Amazon Prime Day: how to get a free subscription

How to enable notifications for flash deals and on your wishlist.

GREENSBORO, NC – Membership has its privileges and Amazon Prime Day is no exception, you must be a member to cash out. Amazon Prime Day is July 12 and 13, 2022.

Not a member? No problem. Amazon Prime costs $15 per month or $139 per year, but you can get a 30-day free trial for new subscribers. The trick is to cash in on the sale and remember to cancel your subscription after Prime Day ends.

Deals can go really fast and with Prime anything and everything is on sale. To make sure you don’t miss out on those lightning deals and price drops, you should create a wishlist and put your push notifications on so you know when your item is about to go on sale!

APP: On the main screen, you will find these three lines at the bottom->Settings->Notifications->tap the button on Watch and Waitlisted offers.

You will receive push notifications sent to your phone for your item listing.

APP: The main screen -> Three lines at the bottom -> LIST tab -> Create a list -> Name your list

COMPUTER: On the main screen, hover (don’t click) your mouse over Accounts & Lists at the top right of the page -> create a list -> name your list

ADD ITEMS: Search bar, place item, scroll until you see ADD ITEM and click on it

HOW TO GET $10 FROM AMAZON!

Before July 13, play the stamp game and get $10 Amazon credit.
When you put Prime Day in the search bar, it appears on the main page. You will see four squares. The one on the far left is titled: Explore More.

To collect the stamps, you must:

Make a Prime purchase
Stream a show on Prime Video
Listen to a song with Amazon Music Prime
Borrow an e-book

Do all of these steps and you get that $10 credit.
Spoiler alert here, you don’t have to listen to the whole song, watch the whole show, or read the whole book, you just need to start the process.

When are the best times to look for deals during Prime Days? Usually 9am, then again at 1pm EST. You can get deals on Amazon related products right now.

Comments are closed.