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Amazon Prime Video is offering some of its original series, including Man in the High Castle and Mozart in the Jungle for free to non-Prime members throughout the Christmas season.

The company announced the sale, which is live as of today, as part of its festive seasonal promotion. Starting Dec. 23 through Dec. 31, the first seasons of Man in the High Castle, Mozart in the Jungle and Bosch for free to non-Prime users.

The deal comes at the same time that Amazon Video is offering a large selection of its movies, including new releases, to be rented for $0.99. The catch is only one movie can be rented per account, so you won’t be able to download multiple titles. The sale, which is also being offered on Google Play, will run until Jan. 23. In order to get the discount, use the code “MOVIE99” on Amazon to redeem the offer.

Amazon recently rolled out Prime and Video into more than 200 countries and territories around the world earlier this month. At Code Conference* earlier this year, the company’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, said that developing more original series and films for both a national and global audience was one of the areas he wanted to focus on heading into the New Year.

Amazon Prime Video subscriptions run for $8.99 a month.

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