Netflix, Amazon and Google have released free streaming videos and movies for Netflix and YouTube users this weekend, with a handful of big names getting the first crack at the lucrative offer.
In the U.S., Netflix is offering a 30-day free trial of its streaming video service, including the new film Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The streaming service is also offering a free 30-days trial of Amazon Prime Video, including The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the latest Marvel movie The Avengers, and the new Ghostbusters reboot.
Google is offering the free trial and free two-day trial of YouTube Red, including new shows from the Emmy Award-winning creators of The Big Bang Theory and Parks and Recreation.
Amazon is offering 30-percent off select Amazon Prime memberships, including a free two week trial of Prime Video.
Google has launched a free trial for its video service on Google TV, including Prime Video and the forthcoming Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Google’s YouTube Red has been available on Amazon Prime for a few months, but the service is now offering a “very limited” 30-minute free trial.
The service also has a trial period for free trial memberships for YouTube Red users, including some older YouTube Red accounts.
YouTube is offering its Prime Video service for free in all 50 U.K. and European countries and is also rolling out the new Amazon Video service on its new Prime Instant Video service.
Netflix has been offering a limited trial of a $9.99/month subscription to its streaming service, with some users having paid up to $30 for the offer.
Google is also selling the new Google Video service, which includes the new series Red vs. Blue, a limited time trial, for $12.99.
YouTube has also launched a limited-time trial of the new YouTube Red service, priced at $10.99 for a limited amount of time, which will allow users to watch more than 5,000 hours of videos.
YouTube Red has launched in the U