These Amazon Prime Day deals are looking hot. And you do not even have to be an Amazon Prime member to receive the same discounts as previously signed-in customers.
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Amazon Prime Day is an annual shopping event for Prime members. We are now two days away, but there are already some. If you signed up for your Prime Membership Trial, you should not miss any Prime Day quotes by signing up for and using this secret weapon on Prime-Day.
When you're done shopping for the Prime Specials, set an appointment on your calendar to remind you to cancel your membership. Otherwise, you will be charged the usual member rates. This will allow you to sign up for and cancel an Amazon Prime account in time for Amazon Prime Day. (And here are.)
Sign in to Amazon Prime from your laptop or phone.
If you have not saved your payment information on Amazon through another purchase, you will need your credit or debit card.
1. Sign in to your Amazon account in the Amazon Shopping app or on Amazon.com or create an account.
2. Select Try Prime in the upper left corner.
3. Tap or click Start your free 30-day trial .
4. Make sure your credit or debit card is up-to-date (including your billing address) – if not, it's time to do so.
5. Select Next .
6. Tap or click Start your free 30-day trial .
7. That's it! You can start shopping at any time and benefit from the benefits of Prime membership such as express delivery and, of course, the Prime Day offerings.
Cancel Your Prime Membership
To avoid being charged, you must cancel your membership before the 30-day deadline.
1. Log in to your Amazon account.
2. Tap or click Account .
3. Select Prime (computer) or Prime Membership (telephone).
4. Select to terminate membership and benefits .
5. Tap or click Exit My Benefits .
6. Select Continue to Cancel .
7. That's it. Your Prime account should be canceled. You can check this by adding an item to your card and checking if you have the option to send it with Prime the next day or within two days. If not, you have successfully canceled.
More information on the Amazon Prime Day 2019 can be found here:and .
Published on June 27, 2019. Update, June 28 . Updated on July 15 .