How do I get 5.99 a month with Amazon Prime?
EBT and Medicaid cardholders get a discount on Amazon Prime
After your trial ends, customers who verify with a valid EBT or Medicaid card receive access to all Prime benefits, discounted to just $5.99 per month.
Join now at amazon.com/qualify.
Why is Amazon charging me 5.99 a month?
A bank has placed an authorization hold for recently canceled or changed orders. When you place an order, Amazon contacts the issuing bank to confirm the validity of the payment method. Your bank reserves the funds until the transaction processes or the authorization expires, but this isn’t an actual charge.
How much is Amazon Prime video a month?
About the Amazon Prime Membership Fee
More information about this can be found at Amazon Prime Price Change. If you choose to be charged on a monthly basis, your membership charge will be $12.99. If you choose to be charged on an annual basis, you will be charged $119. Prime Video membership is $8.99 a month.
How do I get Amazon Prime cheaper with food stamps?
If you are on Food Stamps, TANF or WIC and have an EBT card, you can now get Amazon Prime Membership for $5.99 a month.
Sign up for Amazon Prime Discount for EBT Holders
- Step 1 – Visit the Prime Discount Site.
- Step 2 – Upload EBT Card to Activate Discount.
- Step 3 – Start Enjoying Prime Discount on Amazon.