The Twitch Prime free trial comes with serious perks

With Twitch, you can join a global community of millions who come together to create their own entertainment.

Loving Twitch? You might want to take your relationship to the next level. Twitch Prime is a premium experience on Twitch that is included for free with Amazon Prime and Prime Video memberships.

If you’re new to Twitch, the platform is mainly dedicated to all things gaming. The service offers live broadcasts of popular gamers playing and enables users to become part of the conversation via chat. Plus, you get the inside scoop on product announcements and can even create your own channel to start broadcasting yourself. Some of the most watched games on Twitch include Fortnite, League of Legends, Call of Duty and Red Dead Redemption 2.

With Twitch Prime, subscribers get bonus games and exclusive in-game content, a channel subscription every 30 days at no additional cost to be used on any partner or affiliate channels, exclusive emotes and a chat badge. You also get to enjoy all the other perks associated with Amazon Prime.

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How do I get a free trial of Twitch Prime?

As of June 2018, Amazon Prime is officially available in Australia and it comes with a free 30-day trial. There is no-lock-in contract, so you can cancel your subscription any time before your month is up without paying a cent. Subscribing to Amazon Prime brings you access to Twitch Prime for free, so it's worth looking into if you're a fan of the service.

Plus, you also get access to Amazon Prime Video, so you can stream TV shows and movies at no additional cost. Some of the most acclaimed series on the platform include The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Homecoming and The Man in the High Castle.

In order to get access to the Amazon Prime free trial you have to enter your payment details, such as a credit/debit card number. Once your free trial is up, your account is automatically debited. Hence, if you’re not enjoying the service, remember to cancel it before your free month is up. You can easily do so by accessing your member account.

An Amazon Prime subscription costs $6.99 per month or $59 per year.

Until 31 January 2019, Aussies can enjoy a special introductory price of $4.99/month.

What else does a Twitch Prime free trial give me access to?

Besides access to Twitch Prime and Amazon Prime Video, Prime subscribers enjoy free two-day domestic delivery, as well as free standard international delivery on eligible orders over $49. If you buy from Amazon a lot, Prime is clearly worth the investment. As part of your subscription, you can also enjoy more than 1,000 ebooks available on Prime Reading.

More streaming free trials

Updated November 21st, 2018
Name Product Service type 4K/UHD? Simultaneous streams Free trial? Price What's next?
NFL Game Pass Season Plus
NFL Game Pass Season Plus
Sports
No
1
7-day free trial
$274.99/year
NFL Game Pass Follow Your Team
NFL Game Pass Follow Your Team
Sports
No
1
7-day free trial
$179.99/year
Allows viewing of 20 pre-season and regular season matches for a single NFL team, both live and on demand.
NFL Game Pass Season Catch Up
NFL Game Pass Season Catch Up
On-demand streaming
Sports
No
1
7-day free trial
$119.99/year
Watch all 256 regular games on-demand, on your favorite device.
WWE Network
WWE Network
Sports
No
1
1 month
US$9.99/month
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video
On-demand streaming
Yes
3
30 days
$6.99/month

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