Amazon Prime Video has quickly become one of the best streaming services for cord-cutters, with a huge selection of licensed content as well as originals like Good Omens and The Man In The High Castle. Wondering what the price of Amazon Prime Video is in 2020? Find out in this article.
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How Much Does Amazon Prime Video Cost?
Currently, Amazon Prime Video costs $8.99/month. However, this will only get you Amazon Prime Video, and no other Prime features.
If you want to get access to video content as well as other Prime benefits like free 2-day shipping, 2 million tracks of music and unlimited reading with Kindle Unlimited, you will need to buy an Amazon Prime Monthly subscription for $12.99/month, or an Amazon Prime Annual subscription for $119/year.
If you have an EBT/Medicaid card or are a student, you can get a special rate on a Monthly or Annual subscription.
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When Was The Last Time Amazon Prime Video Raised Its Prices?
The video-only, $8.99/month Amazon Prime Video subscription has never increased in price. But the last time Amazon Prime raised its price was in April 2018, when it increased from $99/year to $119/year. Before this, it went from $79/year to $99/year in 2014.
Does Amazon Prime Video Have Any Paid Add-Ons?
Yes. If you want, you can add additional Prime Video Channels like HBO, Showtime and Starz for an additional fee.
Does Amazon Prime Video Have Extra Hidden Fees?
No. There are no hidden fees with Amazon Prime Video. The price you see is the price you will pay, with no additional costs.
Does Amazon Prime Video Offer A Free Trial For New Users?
Yes. You can choose to get a free trial of Amazon Prime on its website, and try it out for free for 30 days. Note, however, that you will have to enter a credit card to get this trial. If you do not cancel before it ends, your membership will automatically renew.
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