Amazon slashes £20 off Prime membership, as The Grand Tour launches
Amazon’s Top Gear (in all but name) original series will be available to watch from this Friday, exclusively to Prime customers. Amazon Prime costs £79 per year normally, but to celebrate the return of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May to our screens the ecommerce giant is knocking £20 off the price, bringing it down to a very reasonable £59 per year.
Not sure if The Grand Tour is for you? Here’s everything we know about it so far.
Of course, you don’t have to use Prime to watch The Grand Tour. It gives you free delivery on all Amazon products, access to Prime Video’s many other shows and – as of yesterday – reduced price on Amazon Unlimited Music, the new Spotify rival the company just launched. With a Prime membership, it will be £7.99 per months, which undercuts its rivals.
It’s also worth remembering that an Amazon Prime subscription could also come in handy for Amazon’s Black Friday sales bonanza.
Either way though, you’ll have to act quickly. The offer expires on Friday 18 November.