How to Get Amazon Prime for Half Off




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With Amazon Prime, you can get so many benefits, not just free shipping on orders, but movies, TV shows, music, and so much more are all included with Amazon Prime. The pain, though, is Amazon Prime now costs $139 a year. The good news is there are options to save money on Amazon Prime.

Here are a few ways you can cut the cost of Amazon Prime:

#1 Get Half Off With an EBT or Medicaid Discount

If you get SNAP, Medicaid, or other qualifying government assistance, you can get Amazon Prime for half off! You get access to all the same features as the full-price membership but at half the price.

The only thing you need to know is that you will need to submit proof that you qualify every year to keep this half-off offer.

You can signup for Half Off Amazon Prime and learn more HERE.

#2 Amazon Prime Student

If you are a student, you can get Amazon Prime FREE for six months and for $69 a year after that. If you prefer to pay monthly, you can pay $7.49 as a student.

This offer is only good for four years or until you graduate, whatever comes first. You also need a .edu email address.

You can learn more about Amazon Student and signup HERE.

There you go, how to save some money on Amazon Prime. Do you know any other ways? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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