Amazon will be celebrating its Golden Globe-winning series “Mozart in the Jungle” in style. Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) will be offering big discounts on Amazon Prime in a sort of celebration that will run from Friday 9.00pm through to Sunday 11.59 pm.
The two-day Prime membership sale will enable shoppers to ship tens of millions of items for free in addition to being able to access free TV shows, music and books which will come along with unlimited cloud storage of photos. The first two seasons of the comedy show will also be available for free streaming at no extra cost from the Amazon Instant Video app or a dedicated online link.
The series features the wild inner workings of the New York Symphony and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Musical Series. The award followed Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series for lead actor Gael Garcia Bernal. Last year, Amazon’s first season of “Transparent, Free” won two awards at the Golden Globes.
This is not the first time that Amazon is running a celebratory promotional discount. The same thing happened last year. It is now up to shoppers to respond to the weekend deal.
Amazon is now also looking forward to having Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson and Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ star Adam Driver make the company’s next original movie. At the same time, the Oscars are expected to increase Amazon’s propensity to give more discounts. What viewers should understand is that the more Amazon wins awards, the better the chances of getting good deals.