New 97 cent promotion on Amazon Prime Video – with “Cats”, “Terminator 6” and many current movies
On Amazon Prime Video, subscribers can see a whole series of films for a mere 97 cents. There are even some works that are currently still in the cinema.
Are you actually curious whether “Cats” is really as bad as everyone says, but you haven’t wanted to spend a lot of money on it so far? Or are you interested in whether “Terminator: Dark Fate” is the low point of the series or the best film since the two originals by James Cameron, as the divided fan base is debating?
Then you can find this out very cheaply now. Because both films are part of the current 97-cent promotion from Amazon Prime Video.
The following affiliate link leads you to an overview of all films in the current 97 cent promotion! *
This is Amazon Prime Video’s 97 cent promotion!
If you are new to Amazon Prime Video’s 97-cent promotion, here is a brief explanation:
If you Rainier Land an Amazon Prime subscription, you can use it to rent some films at particularly low prices – but grab it quickly: The price is only valid this weekend.
After renting the films you have 30 days to watch them. As soon as you start watching, you have to finish watching the film within 48 hours, but you can watch it as often as you want during these 48 hours.
Movies from 2020 in the new promotion
The new campaign includes a whole series of films that did not start in German cinemas until 2020 and some of them are currently still being played in many cinemas. Here is an overview – including the rating in the official review:
The new campaign includes a whole series of films that did not start in German cinemas until 2020 and some of them are currently still being played in many cinemas.
In addition, with “The Peanut Butter Falcon” and “Jumanji: The Next Level” there are two other films that are well worth seeing and which came to the cinemas at the end of 2019. And Arnold Schwarzenegger completists can watch “Terminator: Dark Fate” as well as “Killing Gunther”, which was only released a few months ago on DVD and Blu-ray.
Here is the link again to the overview of all films in the current 97-cent campaign * – with over half a dozen other films that have not yet been mentioned in the news!