The secret Amazon Prime perk you probably don’t know about

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The secret Amazon Prime perk you probably don’t know about
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If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can now get six months of free digital access to the Washington Post.

Amazon Prime perk: Free digital newspaper access

Available to new digital Washington Post subscribers only, this exclusive offer saves you $10 a month. To take advantage, simply follow this link and log in with your Amazon account information to start your free trial.

After the free trial expires, your subscription will automatically renew at $3.99 a month. You can cancel anytime.

Washington Post offer for Amazon Prime members
Washington Post offer for Amazon Prime members

If you want to make sure that you don’t get billed down the road, go ahead and set a calendar reminder (or two) to cancel the subscription six months from now.

I’ve made a note on a wall calendar, plus with Google’s free calendar tool.

In addition to free two-day shipping on millions of items, Amazon Prime members get access to TV shows and movies, music streaming, eBooks, photo storage and so much more.

An Amazon Prime membership costs $119 a year or $12.99 per month.

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