Amazon: Free Amazon Prime Trial Membership for Parents or Caregivers

September 8, 2010

Amazon is offering a Free 3-Month Trial Membership to any Parent or Caregivers of a baby/child right now. Here are some more details on the exclusives you’ll also receive with this “Amazon Mom Program:”

* FREE Two-Day Shipping with Amazon Prime: When you join Amazon Mom, you will receive FREE Two-Day Shipping with Amazon Prime for the first 3 months of your membership. For each $25 you spend within a single order in the Baby store, we’ll grant you an additional month of Amazon Prime shipping benefits. You can earn up to one year from the date you joined Amazon Mom.

* 30% off select diapers and wipes: As an Amazon Mom, you receive an additional 15% discount on top of the standard 15% discount on select diapers and wipes when you sign up for Subscribe & Save delivery.

* Exclusive email discounts and offers

Thanks for sharing, Coupon Pro!

This might be a good one to sign-up for to get all those great discounts during the holidays.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Claire September 8, 2010 at 10:50 am

Is it an automatic renewal of the Amazon Prime membership. I know you can extend your membership based on purchases, but I’m concerned about being charged after my ‘earned’ period. I couldn’t find that detail anywhere.
Thanks!

2 coupongeek September 8, 2010 at 12:19 pm

Claire,

You can go under Manage Prime Membership under Your Account to check off Do Not Renew.

Jaycie

3 CJ September 8, 2010 at 2:18 pm

I didnt see anything under Manage Prime Membership to choose do not renew. Where would it be on the screen?

4 coupongeek September 8, 2010 at 3:07 pm

CJ,

Go under “Your Account” on Amazon. Under Orders, Manage Prime Membership, there’s a button to click to Do Not Renew. You can’t set it to Do Not Renew until you sign-up for it.

Jaycie

5 Claire September 8, 2010 at 6:52 pm

This must be if you pick a trial membership, not Amazon Moms. I have a specific membership period and am not getting the Do Not Renew checkbox either.

6 coupongeek September 8, 2010 at 8:22 pm

I’m seeing other bloggers say that it will automatically cancel when your trial is up. You may want to email or call them to verify. I’ve never seen it where the Do Not Renew button wasn’t there, but you are right–it’s probably because it’s a limited program this time and not a membership.

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