Amazon Prime Price Increase 2/18: Here’s How to Lock In the Old Rate
If you haven’t heard, Amazon announced that it would be raising its Prime membership price, from $119 to $139 a year. That means it would go up from $12.99 to $14.99 per month, if you pay monthly instead of yearly.
New members will want to join Prime before February 18 to get in on the savings! Plus, you get a free month to start.
When does Amazon Prime Price Increase?
When the price goes up for Amazon Prime, depends. For example, new Prime members will begin to see the higher price on February 18, 2022. Conversely, existing members will see the price go up starting on March 25, or whenever they need to renew their membership.
How Can I Pay the Old Rate for Amazon Prime?
Of course, there’s a workaround you can take advantage of through February 18, 2022. Since you cannot renew early, you can’t just add time now if your subscription isn’t up yet. So, what can you do?
TIP: Existing members, if you buy a gift subscription to Amazon Prime right now, you’ll only pay the current low price of $119. Then, whenever it’s time to renew your subscription, you can use the gift subscription (which only cost you $119) to renew for a full year!
You can redeem the gift subscription after Amazon Prime price increases on Feb. 18, or March 25, or whenever your Prime subscription expires. It only cost you $119, even though by that time the price will be $139.
So, you’ll save $20 by acting now! Go, buy a gift subscription to Amazon Prime right now. Then, apply it to your account when it’s time to renew.
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