7 Days Amazon Prime Trial (Select Accounts?) - £0.99 @ Amazon
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7 Days Amazon Prime Trial (Select Accounts?) - £0.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Oct 2017
Was just about to buy a few items and was prompted to trial Amazon Prime for 7 days for 99p.

I've previously had a trial and Prime so unsure.
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Can't you still get 3 months free prime for new customers? Or get an NUS card and get 6 months free then half price after that..
Aren't Prime trials usually free? They're always offering me it for free.
Just make a new email and get 3 months. (+ Can do that trial again every 12 months)
Haven’t ever seen a 3 month prime free trial. Anyone got a link? :-)
I've only ever seen 30 days trials. When I mentioned using a different email address each month to get a free trial each time I got hated on so bad
Love my Prime, runs out at end of January but I don't think I'll renew. £80 is just a little too much
I think this is a great deal I don't care what nobody says heat from me xxx
last couple of years amazon have done an offer of prime for £59 around beginning of November. Anyone know if they will be doing it again this year?
Tax dodging American multinational. Cold.
PhilK2 h, 52 m ago

Love my Prime, runs out at end of January but I don't think I'll renew. …Love my Prime, runs out at end of January but I don't think I'll renew. £80 is just a little too much



Prime is a marmite-type topic really. When you weigh up the benefits you could use in a whole year, £80 isn't at all expensive for the perks you get.

Same day delivery and also same day 2 hour/1 hour delivery slots, music and video streaming, photo storage, prime unlimited next-day and one of the most efficient and friendly customer services out there, for my £80 is totally worth it for the year.

I'd probably suggest going down the NUS route and getting it half-price or there abouts. Just buy a £5 course online and register for a NUS card (make sure the course provider is on NUS). Around £18 in total or so but gives you other perks such as half-price Spotify etc. Well worth it.
M0nk3h17th Oct

Prime is a marmite-type topic really. When you weigh up the benefits you …Prime is a marmite-type topic really. When you weigh up the benefits you could use in a whole year, £80 isn't at all expensive for the perks you get.Same day delivery and also same day 2 hour/1 hour delivery slots, music and video streaming, photo storage, prime unlimited next-day and one of the most efficient and friendly customer services out there, for my £80 is totally worth it for the year.I'd probably suggest going down the NUS route and getting it half-price or there abouts. Just buy a £5 course online and register for a NUS card (make sure the course provider is on NUS). Around £18 in total or so but gives you other perks such as half-price Spotify etc. Well worth it.



Very true. But thing is I use none of that or VERY rarely, and I mean one or two times
34392823-xH61u.jpgWhy cold?
was offered this again today even though I have previously accepted a trial.
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