Share Prime benefits such as Prime delivery and Video by adding a "family member" under the Amazon Household.
My wife piggybacks off her sisters prime. Two separate amazon accounts with different payment methods and different delivery addresses but only one (the sister in law in my case) pays for the Prime membership.
Sharing benefits with Amazon Household requires both adults to link their accounts in an Amazon Household and agree to share payment methods. Each adult keeps his or her personal account while sharing benefits at no additional cost. To set up an Amazon Household, go to the Amazon Household
Prime benefits that can be shared with the other adult in your Amazon Household include:
- Prime Delivery
- Prime Now
- AmazonFresh grocery delivery (if the Prime member has the Fresh Add-On)
- Prime Video (streaming only)
- Prime Reading
Discounts and Exclusives
- Prime Wardrobe
- Prime Early Access
- Prime-Exclusive items
- Prime Live Events, Premium Seating, and Pre-Sale tickets on tickets.amazon.co.uk (Note that these tickets are exclusively available to paid Prime members).
- Prime-exclusive pricing on Amazon Music Unlimited and Kindle Fire for Kids Unlimited subscriptions.
- 20% off nappies subscriptions, compliments of Amazon Family.
The following Prime Benefit can be shared with any family member, subject to age restrictions:
Twitch Prime: Twitch Prime is a set of Amazon Prime benefits created for gamers. Prime and Prime Student members can share the on-Twitch benefits of Twitch Prime. Members can link up to four Twitch accounts to enjoy ad-free Twitch viewing and exclusive chat icons. Twitch Prime also includes access to games, in-game loot, and a channel subscription at no additional cost for the first user under the shared account who accesses each benefit. To link up to four Twitch accounts with your Amazon Prime or Prime Student account, visit Twitch Prime
- Prime Music and Prime Video Channels content are not sharable.
- For more details about Prime benefits, go to About Amazon Prime
- Student members can't share Prime benefits through Amazon Household, and customers receiving their delivery benefits from another Prime member can't share their benefits
- Prime benefits can't be shared with child profiles from Fire for Kids Unlimited.
Sorry if this has already been posted (I did a quick search but couldn't see one).