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At the end of the Amazon Prime free trial or your chosen membership period, your card will be charged automatically for the next membership period.
Note: The annual membership fees for Amazon Prime and Prime Student changed on May 11, 2018. Monthly memberships remain at $12.99 and $6.49. More information about this can be found at Amazon Prime Price Change.
If you choose to be charged on a monthly basis, your membership charge will be $12.99. If you choose to be charged on an annual basis, you will be charged $119. Prime Video membership is $8.99 a month.
EBT and Medicaid cardholders who verify a valid EBT (including WIC, TANF, or SNAP) or Medicaid (including Medi-Cal) card are eligible to receive Prime benefits at a discounted charge of $5.99 per month for a maximum of four years. To verify your EBT or Medicaid card and find more information about this offer, visit here.
Your Prime Membership may be subject to sales tax in some states.
If you didn't intend to continue your membership from a free trial to a paid membership, you can cancel your Amazon Prime membership on the Manage Prime Membership page. If you haven't used your Prime benefits, you are eligible for a full refund of your current membership period.
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