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DEAL ALERT: 49% Off Amazon Prime Monthly For EBT Card Holders

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DEAL ALERT: 49% Off Amazon Prime Monthly For EBT Card Holders

Do you have a valid EBT Card? If not, you don’t qualify for this deal. If you do- you can get 49% off the Amazon Prime monthly price ($5.99/monthly) or 29% off the annual price. As a Prime member, the benefits are huge, you basically get a slew of 1,000’s of TV Shows, Movies, Books and more to consume. On top of that you also get free shipping on every order from Amazon. If you use Elite Deal Club, JumpSend or the deals posted on this site you’ll see the shipping can really help you save a boatload of money. If Amazon Prime has been out of your reach, this is a great program to give it a shot. The monthly program is recommended because the savings are larger (and easy to cancel).

On an unrelated note, keep an eye out of Amazon’s new program where they will accept food stamps for grocery items later this year. Go Amazon for being less elitist!

Note: If you have an EBT card and are payinf for Prime already, it appears you might be able cancel and sign up for Prime again at the discounted rate. Make sure to confirm with Amazon support, but one fellow reader looks to have done this (still pending price charge next month). Thanks Laura!

How to get Amazon Prime EBT card savings:

  1. Visit the companies website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”
  2. Login or register for an Amazon account.
  3. Hit “Get Started” and confirm your EBT card number, then finish signing up for your Amazon Prime trial!

* Amazon account required. EBT card required to qualify for savings.

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by on June 14th, 2017