Amazon is now offering Amazon Prime subscriptions at a discounted rate for anyone receiving government assistance. So, having persuaded enough Americans on high- and middle-incomes to sign up for Prime, Amazon is now going after Americans earning less than the average. Bold strategy.Which Amazon Prime Subscription Is Right for You? Which Amazon Prime Subscription Is Right for You?Potential subscribers formerly only had one option when it came to Amazon Prime. However, now, Amazon is offering three different subscription plans so you can pick the one that best suits your needs.READ MOREThe United States is a rich country. However, there’s a huge gap between the rich and the poor. At one end of the scale are billionaires like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, and at the other end are people who are struggling to get by. Amazon, whose founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is worth $85 billion, is now reaching out to the lowest earners. Because everyone deserves Amazon Prime.Amazon Prime Is Great Value for MoneyIn the U.S., Amazon Prime costs $99-per-year or $10.99-per-month. This buys you free two-day shipping on most items, access to Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Photos, and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, among other things. This represents great value for money, but only if you can actually afford Amazon Prime in the first place.
Amazon Prime Is Now Cheaper for People on Welfare