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Ask anyone around you and they’ll most likely say they have an Amazon Prime membership. At less than $10 a month, it offers many convenient benefits, making it a great investment for its price.
A regular Prime membership is $119 a year. Students not only get 50% off Prime memberships ($6.49/month), but also enjoy exclusive discounts. They can get a free six-month Prime trial here. Meanwhile, Prime is also discounted ($5.99/month) for qualifying customers with an EBT or Medicaid card.
100 million subscribers worldwide evidently think it’s worth it, but if you’re still on the fence about buying a membership, we’ve rounded up its many benefits below.
You might even already have Prime but aren’t using it to its full advantage, in which case this list will be a nice refresher for all the benefits you should know about.
You can experience all the benefits with a free 30-day trial of Prime to see if it’s worth it for you.
Here are the 29 Amazon Prime benefits you should know about.
Free two-day shipping on over 100 million items
The best-known perk, Amazon Prime’s fast delivery service is convenient and applies to just about anything you’ll need from the site. Just look for the Prime logo as you shop.
Free same-day and one-day shipping on over a million items in over 8,000 cities
Check your zip code here to see if same-day and one-day options are available near you
Same-day shipping: Order over $35 of eligible items before noon and get them by 9 p.m. same day. Orders placed in the afternoon arrive the next day.
One-day shipping: Order over $35 of eligible items by the afternoon and get your items by 9 p.m. the next day.
Free two-hour delivery on household essentials with Prime Now
Check your zip code here to see if Prime Now is available near you
Tens of thousands of everyday household items, grocery essentials, and Amazon products can be delivered to you in two hours or less, in select US cities. Delivery windows generally span from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., though some extend to midnight depending on the city.
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