Amazon Prime Video currently offers a free seven-day trial of  starz, in addition to its own streaming services. Amazon Prime Video users must be Amazon Prime members to sign up for the starz free trial. Amazon Prime Video provides a 30-day trial for free. It comes with all the benefits of Amazon Prime including free 2-day shipping and Prime Music.

The free trial for students is longer. The Student Prime trial offers a six-month free trial. This is five months longer than the 30-day Prime trial. The best thing about Amazon Prime Video’s free trial is the ability to sign up multiple times. Amazon says that customers can sign up for Amazon Prime Video’s free trial multiple times as long as they don't do so within the same twelve months. If you don't have an Amazon Prime membership for over 12 months, you can get another 30 days free. This includes seven days of Starz. Customers can subscribe to Amazon Prime (which also includes Amazon Prime Video) at $12.99 per month or $119 annually (which is a savings of approximately $36). For $8.99 per month, those who only want Amazon Prime Video can subscribe.


Apple TV - Add STARZ

You will need the App to play STARZ on Apple TV. Next, sign in to your account and use the code.

  1. Navigate to App Store on Apple TV.
  2. Install STARZ Play.
  3. Choose the app from your Home screen.
  4. Log in using your STARZ account details.
  5. Navigation to STARZ with any device
  6. Enter the code again into the box and click Submit to register your device.

After you sign in and register, your Xbox will display all movie and TV shows listings. You can then watch what you want.


Is STARZ free with Netflix?

  • Starz Play, Included in All Unlimited Netflix Subscriptions,
  • Makes Approximately 2,500 Movies, TV Shows and Concerts
  • Available to be Watched Instantly by Netflix Members

LOS GATOS, Calif. and ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Oct. 1, 2008 – Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX), the world’s largest online movie rental service, and Starz Entertainment, LLC, a premium movie service provider operating in the U.S., today announced an agreement to make movies from Starz, through its “Starz Play” broadband subscription movie service, available to be streamed instantly at Netflix. Access to the Starz Play service at Netflix will be included with Netflix members’ current monthly subscription fee.

The deal adds significantly to a growing library of over 12,000 choices of movies and TV episodes that can be watched instantly at Netflix. Netflix members who have unlimited subscription plans, which start at only $8.99 a month, will have full and unlimited access to approximately 2,500 additional movies and other choices from Starz Play as part of their current monthly subscription. That includes the opportunity to enjoy a live feed of the TV network on their PCs and does not impact the number of DVDs members receive as part of their monthly plans.

The first of the Starz titles – approximately 1,000 – are available now at the Netflix Web site, where they are presented in a distinct area accessible by clicking on the “Watch Instantly” tab on the Netflix member home page. More titles will be added in the coming weeks.

Beginning today, Netflix and stars Play will offer a sneak preview of the first full episode of “Crash” in advance of the Starz primetime premiere on October 17 at 10 p.m. Eastern/Pacific. “Crash” will remain a staple in the Starz Play programming mix and new episodes will debut day-and-date with new episode premieres.