50% Off Amazon Prime Membership w/ SNAP or EBT | Pay Just $6.99/Month

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Pay HALF the price on an Amazon Prime Membership!

If you’ve been wanting to score a discount on an Amazon Prime membership, you’ve come to the right place and shopping from your couch can be easier than you think!

If you currently have a valid EBT or Medicaid card, you can score 50% off an Amazon Prime membership! This offer is valid for anyone that is currently enrolled in any of these assistance programs…

  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TTANF)
  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
  • National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Coronavirus Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) – NEW
  • Economic Impact Payment Card (EIP Card- *limited time only)
  • Other programs by state

If you qualify, that means you can score an Amazon Prime membership for just $6.99 per month (regularly $14.99/month)! 😱

Don’t qualify for the offer above? You can still score a FREE 30-day trial here!

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Follow these steps to find out if you qualify…

To see if you are eligible for this special discounted Amazon Prime Membership, simply follow these directions…

  • Head on over here,
  • Click the ‘Get Started’ or ‘Enjoy Prime Free for 30 Days’ button,
  • Confirm your eligibility with a valid EBT number (note you will be asked to upload an image of your EBT card)
  • Then, you’ll be shopping in no time! Easy Peasy!

*Note that you will need to re-qualify every 12 months.

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Don’t have an EBT Card?

If you don’t qualify for any of the offers mentioned above, you may still be able to score one of these freebie trials on a new Amazon Prime Membership

Remember, with any of these membership options, you’ll enjoy FREE 2-day shipping on millions of items, unlimited movie and TV streaming with Prime Video, free unlimited photo storage, 30-minute early access to Lightning Deals, exclusive discounts, and so much MORE!

Check out even more of the awesome benefits that Amazon Prime offers!

Chelsey has both a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Arizona State University with 3 years of blogging experience consisting of pieces not only for Hip2Save, but also other publications in the health, lifestyle, and education field.

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Comments 29

  1. Liz

    Im glad that people have some extra help during this difficult time.

    • Lisha

      I am too

  2. Joy

    Thanks for posting this. 36 million Americans are on food assistance. This will help people that can’t leave their homes due to quarantine, illness, or not having transportation to stores.

    • Lisha

      Exactly and I’m glad some are able to take advantage of this offer. I’m not eligible but things can shift at any time. I stay thankful.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  3. Ana

    I think it’s awesome that Amazon even offered this opportunity. Especially during these times. I’m sure this is will be and has been a blessing to many people!

  4. Katie

    How did it work transitioning from the yearly plan to this monthly one? Did they refund you the difference or did you just lose the remaining amount left on your plan?

    • K

      I would also like to know this. I’m a current amazon prime yearly subscriber and recently renewed my plan just last month, I would be super grateful to get this discount though if it works still for current subscribers

    • mnemosyne786

      They issued me a refund.

  5. Donna

    I use ebt and this is very helpful to get food cause I can’t drive. (Paying the half off amazon price is better than me paying for a ride to get groceries).

  6. Camille

    I have prime already so does anyone know how to change to this 50% off program?

      • Camille

        That worked thanks! It automatically changed my account and refunded a prorated amount since I pay yearly.

        • Nicole

          I also pay yearly but can’t seem to find where they refund a prorated amount. Where did you find that info? Thanks.

          • Natasha

            I got an email from Amazon, stating how much my refund is.

            • Angela

              Does it make it look like you re signing up and then they email you? I was going through the process and it made me feel like I was signing up again even though it was connected through the app and logged in to my account.

              • Natasha

                Yes it did look like i was signing up again, monthly payments.

      • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

        Thanks so much for the helpful comment!

  7. Natasha

    Thank you so much for posting this! Been going through some rough times, this helped a lot! Got a refund of $56! Thank you!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are welcome, Natasha!

  8. Meg

    It is saying no offers for me. Mine renewed in December. Anyone have any luck getting it changed over? How did you do it?

  9. Yvon

    I hope they offer this to healthcare workers too.

  10. Ana

    We don’t qualify for ebt but still can’t afford 120 for prime. I’ve been squeaking by by using subscribe and save but they are no longer offering me free shipping.
    Anyone know why they stopped giving me that on s&s? I sometimes use my family members prime but it’s a hassle. Thanks.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Ana! Maybe try changing your delivery dates for S&S. That may do the trick to apply the free shipping for you. Hoping this is helpful! 🥰

      • Ana

        Thank you, I will try that.
        It might be I’ve done it too many times?
        I’m not sure if there’s a limit how many times you can use the free shipping on s&s for each account?

  11. Mama

    I have a pandemic EBT card under my kid’s name. Does anyone know if I can use it for this Amazon Prime discount (for my Amazon account)?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You could always reach out to customer service to see if they may be able to look into that for you. Hoping they may be able to help! 💖

    • Kara

      Yes, you can! That’s how we qualified.

  12. Megan

    After March 25th, this will go up to $6.99 a month. Not a huge jump and still a good deal but just thought people should be aware if they are just signing up through one of these programs and then see a jump.

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