Amazon is offering a discount for people on governed benefits to get access for Amazon Prime. This discount is for people with legitimate Electronic benefit transfer card.

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Amazon is creating new prime membership discount for low-income shoppers. The discount Amazon is offering is based on a monthly Prime membership for people that obtain government assistance. People that have a legitimate Electronic Benefit Transfer card, that is used for the following programs such as, Food Stamps, or Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program, will pay $5.99 monthly for Amazon Prime benefits including unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows and free shipping.

The regular Amazon Prime membership yearly is $99, however foe people who cannot provide the fee have an option to pay $10.99 monthly. According to Amazon Vice president Greg Greeley, Amazon created this choice to make its Selections and saving more accessible, with inclusion of several conveniences and entertainment benefits of Amazon Prime. 


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