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What is Prime Video?

Prime Video is a video streaming service available for Amazon Prime members.

Need to manage Prime Video Settings?

Prime members can watch thousands of movies and TV shows at no additional cost with Prime Video.

You also have the option to purchase Amazon Channel subscriptions to Showtime, Starz, and other streaming entertainment channels through Prime Video. For more information, go to What are Prime Video Channel Subscriptions?

Eligibility

Prime Video is available for:

  • Paid Amazon Prime members
  • Amazon Prime 30-day trial members
  • Prime Student six-month trial members
  • Members of an Amazon Household with shared Prime benefits
Tip: To learn more about sharing Prime benefits with an Amazon Household, go to Share Your Amazon Prime Benefits.

Prime Video is not available for:

  • Customers previously invited to share shipping benefits with a Prime member

Finding Prime Titles

You can browse Prime movies and TV shows from the Prime Video page on the website

Tip: To browse Prime titles from your computer or mobile web browser, go to Prime Video.

Prime titles also feature a Prime logo or Watch Now with Amazon Prime option in the video details.

On many devices, if you're using Search Search Icon 
		  to find a specific title, you can also use the Refine or Ways to Watch filters to only show available Prime titles.

Availability of Prime Titles

The selection of movies and TV shows available with Prime Video is always changing. New titles are added to the Prime Video catalog, and occasionally titles are removed.

Tip: If a title in your Watchlist is leaving Prime soon, the date that it's leaving is typically displayed in the video details.

Trouble Watching Prime Video?

If you're having trouble watching Prime titles, here are some common solutions that may help:

Check Your Device Registration – Your device must be registered to the same Amazon account you used to set up your Amazon Prime or Prime Video membership. To learn more, go to How to Sign In & Out of Prime Video.

Check Your Membership StatusYou can make sure that your Amazon Prime membership is still active from the Manage Your Prime Membership page. If your membership is no longer active, a notification displays at the top of the screen.

Check Your Location – Make sure you're accessing Prime Video from an eligible U.S. location. Due to licensing agreements, Prime Video is only available to customers located in the United States and U.S. territories. You can also watch select Prime Originals titles while abroad. To learn more, go to Watching Videos While Traveling Abroad.

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