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Hurry! Save $20 on Amazon Prime for 1 day only!

Hurry! Save $20 on Amazon Prime for 1 day only!
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As you prepare for the holiday season, you might spend a lot of time running from place to place to get food, presents and entertainment the whole family can enjoy. Instead of burning gas and running yourself ragged, why not make everything you need come to you? With Amazon Prime, you can have your groceries and gifts delivered to your home plus access to millions of books, songs and movies.

Normally, Amazon Prime costs $99 a year or $10.99 a month. But maybe that price is a little bit outside your budget. If that's the case, here's a heads up on a deal you don't want to miss.

For tomorrow only (November 18, 2016), you can start an Amazon Prime membership for only $79. That's a $20 savings off the regular annual fee. The site says it's for eligible new members, so it may only apply to brand new customers who have never had an account with them before. Check the site tomorrow for the terms of the deal.

This discount arrived at the perfect time to help you get your holiday shopping done. As a Prime member you get free two-day shipping on tons of gifts; in fact, many things qualify for free same-day delivery. Start shopping soon, you don't want shipping delays due to higher demand to keep gifts from arriving before Christmas.

To make preparing Thanksgiving dinner easier, you can get groceries delivered in just 2 hours for free with Prime Now. Again, make sure you order the food soon and freeze it for later so that shipping delays don't hold up dinner.

Also, when popular gifts go on sale, you'll be the first to know. Prime members get a 30-minute head start on Lightning deals.

This deal celebrates the launch of a new Amazon original series, "The Grand Tour." It's a motoring series starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.

If you're already a Prime Member, make sure you're taking advantage of these seven perks. Also, check out these 5 tips for saving money on Amazon.com.

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