Hint: Free Amazon Prime
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Hint: Free Amazon Prime

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Found 5th Aug 2013
Hi guys just a heads up to keep getting a free trial.

I have done this for the last 6 months.

Start a free 30 day trial on your amazon account if you haven't already done so. If you have already done a trial before then see below. Note that there is a minimum period you wait between starting a new free trial with the same account. I think it may be 6 months but if someone could clear that up that'd be great.

If you have already done the trial, sign up for a new account with a different email address. I kept everything else the same, card number, name, address etc. and I had no problems.

Once you have done this, begin your free prime trial again. To save having different orders over many accounts, invite your main account to the prime membership using manage my membership option under your account. That way you can keep all your amazon accounts organised.

That's it! This method is perfect for people who don't order often (maybe the odd thing here and there) and you get free one day delivery! Make sure you switch off auto upgrade on all accounts to prevent being charged £49.

I've done this for ages and had no problems so thought I'd share it! Amazon will probably pull the free trial now!
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17 Comments

I've done this for a while as well but never knew about being able to link the accounts. Thanks for the tip.

I don't think I'd want to risk losing my Amazon account when they find out

i think it's a good discovery i didn't know that you could link acc like this good one.... saving £49 but i'm a avid amazombeeeee i've a subscribe&save scheme


Cold why is this going cold perhaps one of the freezer voting cold can shed some light.... oh make sure you come close enough with the bulb it will melt the ice....

Never thought of doing this thanks. No idea why it's cold, like Amazon need the money.

dalipsinghno1

i think it's a good discovery i didn't know that you could link acc like … i think it's a good discovery i didn't know that you could link acc like this good one.... saving £49 but i'm a avid amazombeeeee i've a subscribe&save scheme Cold why is this going cold perhaps one of the freezer voting cold can shed some light.... oh make sure you come close enough with the bulb it will melt the ice....



Good question. Didn't know about this and is a really good heads up.

I haven't read the small print, but this is likely fraudulent.

dil1

Never thought of doing this thanks. No idea why it's cold, like Amazon … Never thought of doing this thanks. No idea why it's cold, like Amazon need the money.



I don't think amazon is actually a very profitable company, hence why they weren't paying taxes. They have been in the red for so long

The terms of the free trial are that you can have 1 free month free trial every 13 mom

I had a free trial in June and am still using the same account. When I logged in yesterday they were offering me another free trial on the same account.

xmubzx

I don't think amazon is actually a very profitable company, hence why … I don't think amazon is actually a very profitable company, hence why they weren't paying taxes. They have been in the red for so long



They have profits, they just reinvest them on things like these Amazon prime trials rather than paying dividends so by the end of the tax year the overall profit is nearly zero and they don't have to pay tax :).

Uns

They have profits, they just reinvest them on things like these Amazon … They have profits, they just reinvest them on things like these Amazon prime trials rather than paying dividends so by the end of the tax year the overall profit is nearly zero and they don't have to pay tax :).



They don't do that to avoid paying tax though, that would be foolish

xmubzx

They don't do that to avoid paying tax though, that would be foolish



It's more to do with short term growth, I just meant it as an explanation as to why they don't pay tax

Edit: The Guardian have got a good article on this if anyone's interested link

Edited by: "Uns" 5th Aug 2013

Amazon terms "We reserve the right to accept or refuse membership in our discretion" nothing in terms about multiple accounts so all good until they realise, personally don't use amazon enough these days but may be useful around Christmas time.

xmubzx

I don't think amazon is actually a very profitable company, hence why … I don't think amazon is actually a very profitable company, hence why they weren't paying taxes. They have been in the red for so long



The amazon owner has just spent $250 million buying The Washington Post so i can't imagine he is struggling that much

I am very happy to pay for my valid Amazon Prime sub - service is always excellent and, if they fail to make their estimated delivery date, they will credit you 1 free month to make up for delays. I think it is a bargain. Plus, Prime subscription allows you to borrow Kindle books for free.

crappy fudge

kiwikeen

I don't think I'd want to risk losing my Amazon account when they find … I don't think I'd want to risk losing my Amazon account when they find out



Takes two minutes to create an Amazon account and they would never ban anyone for this anyway.
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