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If you’re an Amazon Prime customer, you can get three months’ free access to certain paid-for channels that are available through Prime Video.

Amazon offers certain channels through Prime Video that have a monthly fee. This offer nixes that fee, though you will still need a subscription to Prime Video, which costs £79 a year (as part of Prime) or £7.99 a month.

The channels on offer are MGM, Discovery Channel, Shudder and BFI Player. Click each to see the relevant offer.

MGM offers classic and modern films from the legendary studio’s back catalogue, while the Discovery Channel is home to hundreds of documentaries about the natural world. Shudder is a streaming service for horror fans, while BFI Player is a service from the British Film Institute, with plenty of cult films and rarities.

Each channel usually costs around a fiver a month. But if you cancel before the end of your 90-day trial, they won’t cost you a penny.

The promotion is part of the build up to Amazon Prime Day, a massive sale that starts on 16th July.

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