TODAY March 19th- is last day to lock in price before Amazon Prime Increase!
Have you heard? Yearly membership to Amazon Prime increases on March 20th. The fee will increase from $79 to $99! If you have been thinking about trying Amazon Prime services, I suggest you start a trial within the next 6 days. This way, if you decide to go ahead and join Amazon prime after the 30 days, you will get the $79 fee for that year.
Start you Amazon Prime Trial Membership by March 19th and lock in the $79 Membership if you choose to continue the services.
Already an Amazon Prime member? Here is what Amazon says about your renewal:
If your membership renews before April 17, 2014, you’ll be charged at a membership rate of $79. If your membership renews on or after April 17, 2014, you’ll be charged at a membership rate of $99.
UPDATE: Here is how CURRENT AMAZON PRIME MEMBERS can lock in 1 more year of $79!
1. Log in to Amazon account. Find the “Your Prime” section and click it. At bottom of the pop up screen, you’ll see a link that says “Manage Your Prime Membership”. Click that.
2. On the left sidebar you should now see the date that your Prime membership will expire.
3. Click the “End Membership” (right under the expiration date). You will still remain a member but it will automatically cancel when your membership expires (this is turning off “auto renewal”).
4. Now, go HERE on Amazon where you can gift an Amazon Prime Membership– to yourself! Use your current Amazon email address and set the delivery date for the day AFTER your current membership expires (the date you saw in your “Manage Your Prime Membership” section).
5.The day after our Prime membership expires, you’ll get an email with the Prime Membership “gift” you sent to yourself. There should also be instructions in the email on how to renew your Prime membership.
Thanks Surviving the Stores for the pics and details on how members can lock in the Amazon Prime price.
Do you use Amazon Prime? I know many people love Prime for the Free 2-day shipping options and the streaming. Why do you love Amazon Prime? Will you continue to subscribe at the $20 higher yearly rate?