The ease of Amazon shopping is becoming more affordable for more families.
Amazon has announced that the company will be offering its Prime membership at a discounted price of $5.99 a month to low-income families receiving government assistance.
Prime usually costs $10.99 a month, which comes out to about $132 a year, or $99 a year if paid annually. Right now, families who have Electronic Benefits Transfer cards—used for food stamps through SNAP, WIC, and TANF benefits—will be able to secure discounted Prime membership for $5.99 a month, which comes out to about $50 per year.
Will you be getting a prime membership now?
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1. #powerfallfest is lit 🔥
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2. @liluzivert x @power1075 x #FallFest x #KBFilms 🎞📽
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3. The homie @djlukenastyy in the building tonight at #PowerFallFest. I'm DJn his set so we bout to set Columbus on 🔥🔥🔥🔥 #DownWithTheKing
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4. 🔥🔥🔥 #powerfallfest
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5. Backstage at the #PowerFallFest @djbigbink and Vonzail @musiqman81 ..#bigbinkshow
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6. @lildonair with her "life sized" LilD sign 💁🏽
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8. #we LIT!!!!!! #powerfallfest #bigbinkshow
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9. Hey Columbus @thedopedixon has you covered on all BTS of Fall Fest on that snap @ "Power1075" 👑
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10. #rp @LILDonAIR: "I said "hey @djmrking we should dress alike!" He said "that's corny." Then I see this 🙄 That's my dj doe!! #PowerFallFest
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