Amazon Prime Day has typically taken place in the summer and is a special sale for Amazon Prime members with discounts on hundreds of thousands of items. Well, Amazon is giving their Prime members one more shot before the Black Friday shopping season with a new Amazon Prime Early Access sale. Here are the details.
New Amazon Prime Early Access Sale
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For the first time ever, Amazon will be running another Amazon Prime sale, this time to give “early access” for holiday shopping deals for Prime members. This event will take place on October 11-12 in the US as well as Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and the UK.
Here are some other ways to get it discounted as well, in case you are not eligible for a free trial.
Amazon Prime Discounted for Students – Free for 6 Months
If you happen to have a .edu e-mail address (if you don’t, you can still be eligible but it will take 3-5 business days to confirm), you can sign-up for free Amazon Prime for 6 months with a 50% discount on Prime membership following that free trial period.
This is great for any students out there that want to get some real savings on Amazon Prime Day and to still take advantage of the shipping benefits and more up through the start of the coming school year.
Discounted Amazon Prime for EBT Cardholders
If you are on a government assisted program with something like an EBT, you can get Amazon Prime at a discounted monthly price of $6.99 per month (which can be cancelled at any time). This will help you access some deals for items that you may have been looking for some deals on come Amazon Prime Day.
Monthly Membership of Amazon Prime – $14.99
This isn’t free but it is a lot less than you would pay for an annual subscription ($139)! For $14.99, you can have Amazon Prime for one month and cancel it at any time. If you do this, you are essentially paying just $15 to get a bunch of deals for Amazon Prime Day. If you are only doing it for Prime Day, I suggest you wait to see if there are some great deals that give you what you are looking for at a discount of more than that $15 before pulling the trigger.
This is the way to got if you already took advantage of a free Amazon Prime trial in the past.