Amazon Lowers Cost Of Amazon Prime For EBT/ Food Stamp Recipients

Amazon will begin to make its Prime membership program affordable to customers on government assistance programs. The program requires that customers have a valid Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card to qualify, will bring the cost of Prime down from $10.99 per month to just $5.99 per month instead. The program requires a valid EBT card – The card that the government transfer funds for various programs to for access.

The card will only discount the cost of using Prime – it is not to make purchases on, nor used to pay for membership.

The discounted membership will include all the perks associated with Prime — free photo storage, free streaming video and music, use of the Kindle lending library, the ability to shop from Amazon’s Essentials and access to Prime Now (where available).

Sign up for low-cost Prime Membership here

Sign up for a 6 months trial if you’re a college student here at

Sign up for regular Prime at 10.99 a month here at

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