Amazon Prime is normally $99/year after a free 30 day trial. If you pay for Prime monthly instead of annually up front, it will set you back $10.99/month. Amazon is now offering EBT cardholders the ability to buy Prime for just $5.99/month. That comes out to just $71.88/year instead of $99/year for regular Prime paid up front or $131.88/year for regular Prime paid monthly. More than 60% of US households making $68K+ have Amazon Prime, but membership numbers lag among lower income households. Call it the latest shot in the Amazon-Walmart war as Amazon goes after their lower-income customers. EBT Prime isn’t as cheap as Amazon Student, which is just $49.99/year after a free 6 month trial, but it’s a nice savings off the regular rate for Prime. You need to have an EBT card that matches the name on your Amazon account in order to enroll. You may need to prove your eligibility every 12 months and you can receive discounted Prime for up to 48 months. If you already … [Read more...] about The Latest Shot In The Amazon-Walmart War: Discounted Amazon Prime Membership For EBT Cardholders
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Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on FacebookSignup For An Amazon Prime 30 Day Free Trial And Get A $10 Off $20 Credit At Whole Foods Stores If you don’t currently have Prime you can signup via the 30 day trial link above and you’ll get A $10 off $20 credit at Whole Foods Prime Members always get 10% off sale items. Promo terms: Signup by 11:59pm PT on 4/30. Offer not available to existing Prime members. Offer limited to one promotional credit per customer. Promotional credit may only be used in a single in-store purchase of qualifying items totaling at least $20, excluding all applicable taxes. Qualifying items are any items available for purchase at your Whole Foods Market other than gift cards, alcohol, postage, and gift wrap or other service fees. You will receive an e-mail from Amazon that will provide instructions on how to redeem the promotional credit. Promotional credit expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) May 31, 2019. Promotional credit may only be used on … [Read more...] about Signup For An Amazon Prime 30 Day Free Trial And Get A $10 Off $20 Credit At Whole Foods Stores
Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on FacebookAmazon changed online shopping for good 14 years ago when they launched free 2nd day shipping with Amazon Prime. Amazon announced that they will spend at least $800MM this quarter upgrading the default free Prime shipping speed to one-day shipping. While some items currently have one-day shipping and others offer it on $35+ orders, Amazon is expanding that to cover most products, in most locations nationwide, and with no minimum order over the next couple of months. This comes on the heels of Amazon allowing Prime members to order add-on items without needing a minimum order. That’s a lot of meaningful new value being added for Prime members. Hopefully Amazon is able to hold the $119/year price point for Prime. Don’t have Prime? Signup For An Amazon Prime 30 Day Free Trial And Get A $10 Off $20 Credit At Whole Foods Stores I’m surprised that Walmart hasn’t figured out a way to successfully launch … [Read more...] about Amazon Will Make One Day Delivery The Default Shipping Speed For Prime Members!
Wondering how to cut the cord? We have put together a comprehensive guide on how you can cut the cord, but still enjoy your favourite movies and shows. This guide is specifically for Canadians, and we have gone through all of the streaming devices and services available to Canadians to make sure you can cut the cord without missing anything, except those hefty monthly cable bills! Get a set-top box or streaming device Unless you have a Smart TV or gaming console, you'll probably need some sort of device that'll allow you to stream TV shows, movies and sports through different apps. I've used (and love) both Apple TV and Google Chromecast, but there are many options out there, so chances are you'll find one that's right for you! Apple TV Apple now has two devices: Apple TV and the newer Apple TV 4K (which lets you watch movies and shows in 4K HDR). With one, you can access apps like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Sportsnet and CBC TV. The 32 GB Apple TV runs for $199, while a 32 GB … [Read more...] about Cutting the Cord