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The Price To Watch The Grand Tour Has Just Gone Up

Watching The Grand Tour has just become a bit more expensive as Amazon increases the price of its Prime subscription. With the monthly fee now sat at £8.99 and the yearly fee coming to £95, it’s never been more expensive.

This huge increase will however be accompanied by a second Amazon Prime Day this year during October. This means there will be cut prices across the online store with exclusive discounts on a number of products, as well as deals on the monthly subscription itself. Of course, these deals will only be available to subscription holders.

The largest discounts are always applied to Amazon’s own products such as the Echo smart speaker, Fire TV sticks, and Kindles. But a number of other companies are promising huge discounts such as Shark, Samsung, Nespresso, Oral-B, and LEGO.

Amazon Prime Day will begin on October 11 this year and will run for 48 hours.

Despite these price increases, it must be noted that Amazon is still offering a free month, so if you want to get up to date with The Grand Tour but don’t want to pay a subscription, go about it that way. Just don’t forget to cancel.

This is what Amazon’s UK country manager John Boumphrey had to say:

“Across the UK, our Prime members will get the opportunity to start shopping some of the season’s top deals before anyone else with Amazon’s new Prime Early Access Sale.

“You may not be ready for Panto and mince pies but with fewer than 90 days until Christmas, it’s not too early to start planning your shopping for the festive season ahead, and this exclusive 48-hour sales event will help people save money and shop smarter as we head into the festive season.”

On top of this news, Amazon has revealed that it will be holding a large device event later this week. So keep your eyes peeled.

Alex Harrington

Alex started racing at a young age so certainly knows his way around a car and a track. He can just about put a sentence together too, which helps. He has a great interest in the latest models, but would throw all of his money at a rusty old French classic and a 300ZX. Contact: [email protected]

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