Amazon Prime Day is here, offering a slew of deals to customers. But do you need to be a Prime member for Prime Day, or you can enjoy the sales without signing up? Here’s the low-down on how you can gain access.
Is Prime Day for Prime members only?
Prime Day deals are exclusive to Amazon Prime members, so yes, it is members-only to take part in the sales. Prime Day is an incentive to sign up for the commerce site’s monthly membership, so it makes sense that Amazon would make this a requirement.
However, the barrier for entry doesn’t necessarily require any payment exchanging hands. You can still access the Prime Day deals without paying the monthly fee, thanks to Amazon’s free trials.
How to get Prime Day deals without a Prime membership
To take part in Prime Day deals without paying for a Prime membership, simply get your hands on a free trial right here. Amazon has a 30-day free trial waiting for Amazon users without Prime and newly registered customers, too.
This means that you can sign up for the service, then cancel after the trial has ended or after Prime Day has concluded. This allows you to get access to Prime Day deals without continuing to be a member, offering the best of both worlds if you don’t want to pay a monthly fee.
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