Amazon dropping Prime membership price to $73 this weekend
In lieu of its two Golden Globe wins for Mozart in the Jungle, Amazon is lowering the price of its Prime membership to $73 this weekend! The price is typically $99 for the year.
The promotion begins Friday night at 9 p.m. Pacific Time through 11:59 p.m. local time Sunday night, the company said in a statement.
Amazon Prime gives its customers free two-day shipping on millions of items on Amazon.com, in addition to other included perks such as access to Amazon Video and Amazon Music.
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Stream Mozart in the Jungle, free
In addition, if you want something to watch this weekend, Amazon is also offering the first and second seasons of Mozart in the Jungle, free. You don't have to be a Prime member to enjoy the shows. Just go to Amazon.com/mozartinthejungle to watch via any compatible device. (To check the compatibility of your device, visit www.amazon.com/howtostream.)
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The show is a comedic drama set in the New York classical music scene, and won the 2016 Golden Globe for best musical or comedy series. The other Golden Globe award went to its lead actor, Gael García Bernal, for best actor in a musical or comedy series.
The reason for the $73 price tag? It was the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards. Amazon also offered a special $67 Prime promotion last September when it won five Emmy Awards for the show Transparent at the 67th annual Emmy awards.
New members can sign-up for this limited-time Prime offer beginning on Friday night at 9 p.m. PT at www.amazon.com/MozartPrime.
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