How to legally watch The Grand Tour in South Africa for free

Amazon recently announced that it will launch its Prime Video streaming service in 200 countries during December.

This follows the launch of Amazon’s new car show The Grand Tour, which is hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond.

The Grand Tour started on 18 November, meaning South African viewers could not access the video service before its airing.

However, Amazon has made it possible for people outside the United States to access certain Prime Video shows from an Amazon.com account.

It is possible to stream a limited number of shows, including The Grand Tour, through the Prime Video web interface. Amazon has not yet made its mobile, TV, or console apps available in South Africa.

To watch The Grand Tour in South Africa, you will need to sign up for an Amazon account and activate a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.


Sign up for Amazon.com

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Activate Amazon Prime trial

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Provide credit card details

After the free trial, Amazon Prime will cost $10.99 per month.

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Navigate to The Grand Tour and begin watching

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Now read: Netflix expects stiff competition from Jeremy Clarkson’s car show on Amazon

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