Amazon Now Offers Three Different Ways to Buy Prime




amazon-primeBeen thinking about trying Amazon Prime but has the upfront $99 a year plan given you pause? We have good news for you!

Now you can pick from three options to pay for Prime and the content you want. Do you only want videos from Amazon Prime? You can subscribe to the $8.99 a month plan and get access to the largest library of streaming movies on the web.

Want everything Prime has to offer but want to pay for it as a monthly bill—not an all at once cost? Amazon will now let you pay for Prime with access to books, movies, TV shows, music, and more for $10.99 a month.

Want to save some money? You can still subscribe to Prime yearly for just $99, roughly a $32 savings over the monthly plan and even a savings over the video-only option.

In the end the $99 a year plan really is the best option for the content you get, but Amazon is clearly seeing some cord cutters are tight on money. Although you may pay slightly more over a year, some people who are struggling to pay bills will appreciate the ability to pay by the month rather than upfront.

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