Amazon is the largest global online retailer, consistently growing its footprint in various markets. Amazon Prime is the sticky membership offer that drives the company’s success and helps consumers save money.
Having an Amazon Prime membership makes it easier to save money, but sales can induce people to overspend, especially when using credit cards. Spend consciously on things you need and create a budget to help you manage finances.
Metro by T-Mobile (which now includes Sprint) offers its users free Amazon Prime if you sign up for Metro’s $60 unlimited rate plan for as long as you keep that plan. That sounds like a good deal to me.
College and university students can enjoy a six-month trial for free and then pay half the subscription cost of $69 per year to get the same perks, including two-hour grocery deliveries, and rent textbooks with savings of up to 90%.
Amazon Business Prime is a membership suited for the workplace. They offer business-oriented services for $69 a year, plus free one-day shipping on millions of items and same-day delivery on eligible orders.