Amazon Prime Price To Increase Lock In Now!


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The current price of Amazon Prime is $99/ year. There are lower prices available for students, $49. I think Amazon Prime is amazing and I order from Amazon like crazy! I even use it when I travel, Use Amazon Prime Now On Your Trip! Unfortunately, starting May 11, 2018 Amazon Prime membership price will increase! 🙁

Amazon Prime Price To Increase Lock In Now!

Per Amazon, Starting May 11, 2018, new members will be charged $119/year for an annual Prime membership and $59/year for an annual Prime Student membership.

Starting June 16, 2018, existing Prime members with an annual membership will renew at a rate of $119/year. Prime Student members with an annual membership will renew at a rate of $59/year.

Monthly Prime members continue to pay $12.99 per month. Monthly Prime Student members continue to pay $6.49 per month.

Amazon Prime Price To Increase Lock In Now!

You can manage your Prime membership here if you already have it.

You can also give the gift of Prime here and lock in the $99 rate for the future.

Prime members enjoy:

  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on over 100 million items

  • Watch thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime Video

  • Stream millions of songs and thousands of playlists

  • Also get free Kindle e-books, unlimited photo storage, exclusive access to deals, Twitch, and much more

Bottom Line

It’s unfortunate when things get more expense for sure. If you don’t have active Amazon Prime membership, you an join for only $99 prior to May 11, 2018.

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  1. This is a very poorly written article. The author is all over the place and makes it hard to read. Apologies if English is not the blogger’s first language.

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