Tuesday, November 29

Amazon Prime Video free trial: how to get it | Digital Trends Spanish

Surely you have heard of Amazon Prime, the subscription of the giant of internet sales that comes with a large number of excellent benefits and services. But you may be a little less familiar with Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming service that competes head-to-head with Netflix and Hulu, offering a wide variety of original series, movies and documentaries. Great, but is there an Amazon Prime Video free trial?

Is there an Amazon Prime Video free trial?

There is an Amazon Prime Video free trial, but it’s tied to the free trial of Prime, which lasts for a month and may or may not be available to you. To see if you are eligible, go to the amazon prime page and check it out. The general rule of thumb is that the Prime free trial (and, by extension, an Amazon Prime Video free trial) is available to those Amazon accounts that have never signed up for a Prime free trial, or have not been Prime – either for a trial or a paid membership – in the last 12 months.

Prime’s free trial is typically 30 days, similar to Hulu’s free trial. But ok: if you’re not eligible for this one, be patient: from time to time, Amazon will offer free trials to its loyal customers, so if you have an Amazon account (but not a Prime membership) and shop on the site regularly , one day you might find a Prime trial offer in your inbox. However, these will often be shorter trials – seven or 14 days – rather than the 30-day trial. However, Amazon is often a bit more generous with these trial periods than other services (Disney+ and Netflix, for example, don’t offer any free trials).

Can you get Amazon Prime Video for free?

Amazon Prime is quite popular, with over 200 million subscribers, and Prime Video is no slouch either. You might be surprised to learn that Prime Video is available as a completely separate subscription from Amazon Prime, and you can subscribe to it for $9 per month. Sometimes you can get Amazon Prime or Prime Video for free through third party offers. These can come with select purchases from certain retailers or bundled with Internet packages or cellular network services (usually with unlimited plans). If you’re looking to sign up with a new ISP or switch network providers, do some research to see if any of them offer free Prime or Prime Video subscriptions.

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One of those free Prime deals T-Mobile has itwhich includes Amazon Prime with its prepaid plan SubwayUnlimited. T-Mobile Metro pricing starts at $60 per line per month (it gets cheaper if you add more lines to your plan), and since it’s prepaid, you won’t see annual contracts here. That’s a great way to get free Amazon Prime, including Prime Video, if you’re looking for a new unlimited plan.

Are there Amazon Prime Video deals?

Amazon offers discounts to new Prime members quite regularly, and you just have to be on the lookout. Right now, for example, new Prime members can enjoy a 50% discount on their first three months of service. That brings the monthly price down from $15 to $7.50 a month, which works out to $22.50 in savings over three months. However, after that, your subscription goes back to its normal price of $15 per month. Alternatively, you can always upgrade to the annual membership, which is another way to get an Amazon Prime deal.

If you opt for a monthly paid Prime membership, after a year you will have paid $180 dollars, but if you decide to contract an annual membership, you will pay only $139 dollars once. That averages $11.60 per month, saving you $41 over a year. It’s not a fortune, of course, but it’s money that stays in your pocket.

Another way to save – as long as you’re a college student with an email address.edu valid – is to register for a membership of Prime Student. Not only is it cheaper than a standard subscription of $7.50 per month or $69 per year, but you also get a free trial of Prime Video from six months. This is possibly the most generous offer of any subscription service we’ve seen, but true to its name, Prime Student is only available to those who are signed up for at least a course at a US university.

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