Amazon Prime Day is typically celebrated as Christmas in July, or “Black Friday in July”. But this year, Christmas in July comes early with Prime Day scheduled for Monday, June 21 and Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Amazon Prime Day in June offers big savings and more deals than on the “real” Black Friday. You find deep discounts on electronics, games, TVs, smart home, kitchen, grocery, toys, fashion, furniture, appliances and back-to-school supplies, and even stock up on everyday essentials. See the deals here!
These deals will be for Prime members only. Not a Prime Member? Get a FREE 30 day trial of Prime so you don’t miss out on these deals! You can cancel anytime before your 30 days are up and you won’t be charged. Read below for more Prime Day benefits.
Amazon Prime members receive a number of benefits including free 2-day shipping, streaming of over a million songs, TV shows and movies on Prime Instant Video, unlimited photo storage, free ebooks and more.
- Free one-day, two-day, or same-day shipping (depending on your location). I often am able to get one day shipping for many items.
- Free movies and TV shows to stream through your smart TV, Roku, Fire Stick, or other device
- Discounts and special deals at Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon
- Free, unlimited cloud storage for photos. I LOVE this service. You can have your photos load to Amazon photos automatically, and their prints are quality prints and lower prices than many other online print services.
- Free access to two million digital songs, available to play through the Amazon Music app for desktop or mobile
- Free Kindle book each month
- Exclusive deals and discounts available to Prime members only
- Early access to Lightning Deals
- Cash back on a Prime credit card
- Prime Wardrobe — try on eligible clothing items and only pay for those you keep. I recently used this for a wedding we attended to pick out dresses for myself, and clothing for my children. I was able to try on and send back what we didn’t want without any charges until I made my decision. My card was never charged for the items I returned, so there’s no waiting for a refund.
A one-year subscription to Amazon Prime costs $119 (or $12.99/month), but you can get a 30-day FREE trial. After those 30 days you’re free to cancel and there will be no charge. Right now is the best time to join, so that you’ll be ready for Prime Day! Try Amazon Prime now!
Prime is just $5.99/month for qualifying customers in select U.S. government assistance programs such as holders of the EBT card. Enjoy the benefits of Prime at almost 50% off the regular monthly price!
Don’t forget, if you’re a student, you can get a 6-month trial for FREE. After your trial, you’ll enjoy Prime at half the price, just $6.49/month, or $59/year. You’ll also qualify for exclusive deals on Showtime, Kindle Unlimited, and Amazon Music Unlimited. All you need is an .edu email account or university details to qualify. Sign up for your free trial of Amazon Student here!
Are you a student, but already have Prime? You can switch to Amazon Student and pay less! By signing up for a Prime Student 6-month no-cost trial, you are cancelling your current Prime membership. (You will be refunded any unused portion of your annual fee, if applicable). During your new trial, you will receive Prime Student trial benefits but you will lose access to Kindle Owner’s Lending Library, diapers deals, and household benefit sharing.
What are you Priming today?