comments Prime Free 4 Month Trial

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To get a trial offer to Amazon Prime, put a bunch of items into your shopping cart, select one or two day shipping, and on the final checkout screen you should see the following text:

[Your name], you have been selected to receive a FREE four-month trial of Amazon Prime. If you sign up then you can get unlimited One-Day Shipping for $3.99 per item on over a million items sold by while your trial lasts.
Learn more & sign up (link added)

Click the link and a javascript-esq pop-up will appear with a HUGE “Sign me up — it’s FREE” button to sign up.

The free Prime trial lasts four months after which they will charge you usual $79 annual fee. They even promise to send you two reminder emails! For my thoughts on Amazon Prime, if you pay for it, read this post.

No Purchase Is Necessary!

Update: You can get the free offer by clicking this link:

And to prevent it from automatically upgrading you from the trial (free) to the actual ($79/yr), go to Your Account, scroll down and click Manage My Subscriptions, and then click the “Do Not Upgrade” button. I’d still double check after four months to make sure you aren’t charged.

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4 Responses to “ Prime Free 4 Month Trial”

  1. at work says:

    The link does not offer a free trial, just the $79 per year subscription. I guess they changed it?

  2. jim says:

    It appears that some people are offered the free trial and other aren’t. If the link does work, I suggest trying the first method (putting some products in your shopping cart, selecting 1 or 2 day shipping, and hope for the offer). I signed up via the link in the shopping cart but I had to try multiple times (get all the way to the final checkout page and then close it and retry until it appeared).

    Good luck!

  3. MyMoneyBlog says:

    No workee for me. Bummer.

  4. wow says:

    Well I would first check to make sure the items you are adding to try this with are prime eligible, I got the trial and used it fine

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