Last day to get £20 off Amazon Prime

I personally can’t live without Amazon PRIME anymore. The next day delivery is super handy, I can listen to new music for free on my phone and the films and TV shows are great for a rainy evening.

If you are not already an Amazon PRIME member, you might want to join today and save £20!

Until midnight tonight a 12 month membership costs £59 instead of the usual £79.

The list of Amazon PRIME perks is long. As well as TV shows, films and documentaries, Amazon PRIME also comes with free music streaming and Kindle downloads.

This is in addition to the real money saver – free next day Amazon delivery – and unlimited photo storage.

PRIME DAY

As a PRIME member you can also access amazing deals at this year’s PRIME DAY which starts on 10th July at 6pm and lasts 30 hours! We will write about the not to miss deals once we have more information.

To find out more about Amazon PRIME and to start your membership, visit this page of the Amazon website.  The £59 deal ends tonight.

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Comments

  1. The inclusive kindle download requires that you have an actual kindle device. This has always been the deal breaker for me. I would much prefer kindle benefits with prime than old movies and tv shows .but I don’t want to have to use a kindle. Access to prime day can be obtaibed by taking out monthly subscription and cancelling once it’s over; one month is usually also enough to catch up on the newer movies too. IME if ordering items sold and delivered by amazon you get them next day anyway even when selecting standard delivery so long as the item is coming from a UK depot. If tbey are not then they are often excluded from next day delivery even for prine members.

    • I might have misinterpreted what you’re saying, but I access Kindle content, using the Kindle app on my Iphone (it’s a plus, so quite readable still).

      I also thought they had a Kindle app for Windows, but could be wrong?

      • I’m using the kindle app on my iphone and have been using it on an Android tablet in the past.

        • Anika, Andy. I also use kindle for android and my partner uses ipad. However, I was unable to access the kindle lending library with either of these which is necessary to borrow the free kindle title benefit that comes with prime. Amazon informed me I could only access it if I had a kindle device itself as opposed to kindle on another platform. Curious to know if either of you can borrow your prime kindle title on either android or iOS? If so, I have some other problem and amazon have been telling me fairy stories. I always thought it was a little odd that I can subscribe to kindle unlimitted on kindle for android but I could not access kindle lending library.

          • Here is the trick:

            Open your normal Amazon App
            in the menu choose Prime
            click on ‘everything included with Prime’
            choose Prime Reading
            click on ‘learn more’
            choose a book or magazine
            click on ‘read for £0’
            click ‘read now’
            open it in your Kindle app

            Hope this works

            • You are a star Anika, many thanks 🙂 I will give it a try by signing up for a month for my September travels. If it works (and it sounds like it should) then that will swing it for me.

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