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Film fans watch out! You can now rent many films from Amazon for just 97 cents *. The offer includes some of the most popular films in recent years. These include titles such as “Hotel Transylvania 2”, “The Hobbit – Smaug’s Desolation” or “A Star is Born” as well as more than 300 other blockbusters.
Amazon offer: Rent films for 97 cents
The promotion is exclusively valid for members of Amazon Prime. You can test the service, which gives you regular access to special offers and many other advantages, free of charge for 30 days *. After that, membership costs 7.99 euros per month or 69.00 euros per year. If you decide to become an annual member, you will save 2.24 euros a month or 26.88 euros a year. With a Prime account you can not only rent films at a discounted price, but also have access to many other titles from the Prime video library *, most of which are free. These include both top-class in-house productions as well as international film and series hits.
Rent films on Amazon Prime Video: You should pay attention to this
If you rent a film from Amazon Prime Video *, you have 30 days to start the video. You can then watch, pause, fast-forward and rewind as many times as you want for 48 hours. Many titles are also available in their original version, in various dubbed versions and with subtitles.
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