To keep us entertained while we eagerly await Prime Day, Amazon is offering 50% off select movie rentals with some popular titles starting as low as $1.99. Once you’ve rented, you have 30 days to watch the movie and up to 72 hours (depending on the movie) to finish it once you’ve started.
Whether you’ve got a comedy-tooth or an itch for action, there are lots of films across many categories to choose from. For example, if you missed out on March’s horror-thriller Us — by comedian turned Oscar-winner, Jordan Peele — you can check it out for half off at $2.99. There are also a number of Pixar favorites for the kids for $2.99, like Up, Inside Out, Coco and Toy Story 3.
It is important to note that the discounted price for some of the movies is for standard definition. If you would like to watch the movie in HD, the option is available for a dollar more.
While there are discounts on a lot of popular movies, you can also watch many of them at no cost. Simply start a free 7-day trial of any of the Prime Video Channel subscriptions like STARZ, Cinemax or HBO and you can watch movies associated with the subs for free.
For your entertainment, we have compiled a small sampler of movie rental deals you can look into or you can check out the full list of films here.
Movie Rental Discounts on Amazon Prime Video
- Us (2019) – HD $2.99
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) – HD $2.99
- Alex & Me (2018) -HD $1.99
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – HD $3.99 or Free with STARZ 7-Day Trial
- Incredibles 2 (With Bonus) (2018) – HD $3.99
For more movie sales and discounts, head to our Deal Alert page to set up your interests. And if you’re looking for more info on Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year, check out our Amazon Prime Day 2019 Shopping Guide.
And you can check out some of our most popular Amazon deals here:
Search URL: https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?firstonly=1&pp=20&sort=newest&rating=frontpage&filter%5B%5D=12029&forumid%5B%5D=9&hideexpired=1&r=1
- Deal Value: 50% off
- Timeframe: A limited time
- Things to Remember: You have 30 days to watch the movie and up to 72 hours (varies by movie) to finish it once you’ve started