Amazon Prime Deal: Help Celebrate 'Mozart In the Jungle' Golden Globe Wins With Discounted Price
Still confused about what Mozart in the Jungle is following its Golden Globe wins? Well, Amazon Prime is making it a bit easier for you to see it.
Amazon is lowering the price for its Prime service from $99 per year to $73. But you have to act fast, as this deal is only available until Sunday, Jan. 17 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Find the link for this deal here.
"Until Sunday, January 17th at 11:59 p.m., PT, new members can join Amazon Prime for $73 for the first year and enjoy member-only benefits and content, including our Golden Globe Award-winning series, Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon states. "Although the price in your cart will show $99, the promotion discount will be applied at checkout. You will be charged when you place your order."
Mozart in the Jungle, a "dramedy" about a symphony orchestra, surprised many viewers at the Golden Globes Sunday night. The series took home the award for Best Television Series--Musical or Comedy, as well as Best Actor in a Television Series--Comedy or Musical for star Gael Garcia Bernal.
Amazon Prime is also the home of Transparent, which won those exact same awards at last year's Golden Globes. The show stars Jeffrey Tambor as the patriarch of an affluent L.A. family who comes out as a transgender woman. Transparent won five Emmy Awards last year, including one for Tambor.
Additionally, The Man in the High Castle has drawn a lot of eyeballs to Amazon Prime. The series is set in an alternate history where the Axis Powers won World War II.
So if you took advantage of the free 30-day trial for Amazon Prime during the holiday season, you may want to jump on this deal.