Get Amazon Prime 12-Month Subscription for Just $73
You can use the membership to save 20 percent on video game preorders and new releases.
To celebrate Mozart in the Jungle's recent Golden Globe wins, Amazon is offering 12-month Prime memberships for just $73. This promotional price is good today through 11:59 PM PST on Sunday, January 17, and is offered for new subscribers only. It's a savings of $26 off the regular $99/year price.
Mozart in the Jungle took home two awards at the 73rd Golden Globes this year. In addition to the Prime membership discount, Amazon is letting anyone stream the show for free this weekend.
Head here to sign up for Prime. Note that a price of $99 will be displayed in your cart, but the discount will be applied at checkout.
In September 2015, Amazon cut the yearly price of Prime down to $67 in a promotion celebrating the success that Amazon's Transparent enjoyed at the 67th Emmy Awards.
Prime comes with a number of benefits, including free two-day shipping, access to free streaming movies, TV shows, and music, and, as of this week, a 20 percent discount on video game preorders and new releases. You can visit Amazon's website to learn more about Prime.
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