Here's how active and former military members can get Amazon discounts
Amazon is giving massive discounts on Prime memberships to current and former military members in recognition of Veterans Day, the company said Nov. 5, 2019.
The offer cuts the cost of Amazon's yearlong Prime membership by more than 30%, to $79 from $119.
Amazon is offering the promotion to US veterans, as well as active-duty, Reserve, and National Guard members. Both new and existing Prime members can take advantage of the offer, the company said.
To receive the discount, military members must visit this landing page on Amazon's site between Nov. 6 and Nov. 11, 2019, to verify their eligibility.
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Once eligibility is verified, the discounted Prime membership will be added to the customer's cart, and the customer will be directed to complete the process by checking out.
People interested in the promotion should also know:
- The discounted rate applies to only one year of Prime membership.
- The promotion will extend the memberships of current Prime members by one year.
- Customers can attempt eligibility verification only three times online. Amazon instructs anyone having trouble with verification to contact its customer-support team by email after the first failed attempt.
- Prime Student and other discounted Prime members are not eligible to receive the discount.
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