Amazon has announced an expanded licensing agreement to add popular titles from the ESPN 30 for 30 film series to Prime Instant Video. Millions of Amazon Prime members already enjoy more than 22,000 Prime Instant Video movies and TV episodes, and now sports enthusiasts can watch many of the most critically acclaimed sports documentaries in recent years – all with unlimited streaming, at no additional cost.
Prime Instant Video offers Prime members access to more than 22,000 movies and TV episodes to instantly stream and enjoy at no additional cost on Kindle Fire or any of the hundreds of compatible devices, including Roku, iPad, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gaming console. Prime Instant Video is a subset of the more than 120,000 movies and TV episodes available on Amazon Instant Video, which includes new release movies and day after TV shows, for customers to rent or purchase, download or stream.
Amazon Prime is an annual membership program for $79 a year that offers customers unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping on millions of items including books, home and garden products, electronics, video games, clothing, and much more. Amazon Prime members also get access to unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV episodes and access to tens of thousands of books to borrow for free, as frequently as a book a month, with no due dates from a Kindle device. Customers who receive free Prime shipping benefits through Amazon Student or Amazon Mom programs can upgrade to an annual paid membership to receive Amazon Prime’s digital benefits.