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How to get Amazon Prime for free

How to get Amazon Prime for free
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For $99 a year, Amazon Prime is a great bargain. You get free two-day shipping on your purchases, and a whole lot of perks you may not realize you get.

Plus, you can share your membership with another adult in your house and add your kids to your Prime account. You get free shipping and you can watch thousands of movies and TV shows anytime you want from your TV or computer for free on its Amazon Video service.

You can also securely save all your photos to the cloud with Prime Photos, read 800,000 free eBooks. Plus, you get a 30-minute head start on Amazon's big discounts with Amazon Lightning Deals.

Note: Click here to sign up for Amazon Household. You can add another adult to your Amazon Prime account and add your kids, so you can manage what they access on Amazon.

But if you're anything like us, you want an even better deal, right? Well, how does $0 for Amazon Prime sound?

We know three secret ways you can sign up for Amazon Prime for FREE. Are you ready to save lots of money and gets lots of FREE perks, too? Let's count down, starting at No. 3.

3. Free Prime with your phone plan

This is a great deal, especially if you use a lot of data on your smartphone. Sprint recently rolled out a huge Amazon perk when you sign up for its Amazon Better Choice XXL plan.

Here's how it works:

You get 12 months free Amazon Prime when you sign up for the plan. You can be either a new Sprint customer or an existing Sprint customer who switches to the plan. You get 40GB of shareable high-speed data and unlimited talk and text.

Plus, if you use more than 40GB, you get unlimited data, but at 2G speeds. It also includes unlimited free international texting to more than 180 countries and a mobile hotspot, so you can access the Internet from your laptop or tablet no matter where you are.

To sign up, you can go to a Sprint store, go online to Sprint.com/Plans or call 1 (800) Sprint-1. When you sign up, you'll get a text from Amazon to activate Amazon Prime.

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