This article explains the different features available with Twitch Prime and how to become a member.
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Twitch Prime is a premium experience on Twitch that is included with an Amazon Prime membership. Twitch Prime includes free games and exclusive in-game content, a free channel subscription every 30 days to be used on any Partnered channel, ad-free viewing on Twitch, exclusive emotes, and chat badge. Plus, get member pricing on new release box games on Amazon.
Ad-Free Viewing Experience Across Twitch: avoid viewing ads during the broadcast. Twitch Partners still get credit for ad impressions in connection with views for Prime members.
Free Twitch Channel Subscription: Prime members receive a free Twitch channel subscription every 30 days to use on a Partnered channel of their choice. This includes access to all the exclusive channel-specific Subscriber perks that come with a regular subscription such as chat privileges, emoticons, badges, and more.
Member Access to Free Game Content: get access to select free games and in-game content that will be available through Twitch Prime. This includes early access to content before it is available to the general public.
Exclusive Member Savings on Physical Games: On Amazon, Prime members receive discounted pricing on physical new releases from pre-order through two weeks after launch, including on pre-orders and collector’s editions. Members also get release-day delivery, and the Pre-Order Price Guarantee, ensuring that on release day, you pay the lowest price offered on Amazon for these games, regardless of what the price was when you pre-ordered.
Exclusive Emoticons: access emoticons such as KappaHD, ScaredyCat, and others, reserved only for Twitch Prime and Turbo members.
Expanded Chat Color Options: set a chat color by toggling a set of 3 sliders (RGB). At time of purchase, you are presented with these options. These options can be changed at any time by going to your Prime Settings.
Member-Only Prime Chat Badge: reign supreme with a unique chat badge which can also be toggled on and off via Settings. Prime members are easily identified whenever they speak in any channel across Twitch, by this icon:
Twitch Prime is included with Amazon Prime. To learn more about Amazon Prime, click here. Get instant access to Twitch Prime benefits by linking your Twitch and Amazon Prime accounts. Not an Amazon Prime member yet? You can sign up for a 30-day free trial here.
If you already have Twitch Turbo, consider leveling up to Twitch Prime. Prime members get all of the benefits of Twitch Turbo plus more.
Go to twitchprime.com, and ensure your correct country of residence is displayed in the top right corner of the sign-up page.
Sign in or create an Amazon account:
Click to connect your Amazon account to your Twitch account to access your benefits:
Enter in your billing address and payment details, and start your membership.
You are now a Prime member and your Twitch and Amazon accounts are linked! You can adjust your Prime settings on your Settings page at any time by navigating to the Prime tab of your Twitch settings page.
A: If you are in a country where Twitch Prime is available (US, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Spain and the UK), you can no longer sign up for Twitch Turbo. If you are outside of those countries, you can sign up for Twitch Turbo.
A: Yes, you get one free Twitch channel subscription during your Free Trial (regardless of how long your Free Trial is). Once you spend it, it will not renew. Once you become a paid member, you will start getting a new free Twitch channel subscription 30 days after you spend the last one.
A: Yes, customers can link up to four Twitch accounts to an Amazon account. However, once one linked Twitch viewer spends a free subscription, all of them need to wait for it to renew. Similarly, only one customer can claim a given piece of game content.
A: If you already subscribe to both Turbo and Amazon Prime, you may want to consider canceling Turbo. All the benefits of Turbo are included in Twitch Prime, except that instead of a Turbo banner on your subscriptions page you will see a Twitch Prime banner. You can cancel your Turbo subscription here, and you can go to twitchprime.com to connect your Amazon and Twitch accounts and get started with Twitch Prime.
A: For a limited time, we will offer a refund on Turbo purchases if you already have subscribed to Turbo and purchased Twitch Prime as well. This includes if you bought an extended Turbo subscription. To request a Turbo refund, open a support ticket.