Amazon Prime Membership Available for $67 for New Members

This is a good opportunity to sign up or maybe give yourself an early Christmas present.
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As a result of Amazon winning five Emmy's on Sunday for their hit show "Transparent" at the 67th Emmy Awards, they will offer their Prime membership for $67 for new members. It's only a 24-hour promotion starting on September 25 at midnight ET.

This is a good deal for anyone, except students, who has been on the fence about signing up for the $99 membership before. Students already get a discounted rate and only pay $49 per year (and no one asks when you graduate, by the way), so if you're still in school you should just ignore this special promotion.

Technically, there is a way you can take advantage of this even if you're already a Prime member. You can find more info on that from our community here.

Given that Amazon probably already converted a lot of new sign-ups during Prime Day, this is a quick promotion that they can afford to get even more people to sign up before the holiday shopping season kicks in. People who signed up for the free 30-day trial but backed out due to the $99 membership fee might reconsider signing up for $67.


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