Amazon Prime Membership for $67 – One Day Only

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In celebration of Transparent’s 5 Emmy wins this past Sunday, Amazon is lowering the annual price of their Prime service to $67 for one day only.

The Offer

On Friday, September 25, from 12:00am ET to 11:59pm PT, we are offering new members a special price of $67 (normally $99) for the first year of Prime.

Amazon Prime Features

  • Free 2 day shipping
  • Unlimited music streaming
  • Access to Prime Instant Video
  • Free unlimited photo storage
  • Early access to lightning deals
  • Kindle Owner’s Lending Library

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Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Blanca
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Blanca

For new members only?

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

It seems to be new members only based on the language they used. Last time it works for both new and existing members though.

Blanca
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Blanca

Thanks!

Alex
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Alex

Can I buy it for use a later time when my existing subscription expires?

Dave
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Dave

I’m wondering thes same thing

Sam
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Sam

I am at the end of the 30 day free membership. Can I cancel and then apply on Friday with the same credit card?

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

My guess based on past experiences is that anyone who currently isn’t a Prime member will be able to do it. I can’t guarantee that of course, but it seems in your case it might at least make sense to try.

As of now the terms I have listed above are all that I have seen released, so it is impossible for me to give you a solid answer. If I were you I would try that though.

Cassio
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When I go to sign up at time of paying it states $99. Do I need a code?

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

It doesn’t start until Friday. The start and end times are above in the post.

Cassio
Guest

Thank you! I missed that.

Curtis
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Curtis

I bought about 5 year’s worth back when it was $79 still before the increase to $99. I think that it should be possible to cancel these and cash them in for amazon credit, and then re-buy tomorrow at the lower $67 to save $13/year. Yes?

David
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David

Doesn’t seem to be working for existing prime members. I was only able to see the price difference when logged out. I added it to my cart, then signed in to checkout. An error message appears

“Amazon Prime (One Year Membership) is not available for you to purchase because you are either a Prime member or you are buying Prime with 1-Click ordering. Please delete this item to continue.”

(I wasn’t buying with 1-click ordering)