Amazon Prime has six months free and then half price for college students. Households on government assistance can also qualify for a half price deal. Here are the details on these Amazon Prime discounts.
Amazon Deal for College Students
The regular price for Amazon Prime – which includes Amazon Prime Video – is $14.99 a month or $139 for a year.
If you are a college student, you can get a free six-month trial, then pay just $7.49 a month afterwards. To sign up visit:
You’ll need to list your college, graduation year and major. If you have a .edu email address it might be best to register with that.
Amazon Deal for Government Assistance
If you’re on government assistance you can get Amazon Prime for about half price.
If you receive SNAP, WIC or Medicaid, you can get a one-month free trial, then pay just $6.99 a month afterwards. To sign up visit:
You’ll need to provide a SNAP number or Medicaid number to get the half-price special.
Use SNAP EBT on Amazon
Amazon now allows SNAP EBT participants to register their SNAP EBT card and use it to purchase eligible groceries. To register or get more details, visit:
Amazon One Month Free Trial
If you are neither a student nor an EBD/Medicaid recipient, you can get still a one-month free trial at:
Is There a Senior Discount for Amazon Prime?
Amazon does not offer a senior discount for an Amazon Prime membership, but if you have someone in the household who is a college student or gets government assistance, you can get a big Amazon Prime discount. Details above.
About Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime is a paid subscription service that gives users access to free same, one or two-day delivery, streaming music and video, and other benefits. There are more than 150 million Amazon Prime subscribers.
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