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    Amazon is offering 50% off selected Prime Video Channels in the spring sale

    Half price on the latest channels, including MUBI, Milkshake! and more.

    If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, you get access to a bunch of cool bonuses that make it all worth it.

    Sure, free next day delivery on ordered items through the shopping site is cool and all, but Amazon Prime Video is also handy to fill an evening with a new TV show or movie.

    And with the spring sale well under way, Amazon is offering half-price deals on selected Prime Video Channels for a three-month subscription.

    The offer, which started today (April 12), is on until April 29, so you only have a few weeks to take advantage.

    It costs £7.99 a month to sign up, but there’s a 30-day free trial to take advantage of right now, so you can get cracking on the likes of The Grand TourHanna and American Gods.

    Grand Tour season 2 episode 1, Switzerland - James May, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond
    The Grand Tour

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    You can also pay up front for the entire year for £79.

    Now, with this spring sale, there are select channels that you can add to your subscription for small fees and keep for three months.

    The most interesting in the list to us is MUBI, which is the choice for all cinephiles out there. It has a great list of hand-picked arthouse movies, including Under the Silver LakeBad Lieutenant and Ginger & Rosa.

    The add-on for three months will cost you £3.99 during the sale, and will then cost £7.99 once your three months are up.

    Hanna, Esme Creed-Miles, Joel Kinnaman
    Hanna

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    There are six channels available on discount during the sale.

    Kids’ favourite Milkshake! can be added to your Amazon Prime subscription for £1.49for the three months, before it returns to £2.99.

    For anime and Japanese story-telling fans, you can add FunimationNow for £2.49 instead of £4.99, and you can enjoy shows like Attack on TitanAngels of Death and My Hero Academia for three months.

    For the kiddies in your life, you can get a wealth of different children’s TV channels for small additional fees too.

     

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