Get One Month of PBS Kids Prime Video Channel for 99 Cents (Limited Time Offer)




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The Holiday season brings lots of great deals for cord cutters, and PBS Kids is offering one month of its Prime Video Channel for just less than $1 for a limited time. Now through December 29th (9pm PST), new viewers can get the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel for just 99 cents. Amazon Prime members who are not yet subscribed to the PBS KIDS Prime Video Channel can sign up.

After the one month promotion, the PBS Kids channel subscription will auto-renew at $4.99/month with an Amazon Prime membership.

The channel features a curated collection of holiday and winter-themed episodes from popular PBS Kids programming including Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Daniel’s Winter Wonderland, PBS KIDS: Happy Holidays!, Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas, and PBS KIDS: Celebrate Hanukkah!

Here’s a sample of some episodes available in the Holiday channel

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Daniel Tiger’s Happy Holidays!
Episodes: 4
Caillou: Let’s Go Sledding
Episodes: 3
Arthur’s Perfect Christmas
Episodes: 1 Hour Long Special
PBS KIDS: Winter Wonderland
Episodes: 4
Nature Cat: A Nature Carol
Episodes: 1 Hour Long Special
PBS KIDS: Snowy Stories
Episodes: 20
PBS KIDS: ¡Felices fiestas!
Episodes: 15

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