Amazon is offering a military discount for a limited time.
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If you are a veteran or an active duty military member in any division of this Armed Forces, thank you for the services. But too, you always need to be watching out for discounts directed toward service members. Here’s a particularly invaluable one: You can find a year old Amazon Prime for only $79. You have to jump on this fast, since the deal is currently only accessible from Nov. 6 to 11. But person, is it worthwhile. A normal year of Prime generally costs $119.To qualify for the discounted Prime membership, you have to confirm that you are a US veteran, on Active Duty, or at the Reserve or National Guard. You can not combine this with a different Prime reduction, and if you are a Prime manhood, this expands your membership by annually by the date it might have generally expired. If, such as me, you have been retired or separated for a little while, you may want to dig your filing cabinet to locate your official release date. I discovered my DD Form 256 in which I expected to find it, together with my high school transcripts. Is an Amazon Prime membership worthwhile? At that the complete cost of $119, I occasionally have my doubts. But at $79? It’s a no brainer — by quite a few transport perks to video and music streaming to boundless cloud storage for photographs, there are in fact greater than 20 motives to register. For a reminder of whatever you receive, check out Cheapskate Rick Broida’s full collection of all you receive with an Amazon Prime membership. THE CHEAPSKATE NEWSLETTERAll the latest deals delivered to your inbox. It’s FREE!
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