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Free Amazon Prime Membership for 3 months with “Amazon Mom”

15 years ago, I’m sure no mother would want to be called an “Amazon Mom”. Now the world’s largest online retailer makes me want to be an Amazon Mom.  Amazon.com is promoting their Amazon Mom program with a Free 3 Month Trial.

 

Why be an Amazon Mom even if you’re not a mom, or an Amazon?

  • Free Amazon Prime Membership (if you already have an Amazon Prime membership, get a 3 month refund!)
  • 20% off diapers and wipes subscriptions
    • Includes a 5% Subscribe & Save discount plus an additional 15% discount exclusively for Amazon Mom members
  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items with Amazon Prime
  • Exclusive deals and discounts
    (Amazon Mom e-mails, with exclusive deals and discounts on items for your whole family)

If you shop online, then you’ve shopped Amazon.  They have an incredible return policy for baby and kids stuff (90 days).  They always have great (often the best) prices.  I once bought a digital camera, and had it shipped to my hotel in Alaska.  It turns out, I messed up on the address of the hotel.  Amazon went ahead and sent me another new camera anyway.

So what happens when the Free Trial ends?  Amazon explains:

Once your free shipping benefits end, you may continue receiving Amazon Mom benefits and more by joining Amazon Prime. As a paid member of Amazon Prime, you’ll receive:

  • You continue to get 20% off diapers and wipes subscriptions with Amazon Mom and Subscribe & Save
  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items (not available on Subscribe & Save orders, on used books, or on Amazon Marketplace orders)
  • FREE Unlimited instant streaming of thousands of videos (This is like Free NetFlix!)
  • A Kindle book to borrow for free each month from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library (Your iPhone, Android Phone, Desktop computer, or iPad can all be used as a Kindle Reader for free.  You don’t have to have a Kindle, though you can get a Kindle as Cheap as $69 now.)
  • Prime membership sharing benefits: Invite up to four household members to share your Prime shipping benefits for free

If you choose not to join Amazon Prime, you’ll still receive Amazon Mom e-mails offering exclusive deals and discounts.  You can always opt out, or unsubscribe from the emails. If you ever want to cancel, it’s easy. I believe they will even pro-rate it. I had an Amazon Prime membership in the past, but stopped using it when I lived abroad for awhile. To cancel, I contacted Amazon, and got a quick full refund.

So how much is Amazon Prime? It is $79/year. If you shop online a lot, you’ll save the money in shipping. It’s still cheaper than NetFlix if you use the Movie feature.

Of course, you don’t have to be a Mom to enjoy the benefits of cheap prices, free 2 day shipping, even free movies and e-books.

Check it out,
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Amazon Mom Free 3 Month Trial