Amazon Prime Discount For Veterans & Active Military $79 a Year (Limited-Time Offer)

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Amazon is offering discounted rate of $79 for a year of Amazon Prime ($119 normal price) for verified U.S. veteran, Active Duty or Reserve or National Guard members. This only applies for the first year and is a limited-time offer that ends November 11th (Veterans Day). Basically, a $40 savings if you were going to buy Prime anyway.

Both new and existing Prime members can apply. If you are an existing Prime member, it will extend your Prime membership by one year. You can attempt verification a maximum of three times. Discharge date is the day you left the military.

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  1. Mary Anna says:

    Worked for me. The amazon page glitched out at first, so I contacted customer service. I provided the requested info, and boom, they sent a link that worked and it went through perfectly. ?

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