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  1. I see you have Prime Free for students. Why do you not consider seniors too? Our options for entertainment are few, and think how much we will deserve to see a good movie, on a good place, from a good enterprise.

    • I think you need to address this with Amazon, not us, since that they are the ones providing this service. Good luck.

  2. The title is 10 Ways To Get Amazon Prime for Free, then the ten things in the list are mostly, NOT ways to get Amazon Prime for free. Does this make any sense to you? It doesn’t to any sane person.

    • If you read the post, it does describe how you can get Amazon Prime for free, at least on a temporary basis. Thank you for your opinion and comments.

  3. Does Amazon have their own credit card system (I buy and pay things off in X period of time)?

    • I believe they do, actually. Try Googling, “Amazon credit card”, and you should find some information about it. I hope that helps.

  4. I see where you can get free prime when you are EBT, live in certain states, etc. I was wondering if you can get it free when on social security? I live in Florida.

    • According to their website, you might also qualify if you have a Medicaid card. Of course, you could always contact customer service and ask as well. I hope that helps.

  5. My husband and I are 63 and 62 respectively. We are totally disabled and are having to sell our house of 40 years to make ends meet. I have read that Amazon sometimes gives Amazon Prime free to seniors who are on food stamps, EBT, Medicare, and medicaid. Is this true?
    Thank you,
    Hope Peeples

    • Check out the section in our post titled, Discount Membership Options. It does talk about getting Amazon Prime for a reduced fee in some situations which may include yours. But, as always, the best way to find out for sure is to check it out through Amazon. If you can’t find the information, try doing a search about it or contacting them directly and asking. I hope that helps!

  6. I just wanted to say thank you. I would’ve never known about all those discounts and all the different things you can do. I am so excited, I might be able to open my own account now. I love it.

    • Thank you!

  7. This has been the best article ever! Thank you for this information! It has been so helpful to me!

    • I’m glad we could help!

  8. Do I get free shipping if I signed up with Frontier Internet? I know I get one year of prime TV, but does that include shipping also when I signed up with Frontier Internet?

    • You’d have to check with either Frontier Internet or Amazon to find that out.

  9. Thanks for all the information on Amazon Prime. I’ve wondered about how it worked. Your article was great. I just signed up for the 30 day trial. Your info that I can pay monthly was the final push. I never had $119 extra lying around.

    • I’m glad you found the post helpful! 🙂

  10. This is off the subject of discounted or free Amazon Prime. So, Mr. Deacon, how do you become an Amazon employee? I am a single widow that needs something part time to full time. I’ve got to fill the lonely empty spaces inside and out! Thank you for the fast and great tips you’ve shared to the public.

    • If you want to sell on Amazon, check out our post on this site titled, “15 Ways to Make Money on Amazon.” If you just want to become an employee of Amazon, go to their main website and scroll to the bottom. Once there, you should see a link on the lower left that says, “Careers.” Just follow that link to check out jobs with Amazon. Good luck!

  11. Why does Amazon Prime not offer discounts to military families, veterans, seniors, retired first responders, teachers, law enforcement, fire fighters and people that protect our nation?

    • You would need to direct that question to them to get an answer. 🙂

  12. Why doesn’t Amazon have a senior discount for membership (not a little price break either)? Are you discriminating against seniors, firefighters, first responders, etc.?

    • You are directing your question to the wrong place. This site is not Amazon and can’t help you with this issue. You should send these questions to Amazon. Please use the links to go to Amazon and ask them about it. I hope you can get it changed. I’m sure it would help a lot of people. 🙂

  13. This is the best informative actual helpful article that gave me the answers I was looking for without trying to car sale you into joining or buying something. Am very greatful thanks and will share it with others.

  14. Thank you

  15. I am getting charged 13.07 a month from my account to amazon prime. I don’t know why and would like it removed please. Please let me know why and what this is for.

    • Hey Dan, I would contact Amazon’s customer service and see if they can tell you what this charge is for! I’m personally not sure what it would be as I can’t see you’re account so I would try to contact Amazon!

  16. Am I paying for Amazon and Amazon Prime?

    • You don’t need to pay to use Amazon, but you do Amazon Prime! If you’re paying for Prime, maybe there’s a way you can get it for free! Learn more in this post!

  17. I realize the savings with Amazon prime, and i have an account. However i just realized im also paying separately for Prime Video, and Starz? Isn’t Prime Video a part of the Amazon Prime membership??

    • Yes! Prime video is included with an Amazon Prime membership. I would check into it and cancel the Prime video membership if you’re paying for it separate from your Amazon Prime membership!

  18. Thanks for the information I never knew about the free trials and the discounted price for people in Medicaid that makes it affordable for me. Thank you

  19. I just want to know how I can get out of having Amazon Prime. I do not want to spend $127 a year to get “free two day shipping”.

    • If you don’t want to pay, cancel your subscription! If you’re not sure how to do so, contact Amazon and they should be able to help you out fo your subscription!

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