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Amazon offers 30-day free trial for Amazon Prime, plus a $10 bonus for referrals

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There’s a reason this Internet Deals Examiner has her Amazon Associates link to this 30-day free trial for Amazon Prime customers offer at the start of this article.

First of all, I love the product and am so glad my husband footed the $79 per year to get us Amazon Prime. I tend to borrow my daughter’s Kindle (since that’s one of the devices the Amazon account with the “prime” features are attached to) in order to borrow a Kindle book to read for free every month. I’m totally into helping people self-publish their own Kindle books from their own Microsoft Word documents in 12 steps, and I love reading what others have to write about increasing their own Kindle book sales.

So at the start of every month, I know I can return the book on the Kindle that I’ve recently read or skimmed through and get another one to read for the month – all absorbed by the yearly cost.

But free Kindle book reading is just a part of why I love Amazon Prime. The other reason is that free two-day shipping feature. It helps to know if I order something on Monday, Amazon will most likely have it to me by Wednesday or even earlier, it seems. They are just so darn quick.

Our son takes advantage of the prime feature to catch up on classic movies like “Christmas Vacation” and stuff that he can watch instantly. So everybody has their purpose for loving it, and especially us Amazon Associates referral program participants, who were treated to this bit of news a mere 7 hours ago in our email inboxes:

Starting December 26, 2013 through January 10, 2014 you are eligible to earn $10 for visitors you get to sign up for Amazon Prime 30-day Trials rather than the standard $2 bounty, Amazon Prime is our membership program that offers special benefits for just $79 per year.

That gave one more incentive to recommend something already beloved by many.


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