- Amazon Prime Day 2019 begins July 15 at 12 a.m. PT, but there are a number of early deals worth taking advantage of.
- For a limited time, you can take 50% off rentals on popular movies on Prime Video.
- Find the full list of Prime Video movies here.
As you’ve probably already heard, Amazon Prime Day 2019 will start Monday, July 15 at 12 a.m. PT and run through Tuesday, July 16 in a 48-hour event.
And while the real barrage of deals won’t begin until then you can already start saving a lot of money on the early deals Amazon is releasing before Prime Day, which include both products and Amazon services. If movie nights are as essential to your summer as grilling and dips in the pool, Amazon is making them even more enticing with its early Prime Video deal.
Right now, you can take 50% off rentals on popular movies on Prime Video.
They start at just $1.99 and include blockbuster titles like Jordan Peele’s horror hit “Us” ($2.99 to rent). You have 30 days to start watching the movie once you’ve rented it, and 24 hours to finish once you’ve started it.
Whether you want to keep this summer suspenseful, action-packed, or lighthearted, you’ll be able to find an entertaining movie to rent on Prime Video.
You can find all movies available to rent on Prime Video here.
Prime Video will also be home to another exclusive event: the Prime Day Concert on July 10, headlined by Taylor Swift and including performances by Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G. The concert will stream live on Prime Video at 9 p.m. ET on July 10 for Prime members only and will be made available on demand after the live show for a limited time.
To make the most of Prime Day this year, you should first become a member and sign up for a free 30-day trial to access early deals like the one above, as well as the 1 million+ sitewide deals on July 15 and 16.