Today Only! Save ~$39 on Amazon Prime Each Year

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Today Only! Save ~$39 on Amazon Prime Each Year

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Update:   Amazon has changed the deal.  It’s only valid for new Amazon Prime memberships and NOT gift subscriptions.

Until tonight at 11:59 pm Pacific Time, you can buy Amazon Prime (free 2-day shipping, streaming movies & TV shows, music, and more) for $67 instead of $99.  

Better yet, use your Discover it® Cash Back to save an additional 5% (if you’re registered) because Amazon is a bonus category this quarter.

And you’ll get your cash back matched at the end of your 1st 12 months if you’re a new Discover it Cash Back cardholder.  Or if you previously signed-up for the double cash back deal.  That reduces the price to ~$60!

Today Only Save 39 On Amazon Prime Each Year
Today Only, Save up to ~$39 per Year on Amazon Prime. You Get Free 2-Day Shipping. And I Like That You Can Now Download Their Collection of Movies & TV Shows to Watch During Flights!

Folks with AMEX SimplyCash, Ink Plus, Ink Business Cash Credit Card, or Ink Bold, can buy Amazon gift cards at US office supply stores to earn 5% back, bringing the price of Amazon Prime down to ~$64 per year.

You can use Amazon gift cards to pay for Amazon Prime gift subscriptions.

See my original post for all the details and ways to save on Amazon Prime, including how to lock-in this low price for as many years as you want!

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Also Amazon says very specifically that the discount is for first year only. Not “each year.” But if you got in on the gift purchases, I suppose it could have been each year that way …

If you have access to a .edu email account–even if you’re not a student–you get an even better deal: 6 months free Amazon Prime membership, after that your membership is at 50%, currently that would be $50/year after the free 6 months.

A .edu email address is any email address that ends with .edu. You need that only to activate your Prime Membership since Amazon emails you the link there. Afterwards you can change that under settings to your regular non-edu email and still keep the membership with the student benefits.

You don’t need a referring link to get those benefits, but if you use mine, you get the same benefits and I get a $5 referring bonus. Here it is:

Why would you want to sign up for a new account just to receive the $67 price. Wouldn’t that just be overlapping essentially? For example my membership ends in June 2016, so I don’t get the point. Maybe I’m missing something.

Following! I would love to get in on this!

Looks like Amazon caught all the blogs and removed $67 price for gifts. You can still get it with a brand new subscription. I.e. if you already have amazon Prime you’d have to use a new email address to sign up a NEW account at the cheap price today.

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