Amazon Prime costs $99 per year... unless you act quickly. This Saturday, the service is available to new members at just $72 for a year. In addition, Amazon is offering freebies to people who don’t want to spend a dime.
Amazon Prime provides amazon.com users with free two-day shipping on millions of items, as well as unlimited streaming of movies and TV episodes with Prime Instant Video. Why is it being discounted to $72? Because at the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, Amazon won two awards for its TV series, Transparent. New members looking for the big savings should visit www.amazon.com/TransparentPrime on Saturday, 1/24/15. They will also enjoy one million songs through Prime Music, free unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos, and access to more than 800,000 books to borrow through the Kindle Owner’s lending Library.
Not interested? How about watching Transparent instead? On Saturday, 1/24, Amazon is making all ten episodes of the gender-bending comedy free to everyone; it’s usually only available to Prime members. Visit amazon.com/Transparent and see why star Jeffrey Tambor won the Golden Globe for Best Actor and the series won for Best Musical or Comedy Series.
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