Amazon Prime Hike Won’t Affect Medicaid Patients

As we reported, Prime is going to be upping their price. This coming June, Prime subscribers will see a yearly increase from $99 per month to $119 per month. This announcement comes on the heels of the monthly subscription going up from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. However, the price change will not affect Medicaid patients.

A couple of months back we noted that those who are on Medicaid can subscribe to the service for $5.99 per month or $72 per year. These prices will remain the same. To get this deal, click here.

For those unaware, when you have  Prime membership, you will also gain access to the following features:

  • Prime Video: Unlimited access to tens of thousands of movies and TV shows

  • Prime Music: More than two million songs and thousands of playlists and stations

  • Prime Photos: Unlimited photo storage to preserve family memories

  • Prime Reading: A rotating selection of free e-books and magazines

  • Audible Channels for Prime: Premium original podcasts, audio series and audiobooks exclusively from Audible

  • Kindle First: A free pre-release e-book each month

  • Twitch Prime: In-game loot on Twitch and 20 percent off pre-release digital games

  • Early Access: Exclusive early access to select Lightning Deals

  • Savings: Discounts on select products including 20 percent off diaper subscriptions

  • Prime FREE Same-Day Delivery: One million products, order by noon and get them today in eligible zip codes

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