time they’ve ever bundled a Prime Video Channel subscription with their hardware and offered it directly through the device’s product page. This free STARZ subscription is exclusively available with the regular Fire TV Stick and is not available with any other Fire TV model.

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NBA League Pass with live games likely coming to Amazon Prime Video Channels

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It appears as though the NBA will be offering their NBA Leauge Pass streaming subscription service through Amazon’s Prime Video Channels. A tweet from an Amazon employee shows the NBA subscription plan being offered on an Amazon Fire TV device, even though such a subscription is not yet available to the general public. If the plan becomes available, it means that live NBA games will be available through Amazon’s Prime Video platform for the first time. Read more ›

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