Here’s How You Can Get a Free 30-Day Trial to Amazon Prime Before Prime Day

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Thinking about joining Amazon Prime? Aside from giving you access to Prime Big Deals Day, Amazon is a one-stop-shopping destination for pretty much anything you might need.

From electronics, apparel and beauty and personal care products to groceries, pet supplies, travel gear, furniture, fitness essentials, pharmaceuticals, office supplies, movies, books, video games and more, Amazon has a huge marketplace, plus you’ll get free shipping on most items.

If you’re still not sure about pricing, how to sign up, and exclusive perks like the Prime Big Deal Days event (which will be held Oct. 10-11) and other sales, check below for everything you need to know before joining Amazon Prime.

How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?

A membership to Amazon Prime currently costs $14.99 a month or $139 a year, and you can cancel anytime.

How to Get a Free Trial to Amazon Prime?

Right now, new members can enjoy Amazon Prime for free for 30-days to get access to Prime Big Deals Day and other great sales. It’s not likely, but if the membership price were to increase, there are a couple of clever ways to lock in your rate, according to CNBC.

What Do You Get With a Prime Membership?

With a Prime membership you’ll get exclusive deals and discounts, plus early access to Amazon’s Lightning Deals and Prime Day sales, Amazon Music, Prime Video, Grubhub+ (free for one year), free two-hour delivery on groceries (over $150), prescriptions from Amazon Pharmacy, free video games and in-game items along with a free Twitch channel courtesy of Prime Gaming.

Amazon Prime Membership
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Besides discounts and free delivery, one of the best things about having an Amazon Prime membership is that you get access to Prime Video, where you can stream thousands of free movies and shows included in your membership along with in-theater rentals, hard-to-find shows and films, and Prime Video Originals such as Gen V, The Boys, I’m a Virgo, Citadel, Daisy Jones & The Six, The Horror of Delores Roach, The Summer I Turned Pretty, The Wheel of Time, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, My Fault, The Initiated, Harlem, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Good Omens, and Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power.

For music lovers, Prime members get free access to millions of ad-free songs via Amazon Music and Amazon Music Unlimited (find out how get a free trial for three months here). The streaming platform houses over 100 million songs and podcast episodes.

More Ways to Save

Having multiple subscriptions can get pricey, so it’s always great to find the best ways to save. For example, Amazon Prime is just $6.99 a month (50% off) for eligible EBT/Medicaid recipients (free trial included). That means you’ll get all the benefits of Amazon Prime but at half the price. Amazon also accepts SNAP and EBT benefits for eligible groceries.

Another money-saving membership plan, Prime Student is free for the six months and then just $7.49/month for everything in the regularly priced membership, plus special discounts on textbooks and e-textbook rentals. Prime Student members get access to Amazon Music, select Prime Video Channels for $0.99 a month, and a free two-month trial to Kindle Unlimited to read millions of titles on any device. Click here to start your six-month trial to Prime Student.

Now that you’re all caught up on Amazon Prime, the only thing left to do is join. Click here to start your Prime membership for free for the first month. And don’t forget to mark your calendar: Prime Big Deal Days 2023 will be held from Oct 10-11.

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