Amazon Prime Has Discounted Plans for as Little as $5.99 a Month, If You Qualify & Students Can Also Get 6 Months Free

amazon buildingBack to school is in full swing, and Amazon has some great deals to help students and those in need with discounted Amazon Prime memberships. Amazon is also offering discounted plans for those on EBT and Medicaid for as little as $5.99 a month.

Amazon Prime Student

Students can join Amazon Prime with a 6-month free trial. After that, students can subscribe with a reduced rate of $6.49 a month or $59 a year. To sign up with this discount, you’ll need a student email address ending with .edu. With your student account, you’ll be able to stream content, get 2-day shipping, and use unlimited photo storage.

EBT and Medicaid Discounts

For those with EBT or Medicaid, an Amazon Prime subscription is just $5.99 a month. To sign up, you’ll need to confirm your eligibility. You’ll have access to streaming content, 2-day shipping, and exclusive deals on everyday items including diapers and baby food.

Amazon Family

For no additional fee (just the regular Prime subscription cost of $12.99 a month or $119 a year) you can sign up for Amazon Family. With this membership, you’ll get exclusive offers for your family like up to 20% off of subscriptions for diapers, baby food, and more. You’ll also get 15% off of baby registration completion discount.

Start with a Free Trial

Before choosing which Prime membership is right for you, start with a 30-day free trial. With your free trial, you’ll have access to free 2-day shipping, Prime Video, Prime Music, and access to the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. You’ll need a valid credit card to sign up. After your 30 days, you’ll automatically be moved to a regular Prime membership and your card will be charged.

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