Best Prime Day Channels deals: Get Showtime, Starz and more for $1

Best Prime Day channels deals
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Bingeing Homeland and Billions just got insanely cheap thanks to the best Prime Day Channels deals. As part of Amazon's Prime Day deals, this special offer lets Prime members sign up for two months of select streaming services for just 99 cents per month, for two months. 

The thousands of Amazon Channels provide access to a huge vault of movies and TV shows that you can watch on your Fire TV device or Prime Video app. Amazon Channels include the big names like Netflix, Disney Plus and Showtime. The latter usually costs $10.99 per month, so this is a huge discount. But you'll have to act fast, as the offer runs out when Prime Day ends in just a few hours.

Best Prime Day channel deals

Best Prime Day Fire TV deals

Access your Amazon Channels through a new Fire TV or Fire TV Cube. Here are the best Prime Day Fire TV deals.

Insignia 32-inch Fire TV:was $169 now $109 @ Amazon

Insignia 32-inch Fire TV: was $169 now $109 @ Amazon
Get the Fire TV experience along with Alexa in this Insignia 32-inch set. You get 720p resolution, all of the most popular streaming services and the ability to voice-control your TV. 

Toshiba 32-inch Fire TV: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon

Toshiba 32-inch Fire TV: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon
This inexpensive Fire TV gives lets you add a new smart TV to any room you want. Built-in Fire TV access means you've got support for Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu and, of course, Prime Video. Currently on sale for $119, it's one of the cheapest Prime Day TV deals you can get right now. 

Fire TV Cube: was $119 now $79 @Amazon

Fire TV Cube: was $119 now $79 @Amazon
The Fire TV Cube has all the features of a Fire TV and Echo speaker in one device. And it's now $50 off at Amazon. Stream your favorite shows and movies in 4K, control cable TV with your voice and more.

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Kelly Woo
Streaming Editor

Kelly is the streaming channel editor for Tom’s Guide, so basically, she watches TV for a living. Previously, she was a freelance entertainment writer for Yahoo, Vulture, TV Guide and other outlets. When she’s not watching TV and movies for work, she’s watching them for fun, seeing live music, writing songs, knitting and gardening.