Amazon drops price of Prime to celebrate Golden Globes victory

If you've considered becoming an Amazon Prime member, this is the weekend to do it.

Amazon is cutting the price from its usual $99 down to $73 from 9 p.m. (PST) Friday until 11:59 p.m. local time Sunday.

The limited-time discount is being offered because the company's show "Mozart in the Jungle" took home two Golden Globes Sunday night, CNN Money reported.

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The first two seasons of "Mozart in the Jungle" will also be free for anyone to watch, CNN reported.

The sale is supposed to be for new Prime members, but if you buy a gift subscription for yourself and save it until your membership expires, current members can take part, The Verge reported.

For more information on Prime and the weekend's discount, click here.

Amazon Prime offers free two-day shipping, free streaming of selected movies and television shows, hundreds of thousands of free eBooks and free unlimited photo storage.