The Washington Post is currently offering six free months of digital access to Amazon Prime members.
The offer is available for new subscribers. Normally, Washington Post subscriptions start at $9.99 per month.
This offer presumably stems from Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos’ purchase of the newspaper in 2013.
The free trial subscription is but one perk of an Amazon Prime membership, as we detailed in “8 Major Freebies and Discounts You Get With Amazon Prime.”
The standard Amazon Prime membership costs $99 per year — which is the cheaper option — or $10.99 per month. But a free 30-day trial is available. Just visit the main Prime page and click on the yellow “Start your 30-day Prime free trial” button.
The Prime Student membership costs 50 percent less, and a free six-month trial is available. Just visit the Prime Student page and click on the yellow “Start Your 6-Month Trial” button.
If you have a Prime membership and you want to take advantage of the Washington Post free trial, you’ll be able to use your Amazon log-in credentials to access the Washington Post site.
To learn more about saving money at Amazon, check out “10 Strategies to Save Big Bucks on Amazon.”
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