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The perks of an Amazon Prime free trial, and how to sign up

Get free delivery across a range of products, exclusive deals and access to entertainment.

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Shopping at Amazon is hard to beat, with a huge selection of products at typically competitive prices.

To take it to the next level, there’s Amazon Prime that offers fast, free shipping and streaming and entertainment options. If you’re an Amazon newbie, try before you buy with a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.

Or head to our Amazon Prime Day hub for exclusive sales and deals available only to Prime members.

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Try Amazon Prime for free for 30 days

Enjoy Prime benefits including FREE two-day shipping on eligible items, Prime Video, Alexa Shopping and more.

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What benefits do I get with Amazon Prime?

  • Free two-day shipping on eligible products.
  • Discounts and additional savings at Whole Foods stores.
  • 30-minute early access to select Lightning Deals.
  • Full access to Amazon Prime Video.
  • Free Twitch Prime, with complimentary games each month.
  • More than 1,000 e-books through Prime Reading.

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Pros

  • Free and expedited delivery on a growing number of products.
  • Access to premium entertainment services, like movies and TV.
  • No contract means you can cancel at any time.

Cons

  • Not all products are eligible for free or expedited shipping.
  • Limited selection through Amazon Prime Video and Prime Reading.

Common questions about Amazon Prime

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