Amazon will cut the price of its Amazon Prime service from $99 a year to just $73 a year for a limited time.

Today Friday, January 15 until 11:59 a.m. local time on Sunday, January 17.7 Amazon Prime will be on sale as part of the retailer’s celebration of the 73rd Golden Globe. Amazon’s original series Mozart in the Jungle won two Golden Globe wins. To thank everyone Amazon is also letting you stream both seasons of the comedy for free this weekend. You can stream the show even if you do not have an Amazon Prime subscription:

Mozart in the Jungle took home the 2016 Golden Globe award for Best Musical or Comedy Series, while its lead star, Gael García Bernal, earned the coveted title of Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series. This year’s win marks four total Golden Globe awards for Amazon, following last year’s double win for Transparent in the same categories, and also makes Amazon the first network in a decade to win Best Musical or Comedy Series and Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series in back-to-back years for different shows.

Other bonus of  Amazon Prime are Instant Video, Prime Music, free two-day shipping on a ton of products sold on the site, and free unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos. Should you already have Prime you can buy a gift subscription and email it to yourself. Then you have to cancel auto-renew on your existing Prime membership and wait for it to expire, so you can then use the $73 gift code for another year of Amazon Prime.