We now know that The Grand Tour, the long awaited TV show starring former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, will be available to Amazon Prime members from Friday 18 November.

It will then run for the following 11 weeks, with each new episode appearing on Amazon Video on subsequent Fridays. Exciting times.

However, you might be wondering how you can watch it on your TV at home, because unless you have a Smart TV with the Amazon Video app or a connected device that features the service, you could miss out.

Luckily Amazon is offering a cheap way to ensure you can watch the series. It has reduced the price of its Amazon Fire TV Stick to just £9.99 for Prime members for the next two days.

The Stick is a small dongle you plug into a spare HDMI port on your set and it gives access to Amazon's entire streaming video line-up. It also has apps for rival service Netflix, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and many other streaming platforms. Plus, there are plenty of games and other applications to enjoy.

You'll have to be quick to make use of the offer though as it expires in the UK at 23:59 on Tuesday 20 September. You need to head to a dedicated page on Amazon.co.uk, sign up for a year of Amazon Prime membership and you'll get £25 off an Amazon Fire TV Stick (normal RRP is £34.99).

Unfortunately, the offer is not available to existing Prime members.

Amazon Prime membership costs £79 for the year and as well as give access to a vast library of TV shows and films to stream on demand, including Mr Robot, it enables you to get free next-day delivery on millions of items, even same-day in many cases.

It also includes Prime Music, a music-streaming service, unlimited cloud photo storage and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, which offers free access to more than a million eBooks.