Amazon offers the Prime subscription at a discount for EBT and Medicaid cardholders - here's how to sign up
Added 05-05-21 08:14:02pm EST - “Amazon is making its Prime membership more accessible by giving EBT and Medicaid cardholders 50% off. Here's how to get Prime for $5.99 per month.” - Businessinsider.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Businessinsider.com: “Amazon offers the Prime subscription at a discount for EBT and Medicaid cardholders — here's how to sign up”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
Though it may be easy to write Amazon Prime off as another frivolous subscription cost, being a member is full of perks and benefits that in the end can save you money.
For those that are EBT or Medicaid cardholders, you can sign up for a Prime Membership at 50% off, bringing the rate down from $12.99 per month (or $119 per year) to $5.99 per month for qualified users. For a membership that includes a streaming service, same-day grocery delivery, two-day shipping, and much more, that's a steal.
If you are ineligible for the EBT or Medicaid cardholder discount, another way to save on membership is to sign up for Amazon Prime Student if you have an active .edu email address.
Typically costing $12.99 per month, EBT or Medicaid cardholders can get Amazon Prime with a 50% discount, at only $5.99 per month. The subscription includes benefits like Prime Video, two-day shipping, same-day grocery delivery, and much more.
In addition to free next-day or two-day shipping on millions of items, Amazon Prime can you save money on essentials like groceries, diapers, and baby food — not to mention trips to the store. It's also worth noting that Amazon now accepts SNAP EBT on qualifying grocery items.
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