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A Guide to Great Freebies on Amazon

 

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Who doesn’t like a great bargain, right?

I definitely hate paying for services and then after trying them, finding out that they don’t work for me and that my money was wasted on something useless.

If you are someone that loves freebies and free trials and doesn’t like wasting money here’s a list of things that you probably didn’t know that you can find for free on the Amazon website.

 

  1. Amazon Fresh

If you are someone that cares about their health and doesn’t have time to go grocery shopping this service delivers free produce for 30 days to your house.

You must be a Prime Member for access to Amazon Fresh.

Non-Prime Members signing up for Fresh Free Trial will simultaneously sign up for Prime Free Trial.

After the trial the cost of Amazon Fresh is $14.99 and that of Amazon Prime is $10.99 per month.

This offer is available only in the US metropolitan areas and not worldwide. On the site they said that the area coverage is growing but for now you should check with your zip code to see if the service is available in your area.

 

  1. Twitch Prime

For all gamers out there, Amazon is offering now a free month trial of Twitch.

 

  1. Amazon Music Unlimited

Amazon has recently launched a free 30 day trial to their music App that you can enjoy at home or on the go. You don’t have to be a Prime member to sign up for this offer.

After the trial it costs $9.90, but you can cancel before the trial ends if you didn’t enjoy it and you will not have to pay anything.

 

  1. Amazon Kindle Unlimited

How cool is to have a nice library of over 1 million books right on your fingertips? The good thing is that you can read an unlimited amount of books on any device and you don’t need to buy a kindle.

You can even listen to thousands of audio books for free.

 

  1. Amazon Prime 30 Day Trial

Now, you all know about this and maybe I didn’t need to include it on the list, but maybe some of you still haven’t taken advantage of this offer yet.

With the Amazon Prime 30 trial you can have free and two day shipping of most Amazon products that have the label Prime underneath. After the trial it costs $10.90 a month or $99 a year.

Amazon Prime for Students is 50% off the regular price after the first free month.

 

  1. Wedding Registry

Are you a soon to be bride trying to put together a wedding registry. This service is so great, has a vast selection of products and most importantly, it is free for a month. You even get a 10% discount if some of the items you wanted weren’t gifted to you after the trial has ended.

 

  1. HBO Free Trial

I will use this one for when Game of Thrones comes up as it is the only show that I watch on HBO. If you have other shows that you like, that are airing at the moment, you can take advantage of this great offer.

 

  1. Audible

A free 30 day trial where you can download two audio books from the large collection of books the Audible app and keep them forever.

 

  1. Baby Registry

Same as the wedding, now you can create a registry for the baby you are expecting. You will receive discounts

 

  1. Free Amazon Kindle Reading App

You can read books in any other device with this free app. This one is not a trial but you can keep it forever.

 

There are also other trials in the TV Show and Movie area like Amazon Channels, SHOWTIME, Amazon Prime Movies and TV Shows.

I hope you enjoyed my list of free trials of products found on the internet.

Please leave a comment below if you have tried any of them or wish to try in the future. Also, feel free to add other free stuff that you have used so far, that I didn’t include in this post.

 

 

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