Amazon offering $40 Prime subscriptions for veterans on Veteran’s Day

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PHOENIX – Amazon is offering vets and active military $40 off the first year of an Amazon Prime subscription until Nov. 11.

To take advantage of the order, you must be a verified U.S. veteran, Active Duty or Reserve or National Guard member.

The Prime membership will cost $79/year (normally $119/year) for the first year. All already discounted Prime members aren’t eligible for the promotion.

It will come with a free one or two-day shipping, Prime Video and Prime Music, and a ton of other perks including Whole Foods discounts and delivery.

For more information and to signup, visit Amazon.

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