To get Prime Access, upload an image of your eligibility letter or card to one of the following:
Select your qualifying government assistance program and upload a photo of your EBT card or eligibility letter.
Enter a payment method to use after your free trial ends.
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What is Prime Access?
Prime Access is offered to anyone receiving qualifying government assistance with a valid program ID or document to prove eligibility.
Is Prime Access different than the full price Prime membership?
No. Prime Access members enjoy every Prime benefit at a discounted rate of $6.99/month, which includes:
What qualifying documents do I need to provide to verify eligibility?
To qualify for Prime Access, please be prepared to upload one of nine forms of verification for any of the following government assistance programs: Supplemental Security Income (this is different from Social Security and SSDI), SNAP, Medicaid, Direct Express Debit Card (DE), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Women, Infants, and Children program (WIC), Tribal assistance eligibility letter (TTANF), or Puerto Rico's Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP).
If I don’t qualify for government assistance, what other Prime plans should I check out?
Not eligible for Prime Access? That’s OK. If you are a student, check out Prime Student or you can start a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.
Does Prime Access offer a free trial?
Yes. Before you begin paying $6.99/month for a monthly membership—if you’ve not qualified for a Prime membership in the last 12 months—you can sign up for a free 30-day trial. To sign up, your account must have a current, valid payment method. You can re-qualify for a free trial once every 12 months.
Can I share my Prime benefits with other household members?
Yes. Prime Access members can share certain benefits with other adults in their Amazon Household. Click here to learn more.
When will I be billed for my membership?
Once you’ve uploaded and verified your eligibility for Prime Access, you’ll enter your payment details. Then, you’ll begin your 30-day free trial. Once your free trial ends, we’ll automatically charge for the next membership period using the payment method you provided.
If I’m not satisfied, can I cancel anytime? Will I be refunded?
Yes. You can cancel your Prime Access membership at any time by visiting your account and updating your membership preferences. Paid members who haven’t used their benefits may be eligible for a full refund for the current membership period.
Can I sign up for Prime Access on my mobile phone?
Yes. Aside from qualifying on desktop, you can also sign up on a mobile web browser. However, you can not qualify directly on the Amazon shopping app.
What other programs make shopping on Amazon easier and more affordable for customers?
Amazon Access is a new hub for programs, discounts, and features that make shopping on Amazon easier and more affordable. Learn more about programs like paying with SNAP EBT, Amazon Layaway, and more.
You can sign up for Prime Access (a discounted Amazon Prime membership) if you are an EBT cardholder or qualify for select government assistance or discounts. You can enjoy free delivery, deals, and savings exclusively for Prime members and many more benefits. To be eligible for the deal of discounted Amazon Prime membership, please provide your eligibility verification for any of the following: Supplemental Security Income (this is different from Social Security and SSDI), SNAP, Medicaid, Direct Express Debit Card (DE), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Women, Infants, and Children program (WIC) or Tribal assistance eligibility letter (TTANF). Want to know how to upload eligibility proof? Select the button below and follow the on-screen instructions to verify your EBT card or other proof of qualifying government assistance.