Amazon Household allows you to easily share Amazon digital content with your family using Family Library and manage profiles of children in the Household. Setting up a Household also allows Prime members to share select benefits of Prime with another adult.
Amazon Household can contain up to six members:
With Family Library, you can link two Amazon accounts and share eBooks, audiobooks, apps and games on your Kindle, other compatible Amazon devices, and media apps. Content from both adult accounts can also be shared with up to four child profiles. While sharing payment instruments is a requirement for adults to share digital content through Family Library, this is not required for an adult to whitelist digital content for child profiles in the household . Please see About Family Library for more information.
Note: Both adults must agree to share wallets (i.e. credit/debit cards) in order to share Family Library.
Eligible Prime benefits can only be shared between the two adults in a household. Customers who are Amazon Student Prime members (free trial or paid) or invited guests of other Prime members can't share their benefits. However, other types of Prime members can share eligible benefits with those types of members.
Select Prime benefits can only be shared between the two adults in a Household. Customers who are Amazon Student Prime members (free trial or paid) or invited guests of other Prime members can't share their benefits.
Note: Both adults must agree to share wallets (i.e. credit/debit cards) in order to share the Prime benefits listed below.
The following Prime benefits can be shared between the two adults in the Amazon Household:
The following Amazon Prime benefits can't be shared with adult members of Amazon Household:
For instructions on how to separate an account from a household, go to Remove an Adult from a Household.
To create or manage your household, please visit Manage Your Household.
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