How To Get Amazon Prime Day 2017 Deals Without Being Prime Member
Right now it is extremely difficult to venture anywhere near the Internet without becoming immediately aware that there is a pretty big sale going on at Amazon right now; Amazon Prime Day.
With the United States, United Kingdom and other countries taking part, visiting your local Amazon website today should show you the breadth of the sale, with anything from brand new Amazon Echo devices, to Amazon Warehouse stock of just about anything included.
As always, some of the offers are exceptional while others are less exciting. No matter what you are checking out though, you will need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to get your discount. Hence the Amazon Prime Day name. And right there is the rub, because despite Amazon’s best efforts, not everyone is part of the company’s Prime subscription service.
We’re big fans of it, including the Amazon Prime Video streaming service that is bundled in, but for those who do not want to blow the $99 per year just now and still want to get their sale on, there may just be help at hand.
Amazon has historically offered an Amazon Prime free 30-day trial, and that is still running at this time. That means that if you are eligible then you can get a month’s worth of Amazon Prime without spending a penny, although you will of course need to hand over your credit card details for when the subscription’s trial period expires.
That’s where your calendar comes in, because once you have done all your Prime Day shopping you will need to cancel that Amazon Prime subscription otherwise you will be charged. We would argue that if you can spare the cash and order from Amazon semi-regularly then the subscription is worth its weight in gold, but if not then this trial option may be for you.
Just remember to cancel it before those 30 days are up!
To get your 30-days free trial of Amazon Prime going, sign up here: Prime from Amazon.
Once done, check out our selection of best deals in tech on Prime Day here.