Streaming on Discovery Plus will give you access to classic shows that you love from TV networks like HGTV, Discovery Channels, Food Network, and more. With over 55,000 episodes, you have more choices when you plan to sit back and binge-watch the entire day.
Discovery Plus is available on Amazon Fire TV devices such as the Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube and Fire TV Edition smart TVs. Amazon users have been enjoying their streaming experience with Discovery+ since its launching in January.
Now, Amazon will also include Discovery Plus on Amazon Prime Video Channels. If you are currently using Prime Video streaming service, you can add Discovery+ as one of your channels to watch all day long on the streaming platform.
How to Get Access & Stream Discovery+ on Amazon Prime Video Channels
Unfortunately, you will need to subscribe to the ad-free version of Discovery+ when you want the streaming service to be available on your Amazon Prime Video Channels. The Discovery Plus ad-supported version is still to come to the platform in the next few months.
If you still want to add Discovery Plus as your Amazon Prime Video Channel, follow the steps below.
- Click here to go to the Discovery+ page on Prime Video Channels.
- Sign in to your Amazon Prime Video account.
- If you are not directed to the official channel page, search for Discovery Plus among the list of channels.
- Still, if you cannot see Discovery+, click See More.
- Select Discovery Plus.
- Now, click either the Sign-up or the Start your free trial button.
- Enter your password.
- Review your information.
- Click either Start your free trial or Start Watching Now.
When you subscribe to Discovery Plus ad-free version, you will pay the fee of $6.99 per month once your free trial ends. The ad-supported version is at $4.99 per month. However, you can also cancel your subscription at any time.
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