Amazon Prime Day 2022: How to save on membership perks and get discounts

Amazon Prime Day 2022: How to save on membership perks and get discounts

Want to take advantage of Amazon Prime Day discounts, but don't want to pay the $14.99 a month for membership?

Amazon Prime Day, on July 12 and 13, is all about saving. Here’s how to save if you are a student or government assistance recipient.

Students and qualifying government assistance recipients can sign up for a Prime membership for a discounted monthly rate right now.

Students get an extended 6-month Amazon Prime free trial period, then need to pay just $69/year. You save $70 annually.

Prime membership discounts are also for customers with an EBT card or other qualifying government assistance documentation.

You only pay for a membership of $6.99/month, saving $8/month after a free 30-day trial.

You get free delivery, access to Prime Video, Prime Music and a whole range of amazing discounts.

If you’re everyone else, take advantage of the no-strings-attached free 30-day Prime membership trial.