Last Chance To Get Amazon Prime for $79 - $99 Price Change Goes Into Effect at Midnight

As was announced last week, Amazon is changing the price on their Amazon Prime service. For those that don't know, Amazon Prime offers you free two-day shipping on a variety of products. As well as Prime Instant Video which has a ton of great movies and TV shows available for you to watch. It's all part of your yearly membership which has been $79 since it was introduced about 7 years ago. Last week, Amazon announced that they are upping the price to $99 per year. Which may seem like a pretty big change, which that is an extra $20/year. But think about it, that's still less than what you pay Netflix in a years' time.

For those that have student accounts, or are eligible for a student account, Amazon Prime is currently $40/year and will jump to $49/year as of tomorrow. If you're a heavy user of Amazon, Amazon Prime is a great service. I've been using it for a few years now, and I don't know what I'd do without it. Even at $99/year, it's still worth it, at least in my opinion. So if you're interested in getting into Amazon Prime before the price increase, you've got a few hours left to get in on it. We've got a link down below for you to sign up from. Don't forget, you also get a free 30-day trial. So you can cancel within the first month if you don't want Amazon Prime anymore. But I have a feeling you're going to like it.

Amazon Prime (One Year Membership)

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