• 50% Off Prime Membership with SNAP or EBT


    You can score 50% off an Amazon Prime membership if you have a valid EBT or Medicaid card. If you are qualified for this offer you will get your Prime subscription for just $6.99 per month, regularly $14.99! Check out below other assistance programs that qualify for this offer:

    • 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 EBT)
    • Economic Impact Payment Card (EIP Card- *limited time only)
    • Other programs by state

    How to Get 50% Off Prime Membership

    To see if you qualify for this offer simply follow the steps listed below:

    • Click here to get the 50% off Amazon membership with government assistance
    • Click the ‘Get Started’ or ‘Enjoy Prime Free for 30 Days’ button
    • And finally, confirm you qualify with a valid EBT number (note you will be asked to upload an image of your EBT card)

    You will need to verify your status every 12 months.

    If you are not part of any of the assistance programs you can still start your free 30-day trial! You can always cancel after Prime Day if you don’t want to continue. If you’re a student, even better! You can sign up now for free 6 months of Prime, and if you decide to keep it, you’ll get 50% off on your membership!

    Amazon Prime Benefits

    For more information on the Prime membership as well as Prime Insider head over here.

    Start your Free Trial NOW!

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    1. 1

      I’ve tried Several times to click on all the links, but nothing happens!

    2. 0

      I LOVE my prime membership! Wish this was available for existing members!!

    3. -1
      nebulann@gmail.com :

      It’s state/federal programs for low income. I’m a senior EBT subscriber and have been for years. Where’s my prime discount Amazon?! (Rhetorical)

    4. -2

      Thanx will try it out even thou we had it for years now as well! Hopefully WIC is approved 🙂

    5. -3

      It doesn’t state Medicare on their Amazon website..

    6. -4

      I don’t have a Snap Card. I take pics of front and back of my Medicare Card. I’ve been approved for a hot second then denied because I have a Medicare Card.. I’ve tried this 3 times! Amazon said they don’t take Medicare. That’s my Disability Card.

    7. -5

      i don’t receive food stamps but I do get have Medicaid and I just went to the page typed in my Medicaid information and member ID # and it dropped mine 50% and I already had prime and have had it for years

    8. -6

      Nothing for anyone who has Disability… 😩

    9. -7

      How do you get the 50% off if you already have a Prime membership and recently qualified for Snap and Medicaid?

      • -7.1

        Hey Phiphiana! I have reached out to Amazon customer service and they confirmed that this is for both the new and old customers, if the customer qualifies. All you need to do is verify if you are qualified, upload the required ID/s and the discounted fee shall apply. Hope that helps.

      • -7.2

        All I had to do was upload my snap card and maybe my ID. I’ve had it for 6yrs. I will inform you though, you would be paying $6.50/month for prime and a week after your charged that- they charge you $7.50. idk why, I’ve tried calling and reaching out but it’s impossible. I’m not the only one its happening to so just be warned

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