Amazon packs Sling TV, CBS All Access deals in Prime Day

Amazon Fire TV Cube
The Fire TV Cube will be on sale next week during Amazon's Prime Day event. (Amazon)

Previews are rolling in for Amazon’s upcoming two-day Prime Day sales event, which will include new deals for several streaming video services.

Amazon is offering a $45 Sling TV credit, which can be applied to $15 off customers’ first three months when they buy a Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube or Fire TV Recast. The company is also offering 50% off for three months when customers subscribe to Showtime or Starz on Prime Video Channels or in the apps.

Amazon is also offering 50% off for three months when customers subscribe to CBS All Access on Prime Video Channels.

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In addition, Amazon is rolling out discounts for lots of its connected devices. Customers can save $25 on Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote, down to $14.99; save $25 on Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote, down to $24.99; save $50 on Fire TV Cube, down to $69.99; save $50 on Echo, down to $49.99; and save $70 on Echo Show, down to $159.99.

Connected devices and smart TVs from other manufacturers are being marked down for the event as well. Customers can save up to 50% on select Sony LED smart TVs and save $120 on Portal from Facebook with Alexa Built-in, down to $79.

Prime Day kicks off on July 15 at 12 a.m. PT.

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